The Merida Big Nine 20-MD is an entry-level recreational mountain bike for riders of all ages that want the quality and reliability of a Merida bike. Equipped with the 2019 RaceLite 6061 Aluminium frame which is a lighter and more advanced frame than previous years. The frame is lighter, yet stiffer because of additional heat treatment and double-butted wall thickness. This means that you get a quality frame at an affordable price.
The Big Nine 20-MD has 29” and a suspension fork from SR Suntour which offers 100mm of travel to smooth the bumps on the trail and this is ideal for riding more efficiently on smooth surfaces as well as climbing out of the saddle. If you are riding on smoother terrain and want to conserve some energy, the fork lock out feature can be accessed simply from the top of the fork leg. It is also equipped with Shimano disc brakes for reliability regardless of the conditions and improved control. Hydraulic disc brakes on a bike at this price is rare and makes this bike even better value.
The Merida Big Nine 20-MD is an entry-level hardtail mountain bike in the recreational range and will help you enjoy riding even more. The Merida Big Nine 20-MD’s lightweight and durable frame, lockout on the suspension fork and quality range of Shimano parts, make this bike a fun and efficient ride for those that just want to have a good time when they ride.
- RACELITE 61 ALUMINIUM
We use a minimum of 6061 aluminium. The pay back is that it’s possible to make lighter and more advanced frames. We use an additional heat treatment and double-butted wall thicknesses to produce light and stiff frames.
- TFS - TECHNO FORMING SYSTEM
Technoforming is a mechanical forming process, shaping the tubes by using negative moulds, at times combined with an internal metal core.
‘F-Mount’ equipped bikes have integrated fittings for mud guards (some bikes require model specific mud guards), making fitting fast and simple.
- K-MOUNT DROP-OUT
Integrated mount on the chainstay to fit a MERIDA kick stand.
‘C-Mount’ equipped bikes have the fixing points for a rear rack already integrated (some bikes require model specific rear rack), making fitting fast, simple and reliable.
The suspension fork and/or rear shock can be locked, either directly or via a ‘remote control’ lever on the handlebar.