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Merida Ride Juliet 100

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Merida Ride Juliet 300

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SPEEDER
A ROAD BIKE WITH FLAT BARS? YES INDEED!

The world is flat – at least for fans of the MERIDA SPEEDER. High speed, zippiness and agility on narrow, smoothly rolling 700c tires is not reserved only for those who want to conquer the road with drop handlebars in their hands.

Each bicycle in the 2016 SPEEDER family is nothing more and nothing less than a true road bike with straight handlebars. It doesn't matter if the bicycle has a heart of ultra-light carbon fiber or is built of lightweight and robust aluminum: anyone who says the word “SPEEDER” is thinking of fun paired with speed – and practicality that is higher than that of usual road bikes. In addition to the proven aluminum versions, with their downright suitability for daily commutes to the office, extensive training sessions, or relaxing leisure trips, the carbon versions starting with the 2016 models are even more sporty. They share their stiff but extremely comfortable frame with the brand-new CYCLO CROSS and rely on its strengths: disc brakes and a 15 mm through axle on the carbon fork (which is also new) ensure maximum precision while braking and maneuvering; furthermore, due to its 12 mm through axle, the rear wheel is perfectly aligned with the rear disc brake at all times. Internal cables (depending on model version), 28 mm wide tires with moderate profiles and the possibility of attaching fenders, a kickstand, and/or a bike rack (depending on model version) mark the SPEEDER as an overall concept that knows better than any other how to make everyday life extremely sporty.

SPEEDER 500

COLOR matt black (green/white)
FRAME SIZES 47cm50cm52cm54cm56cm59cm
FRAME SPEEDER LITE
FORK Speeder BC crabon straight disc
DERAILLEUR FRONT Shimano Ultegra D
DERAILLEUR REAR Shimano Ultegra SS
SHIFTERS Shimano SL-RS700 / Shimano SL-RS700 11
BRAKES Shimano T445 160 cen
CHAINWHEEL FSA Gossamer 50-34 Mega (BSA)
CHAIN KMC X11
HUBS Formula Centerlock / Formula Centerlock casette 11
RIM Merida comp 22 disc
FREEWHEEL Shimano CS-5800-11 11-28
TIRES Maxxis Detonator 28 60 fold
SPOKES Black stainless
HANDLEBAR STEM MERIDA pro Carbon OS 5
HANDLEBAR MERIDA pro OS 600 Flat
HEADSET FSA BB410P/55E
SEAT POST MERIDA carbon H SB15 27.2
SADDLE Merida Sport 5
PEDAL XC pro alloy
WEIGHT 9.80 kg
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Merida's New XC Bikes

Merida chose the second round of the World Cup cross-country series in Albstadt, Germany, to debut two new bikes, one of which is a completely redesigned carbon fiber cross-country hardtail that can be had with either 29'' or 27.5'' wheels. Merida says that a medium-sized Big.Nine frame (29'' wheels) weighs 1,004 grams with all the fixings (hanger, axle, frame guards, etc...) and that the Big.Nine Team complete bike comes in at about 8.5kg (18.73lbs) right off the shelf. Any guesses as to what the 27.5'' model is called? Yup, the Big.Seven.

Riders who still use a front derailleur will have to give it up if they want to ride a Big.Nine or Big.Seven as neither are compatible with anything other than a single-ring drivetrain. Then again, I suspect that most potential owners of a 1,000-gram frame made for cross-country racing won't blink at this fact.

Merida - 2017 XC and Plus Hardtail bikes
Merida - 2017 XC and Plus Hardtail bikes

Like a few other hardtails out there, the Big.Nine and Big.Seven both have a small degree of flex designed into their rear-end, with Merida saying that their flat seatstays act as a spring of sorts in tandem with the bike's Flex Stay chainstays. It's not suspension, of course, but it's probably more forgiving than large diameter carbon tubes. Further helping matters is Merida's own seatpost that's also designed to flex and add a small degree of comfort.

