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For sale 2016 Cube GTC Attain Disc SL in size 56 cm with power meter and other upgrades

Endurance road bike with carbon frame
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110,000 ¥ plus shipping from Sendai (about 8,000 ¥)

I’m selling my endurance road, because I have upgraded to a new bike. If you are only interested in the specs and the goodies I will put in the box for free, skip the next few paragraphs. But the tl;dr is that this is a solid mid-range endurance carbon road bike from the German brand Cube with disc brakes. Oil the chain, stay on top of the consumables, and this will be your faithful companion on the road for years.

I bought it from @Chuck on this forum for 160,000 ¥ plus shipping in 2018, and it has served me well. It has been used very regularly (have a look at my Strava profile, most of it are TrainerRoad workouts), but I have given it regular TLC. I’m asking for 110,000 ¥ plus shipping, because I have upgraded it with a 4iiii power meter (about 35,000 ¥), a Fizik saddle with carbon rails (24,000 ¥) and 3T handlebars (11,000 ¥). Plus, I am including goodies like a little used DuraAce chain (I wax my chains and alternate them) and two sets of brake pads. This alone adds about 10,000 ¥ in value. It has been serviced regularly by Endō-san from Belle Equipe, a former world tour pro team mechanic who owns one of the two best bike shops in Sendai. The inner and outer cables have last been replaced last fall, for example, as part of the regular maintenance schedule.

I have never crashed with the bike, although there are some cosmetic signs of wear. For example, the clear coat has worn off where the legs touch the top tube, and the decorative yellow stripe has rubbed off. There is some surface corrosion on the shifters and some of the screws. The only mechanical issue I had was rust inside the shift levers, but this was fixed by Endō-san. Never had a problem since.

If you want, I can include some spare parts for free, e. g. two sets of Shimano brake pads, because I no longer need them — my new bike has a SRAM 12-speed groupset. As is common, pedals are not included.

  • 56 cm frame
  • 2016 model year, bought in 2017
  • Carbon frame with endurance geometry
  • Frame supports all the latest standards (through axles, disc brakes, at least 28 mm tires, etc.)
  • Ultegra crank, front and rear derailleurs
  • 105-level shifters, brakes and brake discs
  • 50/34 compact crank (172.5 mm)
  • 11-32 SRAM Force cassette
  • DT Swiss R24 wheels
  • 9.0 kg wet weight (with Ultegra pedals, which are not included)

  • 28 mm Vittoria Corsa Control tires
  • 4iiii single-sided crank-based power meter
  • Fizik Arione R1 saddle with carbon rails
  • 3T Ergonova Pro aluminum handlebars (42 cm)
  • SRAM Force 11-32 cassette
  • 110 mm Deda stem
  • 2 bottle cages (red, makes the bike 10 % faster )
  • DuraAce chain, treated with Molten Speedwax
  • Knog bell

  • 2 sets of Shimano brake pads
  • 1 DuraAce chain (waxed and changed periodically)
  • 1 new black bottle cage (still in packaging)
  • 1 black bottle cage (little used)
  • 1 left Ultegra crank arm (the power meter came with a crank arm)
  • 11-32 Shimano Ultegra cassette (from indoor trainer)
  • 2 x bleed blocks
  • 2 x red Shimano disc brake shims
  • Original Cube handlebars
  • Used 28 mm Vittoria Corsa tires


Latest questions

What is the maximum tyre width? Will it take 32 mm tyres? Thanks.
One member found this helpful.
32 mm should not be an issue in the front, there is plenty of clearance in the form. In the rear it looks tighter. I reckon you can fit 30 mm in the rear, but I am not sure if debris would get stuck with 32 mm wide tires.

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