35% off Cube Touring Hybrid EXC 500 2019 eBike

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BUY NOW AT £1690

This comfy commuter eBike has pannier racks, lights and mudguards, making it ready to go.

Cube Touring Hybrid EXC 500 2019 eBike
£1690.00
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If you head over the channel to Holland, you’ll see a lot of this style of bike. 

62% off Team Sky Castelli Gabba 3 Cycling Jersey

A relaxed hybrid bike is the commuter bike of choice for heading to work in normal clothes.

33% off Prime Primavera Carbon Saddle

We really like an eBike for commuting though. Having a helping hand makes the hills that surround Bath easy to ascend.

26% off Trek Emonda SL 6 Disc 2019 Carbon Road Bike

This Cube comes with a Bosch Active Plus G3 250W motor and a Bosch PowerPack battery.

55% off 54 Degree Cycling Kit

The features that make this perfectly suited to commuters are the full-length mudguards, rear rack and lights that all come with the bike as standard.

29% off Elite Direto-X Direct Drive Smart Trainer

This means that you’ll be ready to go as soon as the bike comes out of the box.

Cube Touring Hybrid EXC 500 2019 eBike
£1690.00
Commerce content is independent of editorial, and Farrelly Atkinson earns commission from promoted products

About Cube

The Cube story starts in Germany back in 1993. To help fund his studies at University, bike-mad Marcus Pürner started importing frames from the Far East and assembled bikes in the corner of his parents’ furniture factory – Cube Bikes was born. From the factory in Waldershof, the company has grown into a major bike manufacturer. Originally an MTB brand, Cube now exports a range of bikes to 34 countries across the world, including Cube hybrid bikes, while still staying true to its MTB heritage. The company is also proud sponsors of the Belgium Pro Continental team, Wanty-Groupe Gobert and the Cube Action Team.

About Evans Cycles

In 1921, the first shop of F.W. Evans Cycles opened on the Kennington Road in south-east London. The 1950s saw Evans become a cycle-specific retailer and the company grew over the next 40 years before, in the 1990s, the Evans Cycles Mail Order catalogue was launched, enabling Evans Cycles to supply a wider range of products to a much larger audience. This required the opening of a central distribution centre in Leatherhead, Surrey from where the first version of the Evans Cycles website was launched.

The company now offers a range of services like click and collect, harnessing its network of local Evans stores. The brand also runs a range of Ride It events across the UK and offers a number of schemes relating to the government’s Cycle to Work scheme, promoting cycling through tax incentives on the cost of a new bike. 

Evans also has a number of in-house brands such as Pinnacle and FWE while also working in collaboration with Olympic champion Sir Chris Hoy to launch HOY Bikes.

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