Other noteworthy details include the company's internal cable routing system that sees the lines clamped gently within the bottom bracket shell to keep them from rattling or being tugged into or out of the frame, with both the shift and brake lines running right into the chainstays before exiting near the back of the bike. Smooth lines and protection, for sure, but I'd want to have a go at routing them before calling it an easy job.

And somewhat humorously, Merida says that the bike's downtube has been aerodynamically optimized using a CFD simulation program. No excuses during that next time-trial, then.
Merida - 2017 XC and Plus Hardtail bikes

Merida - 2017 XC and Plus Hardtail bikes
Merida - 2017 XC and Plus Hardtail bikes

Merida - 2017 XC and Plus Hardtail bikes

The Big.Trail

Not interested in Lycra and intervals? With 27.5+ tires, a 130mm-travel fork, and 35mm long stems on all sizes, it looks like the Big.Trail might be on the same page as you. The aluminum frame features a 67.5° head angle, 427.5mm chainstays, and plenty of tire clearance for the 2.8'' wide rubber that it comes stock with from Merida.

Merida doesn't quote a weight for a bare frame or complete bike, but it's obvious that the Big.Trail is designed for someone who's more into bashing around in the bush than for someone who cares grams and flexible chainstays. The addition of ISCG 05 chain guide tabs confirms this as well.
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Ulissi still on the run on the latest mountains

Ulissi once again in a breakaway on the mountains

May 28, 2016

With the Col de Vars, the Col de la Bonette, the Colle della Lombarda and the final ascent of Sant'Anna di Vinadio, the top of the 20th stage of the Tour of Italy (Guillestre-Sant'Anna di Vinadio, 134 km) they are over the climbs of the Giro.

All riders of Lampre-MERIDA managed to end the short but extremely challenging alpine village, with Diego Ulissi (photo Bettini) once sparkling time.
The winner of stages of Praia a Mare and Asolo became find ready in the hill start, since it is able to return, along with Rybalkin and Taaramae, on a small group of 8 attackers escaped from the peloton after 5 km race.

On the Col de la Bonette, who became intense with the passage of the tread under the pressure of Nieve, launched toward the conquest of the national team, Ulissi had to give the wheels of the lead group: the Leghorn reached the finish line in 37th position, 18'51 "behind the winner Taaramae.

With the hate of Ulissi attack, LAMPRE-MERIDA has seen its color 9 times in the major joints of the day 20 villages up to now played a signal the purposeful a sense that, even before the start of the Giro, was It has been highlighted as one of the key traits of the attitude of the race of the ds Maini-Scirea-Righi training.

Before the final stage of the Tour of Italy, the Turin-Cuneo, Ulissi is 21st in the overall standings, 56'59 "from the new pink jersey Nibali.
The Tuscan of LAMPRE-MERIDA is second in the ranking points, 32 adrift of leaders Nizzolo.

ORDER OF ARRIVAL
1- Taaramae 4h22'43 "
2- Atapuma 52 "
3- Dombrowski 1'17 "
4- Nieve 4'12 "
5- Foliforov 4'36 "
37- Ulissi 18'51 "

OVERALL
1- Nibali 82h44'31 "
2- Chaves 52 '
3- Valverde 1'17 "
4- Kruijswijk 1'50 "
5- Majka 4'37 "
21- Ulissi 56'59 "

The Col de Vars, the Col de la Bonnette, the Colle della Lombarda and the Sant'Anna di Vinadio climb were the last four ascents of the Tour of Italy in 2016 and they were the categorized climbs of the 20th Stage of the Pink Race ( guillestre-Sant'Anna di Vinadio, 134 km).

All the 8 LAMPRE-MERIDA's cyclists succeeded in Completing the short and very demanding internship and once again Diego Ulissi (photo Bettini) Demonstrated to be very brilliant.
The winner of the stages of Praia a Mare and joined of Asolo, in the first part of the Col de Vars, a group of eight attackers who had escaped from the peloton after 5 km in the race.

