- 96mm suspension travel
- 100mm suspension travel
- Remote lockout
- Remote lockout
- 720mm width
- 31.8mm diameter
- -17° stem angle
- 30.9mm diameter
- 0mm setback
- 50mm travel seatpost
- 34 teeth
- 10-50 teeth
- 12 speed
- 110x15mm width front hub
- 148x12mm width rear hub
- 21mm inner width
- 6 bolt
- Sram XD
weighed at frame size M (w/o pedals)
|ST seat tube [mm]||460||510||560|
|TT top tube [mm]||590||615||640|
|CS chain stay length [mm]||437||437||437|
|HTA head tube angle [°]||70||70||70|
|STA seat tube angle [°]||74.5||74.5||74.5|
|BD bottom bracked drop [mm]||40||40||40|
|HT head tube [mm]||100||115||130|
|FL fork length [mm]||503||503||503|
|R reach [mm]||429||449||468|
|S stack [mm]||589||603||617|
|WB wheel base [mm]||1118||1143||1168|
|SH stand over height [mm]||768||773||776|
|Body Height Cm||< 183||177 - 190||> 187|
Full carbon with the highest level of fibres and an EPS core optimising stiffness to weight performance and ‘Nano Matrix’ for additional impact resistance. ‘Smart Entry’ cable routing for rattle free running. Super stiff power transfer and agile handling provided by the tapered head tube, Boost axle standard and asymmetric chainstays.
Not just race proven by the MULTIVAN MERIDA BIKING TEAM in their final 2016 season but still competed on by living mountain bike legends like Gunn-Rita Dahle Flesjå and José Antonio Hermida who are looking for lightning fast acceleration, great climbing and descending ability as well as super low weight.
Rough trails and increased cornering speeds demand precise steering. Our tapered head tube with 1 1/8" bearings in the top and 1 1/2" at the base, combined with a tapered fork, allow this, giving the rider the confidence to push into the next corner that little bit harder.
Lightweight carbon or sophisticated aluminium frame options. Key differences, other than construction materials, are that the carbon frame has a lower weight and is equipped with an integrated seat post clamp to minimise turbulence at the top tube.
Cables, housings and brake hoses are clamped under tension to prevent rattling when the trail gets rough. All inlets are completely interchangeable to deal with Di2, hydraulic hoses, brake cable and gear cable housings etc.
Most models offer Boost technology at the front and rear. 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.