|Fork||Rock Shox RL 27 15 SA100|
|Derailleur Rear||Sram XO1 11s|
|Shifters||SL GX 11SP TRIGGER BLK|
|Brakes||Sram Guide R Centerline 180 PM / Sram Guide R Centerline 160 PM [J]|
|Chainwheel||Sram S1000 32T (BB30)|
|Hubs||Bearing disc-15 / Bearing disc-12 11s|
|Rim||DT Swiss 466D-27|
|Freewheel||CS XG 1175 10-42|
|Tires||Continental Race-King 27.5 2.2 fold|
|Handlebar Stem||MERIDA pro Carbon OS 5|
|Handlebar||MERIDA pro OS 700 R12|
|Headset||FSA No.55 EP|
|Seat Post||MERIDA carbon H SB15 27.2|
|Saddle||Prologo Kappa 3|
|Head Tube Angle||70.5||71||71||71||71.5|
|Seat Tube Angle||73.5||73||73||73||73|
|Bottom Bracket Drop||45||45||45||45||45|
|Head Tube Length||100||107||117||125||125|
|Stand Over Height||738||781||808||850||880|
NANO-particles reinforce the epoxy-based matrix structure - for up to 40% improved hit-resitance.
External butted head-tube with huge dimensioned 1.5” lower head-set and matching taper-steerer fork.
Device to lock the suspension (fork and/or rear-shock) through switching a cable actuated lever, being mounted at the handlebar.
12mm thru-axle with 142 drop-out width: Increased stiffness and perfect disc-rotor position, no tools required for wheel disassembling.
Brake or shifting-cables routed internally through the frame’s tubes. Clean and improved outlook, wi
Special shaped seat- and/or chain-stays improve vibration-damping and create noticeable comfort.
Maximum comfort even at the rigid rear stays and forks of MTB hardtails or carbon road machines: Additional flax fibres in the carbon structure of the seat and/or chain stays and/or fork blades reduce high-frequency vibrations.
Anti Wrinkle System – through three dimensional shaped silicone inserts, which will be removed after the manufacturing process, the internal surface of the carbon monocoque gets significantly improved. Less wrinkles create higher stiffness and improve durability.
“Chain Stay Post Mount Disc” – this technology is the result of three findings. First, a brake mount positioned within the frame triangle optimally protects the brake from external influences. Second, the caliper is supported by the chain stay and is therefore able to distribute the occurring physical forces in an ideal way. Third, internally routed cables can reach the brake neatly from the chain stay.