On the Col de la Bonnette, Nieve raised the pace of the front group and Ulissi was dropped: he completed the stage in 37th place at 18'51 "to the winner Taaramae.

Today presence of Ulissi in the breakaway was the ninth time That, at least, one LAMPRE-MERIDA's athlete joined the main attacks of the 20th Stage of the Tour: this is a good feedback for the sports directors Maini-Scirea-Righi who had Announced , before the start of the Pink Race, That the team would have raced with a fighting spirit.

In the overall classification, Which is now led by Nibali, Ulissi is 21st at 56'59 "; in the points classification, the blue-fuchsia-green rider is 2nd at 32 points to Nizzolo.

RESULTS STAGE
1- Taaramae 4h22'43 "
2- Atapuma 52 "
3- Dombrowski 1'17 "
4- Nieve 4'12 "
5- Foliforov 4'36 "
37- Ulissi 18'51 "

OVERALL CLASSIFICATION
1- Nibali 82h44'31 "
2- Chaves 52 '
3- Valverde 1'17 "
4- Kruijswijk 1'50 "
5- Majka 4'37 "
21- Ulissi 56'59 "
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Portugal’s answer to upping cycling’s modal share? Start with the students

The Portuguese Government has launched a bicycle rental project with 17 Universities nationwide, citing a goal to up cycling’s modal share to 5% nationwide by 2020.

Investing some €6.4 million into the scheme, the Ministry of Environment will look to grow the current 1% of trips by targeting students in higher education. Bicycle parking will also be funded on campuses as part of the budget.

The project aims to get some 200,000 students annually on over 3,000 bikes, more than 1,000 of which will offer electric assistance.

In campus in Aveiro, for example, 300 new parking spaces will join an existing 300, while 239 bikes (97 electric) will be delivered in order to create a “Low Carbon Campus.”

Read more on the project on Observador.

This article has now joined our series on cities developing their cycling credentials around the globe.
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LAMPRE-MERIDA Team
Ulissi without limits, escape and 4th place after Lamb and uphill finish

Ulissi no limits, he's 4th after the Lamb and the summit arrival

May 27, 2016

The stage at high altitude in the Tour of Italy, with the riders to pedal up to the 2744 meters of the Col Agnel, Cima Coppi 2016 edition of the Giro, will be remembered by many for the success of Nibali, for the conquest of pink jersey by Chaves and the fall of the former leaders Kruijswijk.
For Lampre-MERIDA, however, the 19 ^ fraction will be etched in the blue-fuchsia-green history for the beautiful ride Diego Ulissi, on the run from the lower slopes of the Col Agnel and splendid 4th at the finish line, at 1'02 "the winner Nibali and a handful of seconds from the podium of (Nieve 2nd and 3rd respectively Chaves with 11" and 9 "on Ulissi).

The village is taken from Pinerolo and 162 km led cyclists uphill until the arrival of Risoul. Two of day Gpm: the Col Agnel with brow 55.6 km from the finish, and the final rise of 11.2 kilometers.

The group has traveled compact until the first ascent of the Col Agnel ramps. Near the intermediate sprint of Sampeyre (74 km race), Ulissi is tripped by the group creating the first concrete action of the day, represented by an escape of 28 riders, which fell then to a group of 23 riders from which, in the mid-rise , it is divided Ulissi in Silin company.
The couple has been overtaken by Scarponi, first on the Cima Coppi, but Ulissi was able to keep a smooth and effective step that allowed him to overcome hills in very good condition.

On the way down, the fall of Kruijswijk has increased the intensity of the battle between the overall contenders, with the situation leading the race and rimescolatasi fissatasi with a quartet to lead the stage on the last climb: Ulissi led the blue-color pink-green among the best climbers of the race, or Nibali, Chaves and Nieve.

The winner of stages of Praia a Mare and Asolo has surrendered only the winning shot of Nibali 5 km from the finish line, while continuing with a cadence calibrated on the possibilities and helpful in getting a flattering 4th place.

