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|Chainwheel:||SR XCR 48-36-26 teeth 170 mm-XXS/XS/S, 175 mm-M/XL|
|Colour (text):||METALLIC BLACK (GREY)|
|Crankset:||170 mm-XXS/XS/S, 175 mm-M/XL|
|Derailleur rear:||Shimano Alivio|
|Fork:||Suntour NEX HLO Coil 63mm suspension travel Lockout|
|Frame:||CROSSWAY TFS material: aluminium 700C wheelsize 135x9mm axle standard BSA bottom bracket standard|
|Freewheel:||Shimano HG200 11-34 teeth 9 speed|
|Grip:||MERIDA EXPERT EC|
|Handlebar:||MERIDA COMP CC material: aluminium 660mm width 25mm rise|
|Handlebar stem:||MERIDA COMP TK material: aluminium 31.8mm diameter adjustable 80 mm-XXS/XS/S, 90 mm-M/L, 100 mm-XL|
|Headset:||MERIDA M2346 Neck|
|Hubs:||FRONT: Shimano TX505 100x9mm width front hub 32 spoke holes Centerlock / REAR: Shimano TX505 135x9mm width rear hub 32 spoke holes Centerlock|
|Rim:||MERIDA COMP TK 20mm inner width 17mm height material: aluminium|
|Rotor front:||Shimano RT10 160 mm|
|Rotor rear:||Shimano RT10 160 mm|
|Saddle:||MERIDA Cross Sport|
|Seat clamp:||MERIDA EXPERT|
|Seat post:||MERIDA TK 30.9mm diameter 10mm setback 40mm seatpost suspension travel|
|Weight:||14.22 kg weighed at frame size M without pedals|
Merida Crossway Bike Sizing Chart
Merida is an international bike brand with its headquarters in Taiwan, the R&D department is based near Stuttgart in Germany. To be based in Germany has historical reasons for MERIDA but the precise location was chosen specifically because the region around Stuttgart is one of the hot spots of the automotive and machine building industry which Germany is famous for and attracts a hugely skilled design and engineer labor force.
The Merida team are more than just highly trained and experienced bicycle creators – they simply love everything ‘bike’. Most of their R&D staff are daily bike commuters while others are serious mountain bikers, who regularly compete in Marathon, Enduro and Downhill competitions, or licensed road racers and even ambitious Ironman triathletes. Get the behind the scenes view of the Merida R&D centre and meet some of their key members of staff in the below video.