We spotted Andreas Raelert on the Queen K riding a new rig, no logos, no sponsor info on his jersey. But Raelert is unmistakable with or without his race kit, so we knew something was up. This is possibly a new Cube bike. If so, it may be sporting Omega X brakes under those covers. But we don't have any logos to confirm, so this is just speculation for now. The bike looks like a pretty straightforward double-diamond design, but oddly has a cutout BEHIND the head tube, there's a little hole in the frame, no idea why.

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