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Merida Mountain Bikes

From road bikes to mountain bikes, hybrids, and e-bikes, Taiwanese-based bicycle manufacturer Merida covers all types. The company was formed in the 1970s after its founder, Ike Tseng, saw a note outside a U.S. bicycle shop stating that no Taiwanese bikes would be repaired due to their bad quality. His vision was to rectify this and create beautiful, high-quality bicycles that would help anyone reach their destination in an enjoyable manner. Today, they are one of the world's leading bicycle manufacturers and sponsor pro-cycling teams around the world.

Mountain Bike Hardtails

Merida bicycles include the durable Hardtails that feature a TFS alloy carbon frame designed with aerodynamics in mind. Its top-of-the-line Big.Nine Team frame weighs in at just 900 grams in a medium model and features Boost wheel spacing for increased tyre clearance and shorter rear ends. For a real all-mountain thrashing, opt for the Big.Trail Hardtail with its impressive build kit.

Nano Matrix Carbon

As carbon mountain bikes are often subject to an incredible amount of strain, Merida has enriched its carbon mats with nano particles to help strengthen the epoxy resin matrix. It's claimed to increase the impact resistance of its bicycle frames by up to 40 per cent and features on all of its high-end models since 2014.

Flex Stay Seats

Merida's Flex Stay seat and chainstays are designed to help absorb surface bumps and reduce vibrations. While many road bikes and mountain bikes lack a rear suspension system to keep frame weights down, those that do often have rigid rear stays that transmit shock directly to riders, which inevitably affect their performance.


In addition to Merida road racing bicycles and mountain bikes, it also produces e-bikes in Performance, Sport, and Active models. This enables users to select an e-bike that suits their activity levels and cycling requirements, just as you would consider when purchasing a regular bicycle.

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