"I am very happy for today's performance: I'm fine, uphill imposed a pace that is effective, I was able to move ahead on the Col Agnel and then find the race conditions that have allowed me to aspire to a nice result - explained Ulissi (pictured, at arrival) - the stage was really hard, the struggle between men ranking caught fire, with the fall of Kruijswijk that has stirred a seemingly crystallized situation.
I thought about trying to make the most of my valid condition, which led me to the 4th place.
It 'true that, by taking a look at the gaps, the second place was very close, but I gave my best and I crossed the line in 4th position, more than that I could not do, so I'm happy for what I have done ".

ORDER OF ARRIVAL
1- Nibali 4h19'54 "
Nieve 2- 51 "
3- Chaves 53 '
4- Ulissi 1'02 "
5- Majka 2'14 "
32- Conti 9'10 ", 51- Mori 21'09", 78- Petilli 25'06 ", 110- Mohorič 36'31", 122- Koshevoy St., 153- Modolo 36'58 ", 156- Ferrari st

OVERALL
1- Chaves 78h14'20 "
Nibali 2- 44 "
3- Kruijswijk 1'05 "
4- Valverde 1'48 "
5- Majka 3'59 "
22- Ulissi 45'36 "

The high altitude stages at the Tour of Italy, in cui the cyclists climbed up to the 2744 meters of the Col Agnel, Cima Coppi of the 2016 edition of the Pink Race, will be remembered for the victory of Nibali, for the first pink jersey of Chaves, for the crash of the former leader Kruijswijk.
However, the stage will be in LAMPRE-MERIDA's history thanks to the impressive performance by Diego Ulissi, who escaped in the early part of the Col Agnel and Obtained the 4th place at 1'02 "to Nibali and at few seconds from the podium (Nieve Chaves 2nd and 3rd at 11 "and 9" to Ulissi).

The 19th Stage started from Pinerolo and in 162 km Reached the summit arrival in Risoul: two categorized climb, the Col Agnel (summit at 55.6 kilometers to the arrival) and the final ascent of 11.2 kilometers.

The peloton covered the road to the Col Agnel without any escape could Began, However in the early sector of the climb Ulissi attacked and his action was the spark for starting the fire.
Twenty-eight cyclists attacked and they were reduced at 23 During the early kilometers of the climb. At half climb, Ulissi counter-attacked with Silin, However Scarponi overtook them and he could pass for first through the summit.

Ulissi succeeded in reaching the top of the climb pedaling on a good peace and he performed a perfect descent, while the fight for the pink jersey after Became hard That Kruijswijk crashed in the downhill.
On the final climb, in the front of the race there was Ulissi again, together with Nibali, Chaves and Nieve: LAMPRE-MERIDA's rider Surrendered at only 5 km to the arrival to the winning attack of Nibali, However the will not give up and he could complete the race not far from Obtaining a place on the podium.

"I'm very happy with my performance today: I'm fine, I feel comfortable on the climbs and I succeed in pedaling on a good peace Which Allows me to be competitive - Ulissi (in photo, just after the arrival) Explained - I anticipated the rest of the group escaped on the Col Agnel, the situation of the race Became favorable for my characteristics, However the stage was very demanding, Also Because the crash of Kruijswijk intensify the battle for the pink jersey.
I focused my attention on the goal of exploiting as much as possible my good fit, I Obtained the 4th place and this result Satisfy me a lot, Because I'm aware That I fave my best. "

RESULTS STAGE
1- Nibali 4h19'54 "
Nieve 2- 51 "
3- Chaves 53 '
4- Ulissi 1'02 "
5- Majka 2'14 "
32- Conti 9'10 ", 51- Mori 21'09", 78- Petilli 25'06 ", 110- Mohorič 36'31", 122- Koshevoy St., 153- Modolo 36'58 ", 156- Ferrari st

GENERAL CLASSIFICATION
1- Chaves 78h14'20 "
Nibali 2- 44 "
3- Kruijswijk 1'05 "
4- Valverde 1'48 "
5- Majka 3'59 "
22- Ulissi 45'36 "
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