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2019 Merida One Forty 400 Copper
More capable than the One Twenty but more agile than the One Sixty, the Merida One Forty combines the latest design thinking built into a superlight alloy frame, Merida’s latest grade of aluminium (6016) enables super thin wall thicknesses whilst delivering amazing strength, ideal for demanding off-road riding and racing. This frame is packed with intelligent design features, moulded with a hydroforming system enabling the formation of complex ergonomic shapes. Smooth double pass welding gives a clean organic look to the frame with a first glance appearance you’d think its Carbon! The float link rear shock mount moves with the system to deliver sensitive response characteristics. Internally routed with Merida’s smart entry system but with a down tube exit this Bike looks neat and cables stay clean and tight while still being easily accessible for servicing. This is a mountain munching beast with excellent pedalling efficiency, outstanding suspension and playful agile handling.
|Top Tube (TT)||572.4||596||619.7||643.4|
|Seat Tube (ST)||410||435||475||515|
|Chain Stays (CS)||435||435||435||435|
|Head Tube Angle (HTA)||66.3||66.3||66.3||66.3|
|Seat Tube Angle (STA)||75||75||75||75|
|Bottom Bracket Drop (BD)||21||21||21||21|
|Head Tube (HT)||95||110||125||140|
|Fork Length (FO)||542||542||542||542|
|Wheel Base (WB)||1144||1170||1194||1222|
|Stand Over Height (SH)||708||723||750||778|
Use our size guide to see which size you need.
Disclamer: Height is a good general guideline to discover the appropriately sized frame, but bear in mind that it is only the first part of the bike fitting process; please also note that your inseam length and arm length will play a big part in your overall comfort. Other factors to consider are your torso length, lower back and hip flexibility, preferred riding position, core muscle strength, and experience with riding. All of our Bike Barn stores are qualified to help perform a bike fitting for you - stop in for a checkup if you are looking to upgrade your comfort level!
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