Although patterns cross country have always been the reference point of Merida, the brand, perfectly with the market trend, it is also dedicated to the construction of models with several millimeters of excursion. To inaugurate a new era in Taiwan has introduced a brand new range of full suspension. The One Sixty represents a major innovation for the 2013 of Merida-Bikes. With 160mm of rear wheel travel is dedicated to this new enduro bike.
The new bike is basa sull'ipercollaudata technology VPK (Virtual Pivot Kinematic), in order to obtain the best performance in descent without sacrificing the comfort uphill. Last year at’Euro Bike, in Germany, Taiwan had already introduced the brand new about the bike down to the more directed to go by the name of United Merida Freeride (FC). The UMF Freddy was in fact the starting point from which to develop the new enduro model that will eventually be released next year. With the introduction of this One Sixty in all probability will disappear the brand FC since it would make more sense to continue to differentiate the models of mountain bikes for millimeters of excursion.
Among the main features of this Merida One Sixty definitely the passage of cables internal to the aluminum frame. Backgauge 142x12mm thru-axle and geometries specially designed for all-mountain. Three models are available for different mounting more or less economic.
In tune with the One Sixty which is most suitable for the smaller enduro Forty-One could be the choice of those riders who prefer a lighter bike with less mm of travel. The walk to the rear wheel of this model is increasingly managed by 145mm suspension VPK. Also Merida offer its customers the ability to configure the Forty-One depending on your preferences allow you to change the rear travel from 140mm up to 150mm.
As for the world of twenty-nine inches, Merida presents Big Ninety Nine. Unlike previous models, Aluminium, This bike has a carbon fiber chassis and aluminum carriage. One hundred millimeters of rear wheel travel and three different models for 2013.
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