Merida Silex 9000 first ride review
Merida’s approach to the adventure/gravel genre stands out among the competition. The geometry steps away from the road-derived shapes we’ve become used to, opting for something more progressive. A short 80mm stem, a slack 71-degree head and steep 74-degree seat angles are shapes from the world of mountain bikes where the trend has been towards combining slacker head angles, longer frames and shorter stems. Canyon Grail first ride review Merida One-Forty 800 first ride Merida Silex 9000 spec overview Weight: 8.15kg (XL) Frame: Carbon Fork: Carbon Gears: SRAM Force 1 44, 10-42 Brakes: SRAM Force hydraulic disc Wheels: Fulcrum Red Passion 3 Tyres: Maxxis Razzo semi-slick 35mm Stem: Merida Bar: Alu compact drop bar Seatpost: Merida Carbon Team S-Flex Saddle: Prologo Scratch 2 Merida Silex 9000 frame and equipment The frame is designed to take up to 42mm tyres on 700c wheels or 2.2in tyres when combined with smaller 650b ...
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