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    • 120mm suspension travel
    • material: aluminium
    • 29x2.35" max. wheelsize
    • 148x12mm axle standard
    • BB92 bottom bracket standard
    frame size S, M, L, XL
    • Air
    • 130mm suspension travel
    • Tapered
    • 44mm fork offset
    • 29x2.6" max. wheelsize
    shifter front Shimano SL -MT500-IL
    shifter rear Shimano Deore M6100
    • 32 teeth
    • 170 mm-S, 175 mm-M up
    chain KMC X12
    crank 170 mm-S, 175 mm-M up
    • 110x15mm width front hub
    • 32 spoke holes
    • Centerlock
    • 148x12mm width rear hub
    • 32 spoke holes
    • Centerlock
    • 29mm inner width
    • material: aluminium
    • Tubeless ready (tubeless tape and valves not included)
    • 10-51 teeth
    • 12 speed
    • 29x2.35"
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    • TR EXO Dual
    • 29x2.35"
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    • TR EXO Dual
    spokes Double Butted Black stainless
    • material: aluminium
    • 35mm diameter
    • 0° stem angle
    • 50 mm all sizes
    • material: aluminium
    • 760mm width
    • 20mm rise
    headset FSA NO.47/50
    • 30.9mm diameter
    • 0mm setback
    • S: 100mm travel seatpost - M: 125mm travel seatpost - L/XL: 150mm travel seatpost
    saddle MERIDA COMP CC

    weighed with 29" wheels and at frame size L, without pedals

    max. weight 135 kg
    Bike Frame Geometry Image
    Frame Size S S M M L XL
    Tyre Sizes 27.5" 29" 27.5" 29" 29" 29"
    ST seat tube [mm] 400 400 440 440 480 520
    TT top tube [mm] 571 572 593 592 614 637
    CS chain stay length [mm] 430 435 430 435 435 435
    HTA head tube angle [°] 66.8 67.3 66.8 67.3 67.3 67.3
    STA seat tube angle [°] 75 75.5 75 75.5 75.5 75.5
    BD bottom bracked drop [mm] 21 40 21 40 40 40
    HT head tube [mm] 105 95 115 95 105 115
    FL fork length [mm] 522 541 522 541 541 541
    R reach [mm] 415 415 435 435 455 475
    S stack [mm] 581 607 590 607 616 626
    WB wheel base [mm] 1130 1141 1154 1161 1185 1208
    SH stand over height [mm] 698 707 726 730 759 787
    No. Item-No. Name Info Pieces Torque NM
    1 2294001180 WASHER 1
    2 2294004882 WASHER 1
    3 2221002191 BEARING 3802V-2RD 24D*15D*7W 1
    4 2221002340 BEARING 172607V 26D*17D*7W 1
    5 2300012907 SCREW 1 18
    6 2300012899 BOLT 1
    7 2300013812 SCREW 1 12
    8 2300013801 BOLT 1
    9 2294004633 WASHER 2
    10 ROCKER 1
    11 ROCKER 1
    12 2221002254 BEARING 6800V2RS 19D*10D*5W 2
    13 2300012918 SCREW 2
    14 2221002265 BEARING 6801V-2RS 21D*12D*5W 6
    15 2300012952 SCREW 1 14
    16 2300012941 BOLT 1
    17 2294002255 WASHER 6
    18 2294004956 WASHER 4
    19 2300013254 SCREW 4 14
    20 2300013265 BOLT 4
    21 2311004928 DROPOUT DH-053 1
    22 2300009458 SCREW 2 4
    23 2300005272 SCREW 1 5
    24 2258003812 CABLE GUIDE 2
    25 2258003867 CABLE GUIDE 1
    26 2300012253 SCREW 1
    27 2300011412 SCREW 2 4

    To reduce production and delivery times, we are sometimes forced to make last-minute specification changes. Please be aware that those changes might not be reflected on these product pages and images.


