How big is a Merida One Five O trail bike?
Merida’s One-Five-O 880-D has been tweaked for 2009 and this six-inch travel trail bike is now the equivalent of a butcher, not a surgeon, which really comes into its own on the way back down. For a big 150mm (5.9in) travel bike, the Merida doesn’t mind climbing – it’s just not especially good at it.
What kind of brake system does Merida have?
Merida have utilised what they call their HFS hydroforming technology throughout the bike’s alloy frame. The tubes are all concave in proﬁle along with a bulging oversize head tube for increased weld area for the top and down tubes. New for ’09 is the ﬂoating disc brake mount system.
What’s the fork spacing on a Merida 400?
The shallower axle standard of 110 mm (front) and 148 mm (rear) allows for a wider spoke angle, resulting in a stiffer and stronger wheel, hugely beneficial on these bikes given the impacts they endure. The BIG.TRAIL 200 has 100 mm fork spacing. Our X-Tapered headtube offers the space for a tapered fork to be fitted.
What kind of brakes does Merida one five 0 have?
The top-of-the-range £2749.99 One-Five-0 3800-D has a hydroformed aluminium frame, Fox 36 Talas RL fork and RP23 shock, Magura Louise brakes and Shimano XT drivetrain, while the £1899.99 One-Five-0 880-D has a Rock Shox Domain 302 fork, X-Fusion 02 RL shock, Hayes Stroker brakes and Shimano SLX.
Where did Merida unveil their new range of bikes?
The Taiwanese firm unveiled its new stable of mountain, road, cyclo-cross, track and commuting bikes at the Ashton Court Estate in Bristol, England. With a total of more than 70 models covering everything from World Cup racers to children’s bikes, the company seems determined to make waves in the British market.
What kind of seattays does Merida HFS 1000-d have?
Merida Ninety-Six HFS 1000-D has a hydroformed aluminium frame with carbon seatstays. (Image credit: Merida) Carbon seatstays help Merida’s Ninety-Six HFS 1000-D get down to just 12kg. (Image credit: Merida) The Merida One-Five-O 3800-D features a hydroformed aluminium frame. (Image credit: Merida) Merida’s One-Five-O 3800-D has a Fox RP23 shock.