frame size XXS, XS, S, S/M, M/L, L, XL, XXL
brake front Shimano MT-200
brake rear Shimano MT-200
brake lever Shimano MT-200
headset MERIDA M2341 Neck
  • 660mm width
  • 25mm rise
  • 31.8mm diameter
  • 17° stem angle
grip MERIDA Crossway Ergo
derailleur front Shimano M3000
derailleur rear Shimano Alivio
shifter front Shimano Altus
shifter rear Shimano Altus
  • 27.2mm diameter
  • 12mm setback
seat clamp Hollow Allen
saddle MERIDA Crossway Comfort
  • VPE-891
chain KMC M99
chainguard attached
  • 11-34 teeth
  • 9 speed
bottom braket FSA TH-7420ST Cartridge Bearing
  • 16mm inner width
  • 700x35C
  • wire bead
  • reflective stripe
  • 700x35C
  • wire bead
  • reflective stripe
  • 100x9mm width front hub
  • 32 spoke holes
  • Centerlock
  • 135x9mm width rear hub
  • 32 spoke holes
  • Centerlock
axle front joytech QR-216
spokes Black stainless
fender MERIDA 50 F9
kickstand K-Mount kickstand

weighed at frame size M/L (w/o pedals)

Bike Frame Geometry Image
Frame Size XXS XS S S/M M/L L XL XXL
Tire Sizes 28" 28" 28" 28" 28" 28" 28" 28"
Frame Size CM 41 44 46 48 52 55 58 61
ST seat tube [mm] 410 440 460 480 520 550 580 610
TT top tube [mm] 565 565 575 585 595 605 620 635
CS chain stay length [mm] 450 450 450 450 450 450 450 450
HTA head tube angle [°] 71 71 71.5 71.5 72 72 72 72.5
STA seat tube angle [°] 74 74 73.5 73.5 73.5 73 73 72.5
BD bottom bracked drop [mm] 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70
HT head tube [mm] 145 150 155 160 165 180 200 225
FL fork length [mm] 395 395 395 395 395 395 395 395
R reach [mm] 403 401 404 413 421 421 430 431
S stack [mm] 566 571 577 582 589 603 622 648
WB wheel base [mm] 1066 1066 1066 1076 1081 1086 1101 1105
SH stand over height [mm] 697 721 737 753 783 807 833 860


6061 double butted and technoformed aluminium frame with a cable channel underneath the down tube. A tapered head tube provides steering precision. Graceful lines with smooth welding. Equipped with mudguards and kickstand. Reflective decals for extra visibility.

Normally, wheels are attached with quick release hub axles for easy removal – essential for fast wheel changes in the Tour de France but not so desirable when leaving your bike in the city. All models feature security hub axles which are undone with a wrench.

All CROSSWAY URBAN models come with disc brakes; Disc brakes offer superior braking in all weathers compared to conventional rim brakes as the braking surface is positioned near the centre of the wheel awayfrom puddles and dirt.

The URBAN range comes complete with mudguards and a kickstand, so you are ready for anything the moment you leave the store.

All CROSSWAY 100 up to XT-EDITION models feature tyres with reflective strips on their sidewalls, improving visibility on the road.

The biggest difference between the two CROSSWAY families is the suspension. The URBAN range is equipped with a rigid fork which saves significant weight – on the CROSSWAY URBAN 500 and XT-EDITION, we use an even lighter carbon fork instead of the already lightweight aluminium fork. The URBAN range doesn’t require adjustable stems or suspension seat posts, again reducing weight.




Sometimes called ‘double pass welding’, a second pass over the weld gives a clean organic look to the frame. At first glance, you will be convinced it is carbon.


15-100 THRU-AXLE

Selected front forks use a 100 mm wide through axle 15 mm in diameter to increase lateral stiffness.



We use a minimum of 6061 aluminium. The pay back is that it’s possible to make lighter and more advanced frames. We use an additional heat treatment and double-butted wall thicknesses to produce light and stiff frames.



Technoforming is a mechanical forming process, shaping the tubes by using negative moulds, at times combined with an internal metal core. 



‘F-Mount’ equipped bikes have integrated fittings for mud guards (some bikes require model specific mud guards), making fitting fast and simple.



Integrated mount on the chainstay to fit a MERIDA kickstand (or any commercial kickstand).



‘C-Mount’ equipped bikes have the fixing points for a rear rack already integrated (some bikes require model specific rear rack), making fitting fast, simple and reliable. 



Mounting the disc brake caliper directly saves weight as we do away with the adapter and 2 additional bolts. With less parts, set-up and maintenance are easier.



Carbon forks provide superb vibration damping and precise steering. All road bikes feature a full carbon fork; the steerer and fork blades are all made of carbon.