Cube Agree GTC SL review

We test out Cube's race-ready Agree GTC SL

Cycling Weekly Verdict

Top marks to Cube; the Agree GTC SL is a decent rig, and not just at this price point — it’s an all-round versatile bike that will suit many riders’ ability and ambitions. Cube may not have the team to race its latest showpiece, but it’s assured a place on the affordability podium.

Reasons to buy
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    Great all rounder

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Reasons to avoid
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    Not much

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It’s interesting to see how a brand like Cube maintains its place on the shop floor — and ultimately under riders.

Having a pro team gives a brand exposure and the opportunity to work with its team to produce new products. But Cube doesn’t have this presence, unlike its German counterparts Focus (Ag2r La Mondiale) and Canyon (Katusha and Movistar). Cube possesses a sterling reputation, though, for providing excellent value — as it has done with the Agree GTC SL.

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