2020 Merida Big Seven 200 Gloss Green with Black
The Merida Big Nine and Big Seven models are available in a wide range of spec levels, from the recreational to the cross-country race machine. The Big Seven 200 is a build perfect for touring and endurance riding, quality specs and an affordable price also make this a great everyday ride. Rolling on fast 27.5’’ wheels and built around a 6061 double butted and technoformed aluminium frame with relaxed geometry that offers a more comfortable, upright riding position while also improving trail visibility. The Shimano drivetrain and Hydraulic disc brakes provide reliable quality and optimal stopping performance in adverse weather conditions while the 100mm travel lockout front suspension provides a plusher ride when things get bumpy. Cables are internally routed and clamped under tension offering a clean aesthetic while also preventing rattling, the smart entry downtube exit design offers ease of servicing. Coming out of the box with integrated mounts for fenders, carrier racks and kickstands this versatile build is fully customizable making it an excellent option for the rider looking for a do-it-all hardtail with modern geometry and reliable performance.
Approx.* rider height range: Extra Small: 4’10’’ – 5’3’’, Small: 5’2’’ – 5’6’’, Medium: 5’5’’ – 5’10’’, Large: 5’8’’– 6’0’’. Please note this range is a recommendation and should be used as a guide only. To ensure your best fit feel free to pop instore or contact our friendly web team.
|Frame Sizes (INCH)||13.5/XS||15/S||17.5/M||19/L|
|Rider Height* (CM)||<163||157-173||167-183||>177|
|Top Tube (MM)||550||570||590||610|
|Seat Tube (MM)||340||380||440||480|
|Chain Stays (MM)||430||430||430||430|
|Head Tube Angle (°)||69||69||69||69|
|Seat Tube Angle (°)||73||73||73||73|
|Bottom Bracket Drop (MM)||30||30||30||30|
|Head Tube (MM)||100||115||130||145|
|Fork Length (MM)||487||487||487||487|
|Wheel Base (MM)||1056||1078||1099||1120|
|Stand Over Height (MM)||649||689||740||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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