CROSSWAY / -L 300
|Frame||CROSSWAY TFS / -L|
|Fork||Suntour NCX-D LO, Coil, 63mm suspension travel, Lockout|
|Shifters||Shimano Deore / Shimano Deore|
|Brake Lever||Shimano MT-200|
|Chainwheel||FSA Alfa Drive, 48-36-26 teeth|
|Hubs||Shimano TX505, 100x9mm width, 32 spoke holes, Centerlock / Shimano TX505, 135x9mm width, 32 spoke holes, Centerlock|
|Rim||MERIDA Comp D, 20mm inner width|
|Freewheel||Shimano HG500, 11-34 teeth, 10 speed|
|Tires||MERIDA Speed, 700x40C, wire, reflective stripe|
|Handlebar Stem||MERIDA Comp TK, 31.8mm diameter, adjustable|
|Handlebar||MERIDA Comp CC, 660mm width, 25mm rise|
|Headset||MERIDA M2346 Neck, 2191025808|
|Seat Post||MERIDA CC, 30.9mm diameter, 20mm setback|
|Saddle||MERIDA Cross Sport|
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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.
Technoforming is a mechanical forming process, shaping the tubes by using negative moulds, at times combined with an internal metal core.
Sometimes called ‘double pass welding’, a second pass over the weld gives a clean organic look to the frame. At first glance, you will be convinced it is carbon.
Cables are routed through the frame, entering and exiting through smooth sockets. The bike looks neat, whilst the cables are protected from moisture and dirt.
‘F-Mount’ equipped bikes have integrated fittings for mud guards (some bikes require model specific mud guards), making fitting fast and simple.
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.
Post mount disc brake calipers fit directly onto the seat stay for a strong and light connection whilst a chainstay post mount positions the caliper on the chainstay within the rear triangle for extra protection and better distribution of braking forces. Another benefit is that internal cable routing is also easier and neater via the chainstay.