Big Nine 100
|Colors||matt black (grey/signal red)|
|Fork||Suntour XCM 100mm travel with lockout|
|Derailleur||Shimano M3000 / Alivio|
|Shifters||Shimano Altus rapidfire|
|Brake Lever||Tektro Auriga|
|Brakes||Tektro Auriga hydraulic disc brakes - 180/160mm rotors|
|Chainwheel||SR Suntour XCM 40-30-22|
|Hubs||Alloy quick release|
|Rim||Merida Big Nine Comp D|
|Freewheel||Shimano HG200 11-34|
|Tires||Maxxis Ikon 2.2" Kevlar bead|
|Handlebar Stem||Merida Comp - oversize clamp - 6 degree|
|Handlebar||Merida Pro oversize clamp - 680mm wide - 12mm rise|
|Headset||BC OV Hset|
|Seat Post||Merida Comp - 12mm lay back|
|Saddle||Merida Sport 5|
|Pedal||XC Pro alloy|
|Head Tube Angle||70||70||70.5||70.5|
|Seat Tube Angle||72||72||72||72|
|Bottom Bracket Drop||60||60||60||60|
|Head Tube Length||100||110||120||130|
|Stand Over Height||697||748||783||821|
Aluminium is, based on its characteristics, like for example low weight, still a highly popular frame material. Through the mechanical shaping process TFS, modern, three dimensional shapes can be realised. The material used: Racelite 6061. Contrary to HFS (’Hydro Forming System’) we use TFS already on entry level frames to improve appearance and functionality.
Specifically designed brake disc dropout at aluminium frames with inte- grated mounting possibility for HEBIE rear stay kickstands. For optimum torsion stiffness also during tough braking – a perceptible safety plus!
A superbly solid and light alloy originally from the aerospace sector. MERIDA subjects this aluminium to an additional heat treatment. Thanks to double-butted wall thicknesses, it perfectly lends itself to the production of light and stiff frames.
Elaborately shaped frame designs with special inlets and outlets for internally routed brake and/or shifter cables. “Clean” in a double sense: The bike looks uncluttered while the cables are protected effectively from moisture and dirt.
The suspension fork and/or the shock unit of your MERIDA bike can be locked directly by moving a lever. This provides an optimum setup e. g. for rides on bumpy surfaces or for powerful sprints – not only during steeper uphill passages!