    Selected bolts can be tightened via a TORX 30 key from just one side, without running the risk that the opposite side slips or turns, allowing faster and more straightforward tightening of important hardware components.

    A trunnion mount shock gives our frame designers more flexibility by using a shorter shock with increased stroke. Combined with the ball bearing bushing of the upper mount, shock sensitivity is increased, and the suspension performance can be perfectly tuned.

    A dropper post is allowing the rider to get the saddle out of the way when the gradient gets steeper, giving him/her more space to manoeuver and control over their bike. The fitted dropper posts featuring internal cable routing and remote levers, creating a cleaner look and allowing easier ‘on the go’ saddle height adjustment.

    The 'classic' ONE-TWENTY has a very low stand over height, giving the rider ample space to manoeuvre when the terrain demands it. The slack head angle and short chainstays give the bike a playful character while offering the perfect compromise between being a great climber and an agile trail bike.


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    When creating high-end aluminium frames, we use our proven PROLITE 66 (6066) aluminium, as it is incredibly light and durable. In addition, it works exceptionally well with our hydroforming technology, allowing us to create complex shapes, featuring triple butted wall thicknesses, an almost carbon-like appearance and the best possible stiffness-to-weight ratio. While lesser alloys might be cheaper, it is the ideal choice for high-performance bicycle frames.

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    Steering precision is vital to safe and confident handling, and the X-TAPER HEADTUBE allows us to significantly boost this precision. A larger headset diameter at the bottom paired with a smaller one at the top helps to deal with the strains modern riding and equipment can put on the headtube, all without adding unnecessary weight. It allows tapered forks to be fitted with ease and delivers precise and confidence-inspiring steering.

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    This is a process we use to give a nice flat finish to our welds instead of the scaled, 'stack of coins' effect TIG welded joints often have. The welder uses the welding torch to go over the joint twice, helping to smooth out the filler material. It takes a lot of skill to do this, but it delivers strong and smart-looking frames that have the appearance of a carbon fibre frame at first look.

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    On the majority of our frames, we run the gear and brake cables and hoses through the frame. The cables enter and exit the frame through smooth sockets, or we use one of our other systems like SMART ENTRY or WIRE PORT to be routed through. Running the cables inside the frame protects them from the elements, gives a clean and neat look and can offer aerodynamic advantages.

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    DOWN TUBE EXIT is a feature seen on some of our frames with internally routed cables. By slightly overlapping the downtube where it connects to the bottom bracket, it leaves a small space that allows cables to exit easily. This means they are easily accessible for routine maintenance or replacement, but it prevents excessive movement and noise that can cause wear and distraction.

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    Many of our frames offer internal cable routing, where the gear and brake cables are run through the frame for maximum protection and a clean look. Some internally run cables can rattle when riding over uneven surfaces, but our SMART ENTRY system prevents this from happening. Cables, housings and brake hoses are clamped under tension to prevent noisy cable movement. All inlets are completely interchangeable to deal with any kind of cable or wire.

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    Shimano's Di2 electronic shifting system offers fast, smooth and reliable shifting. In particular, in the road world, it has proven itself as the primary choice when top performance is at the top of the agenda. With that in mind, we have a broad selection of performance road frames that are Di2 READY and can accommodate the electrical cable, battery and other little tweaks that the system requires.

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    A suspension system where the lower shock mount moves as well as the upper link, giving a supple and sensitive feel over bumps. This system allows our engineers to precisely manipulate the leverage ratio, giving ultimate control of the progression of the suspension so that a FLOAT LINK rear suspension system feels like it offers more wheel travel than the numbers alone suggest.

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    This system means you only need a single tool to tighten important bolts, making it easy to secure them while out on the trail and also making routine maintenance faster and simpler. The bolts have a specially shaped head on one end that fits into a matching recess in the frame, preventing rotation. That means there is no hardware bonded into the frame itself, so damaged threads or bolts can be easily replaced.

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