Cube Bikes

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GmbH & Co. KG
IndustryBicycle Manufacturing
HeadquartersWaldershof, Germany
Key people
Marcus Pürner (Founder)
ProductsBicycles and Related Components
Number of employees
450 (2016)

CUBE is a German bicycle manufacturer that produces many types of bike, but is best known for its mountain bikes.


The company was founded 1993 by the former student Marcus Pürner, who began with an area of 50 m² in his father's furniture factory in Waldershof, Germany.[1] The company has expanded its production area to 55,000 m²[2] and sells to more than 60 countries all over the world.

Cube bikes are a fixture on the 2017 Tour de France and 2018 Tour de France with the Belgian UCI Professional Continental team Wanty–Groupe Gobert.


The current product range consists of various types of mountainbikes, road bikes, cross bikes, triathlon bikes, e-bikes as well as trekking bikes. Ergonomically fitted women´s bikes, bikes for kids, wear and accessories complete the product line-up.

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