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Merida Big Seven 800 Mountain Bike 2016 - Hardtail MTB

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Based on the World Cup XC team bike the Merida Big Seven 800 is a fast charging hardtail mountain bike. Featuring a Fox suspension fork and Shimano groupset you know it will be quick on cross country trails.

Double butted and Technoformed tubes on the 6061 alloy frame have had excess material shaved away from low stress areas to shave off the grams without compromising strength. A nimble, racy riding position offers confident climbing and stable descending.

The Fox 32 Float fork offers 100mm of plush suspension travel. Compression damping adjustments are easy to use and add efficiency when riding varied terrain.

The Shimano SLX drivetrain offers crisp reliable shifting over a wide range of gears so that you can take on all the gradients on the trail. Shimano hydraulic disc brakes are powerful with good modulation for confident speed control.

Quick and efficient the Merida Big Seven 800 is a cross country MTB for rapid off-road adventures.

Key Features:

  • Strong, lightweight alloy frame for fast off-road performance
  • Fox Float 32 fork offers plush suspension travel
  • Shimano hydraulic disc brakes for powerful and reliable speed control in all weathers
  • Shimano SLX 2x10 speed gears for slick, reliable shifting
  • Sizes: 17 inch, 18.5 inch, 20 inch
  • The Merida Big Seven 800 is available with 0% APR finance

The Merida Big Seven 800 2016 Features are:

Frame: 6066 Triple butted and Hydroformed aluminium frame with a tapered head tube, 142x12mm rear through axle, internal cable routing and smooth welding.

Fork: Fox 32 Float Performance - 100mm travel

Headset: Big Conoid A-bearing neck

Bars: Merida Pro oversize clamp - 700mm wide - 12mm rise

Stem: Merida Pro - oversize clamp - 5 degree

Shifters: Shimano SLX ispec

Front Mech: Shimano Deore

Rear Mech: Shimano SLX Shadow+

Chainset: Shimano SLX 38-24

Bottom Bracket: Shimano SLX

Cassette: Shimano HG50 11-36

Chain: KMC X10

Front Brake: Shimano M615 hydraulic disc brakes - 180mm rotors

Rear Brake: Shimano M615 hydraulic disc brakes - 160mm rotors

Rims: DT Swiss 466D

Front Hub: Shimano Deore 15mm front

Rear Hub: Shimano Deore 12mm rear

Tyres: Continental Race-King 2.2" Kevlar bead Front Continental Race-King 2.2" Kevlar bead Rear

Seatpost: Merida Pro - 15mm lay back 27.2mm

Pedals: XC Pro alloy

Merida Big Seven 800 Mountain Bike 2016 - Hardtail MTB Reviews

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Overall Rating:
4.8
out of 5
4.83
Build Quality
5.00
Performance
5
Value For Money
4.50

Customer Reviews (1)

5
Damn Fine Bicycle

Had the bike for just over 2 months now. Bit of a mixed user, a road cyclist venturing into the world of MTB. Currently only ventured out on light trails and rides less than 40 miles, but already immensely happy with its ability to deal with impacts, rough(ish - no rock gardens yet) terrain and its buttery smooth ride. The enhanced comfort, as well considerable extra grip of the tyres over my road bike have made it the new staple of my cycle commute, a 20-mile round trip littered with hills, poorly maintained road surfaces and teetering canal paths. Its pricey, but the discount makes it a bargain. You're getting a collection of mid to high end components assembled on a top-notch, hydro-formed aluminium frame - lightweight, with an aesthetically pleasing finish on the welding. The suspension is the jewel in the crown and is generally not seen on bikes at this price point. Well engineered, works a treat and just makes the bike feel that bit more special. Had reservations that the 20-inch frame might be a little on the small side for me, a 6ft 2inch lad with a 33inch inner thigh measurement (crotch to heel), however those evaporated on the first ride. It's a damn good hardtail that's worth the money. Would recommend.

Had the bike for just over 2 months now. Bit of a mixed user, a road cyclist venturing into the world of MTB. Currently only ventured out on light trails and rides less than 40 miles, but already immensely happy with its ability to deal with impacts, rough(ish - no rock gardens yet) terrain and its buttery smooth ride. The enhanced comfort, as well considerable extra grip of the tyres over my road bike have made it the new staple of my cycle commute, a 20-mile round trip littered with hills, poorly maintained road surfaces and teetering canal paths. Its pricey, but the discount makes it a bargain. You're getting a collection of mid to high end components assembled on a top-notch, hydro-formed aluminium frame - lightweight, with an aesthetically pleasing finish on the welding. The suspension is the jewel in the crown and is generally not seen on bikes at this price point. Well engineered, works a treat and just makes the bike feel that bit more special. Had reservations that the 20-inch frame might be a little on the small side for me, a 6ft 2inch lad with a 33inch inner thigh measurement (crotch to heel), however those evaporated on the first ride. It's a damn good hardtail that's worth the money. Would recommend.

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4.8 out of 5
Build Quality: 5/5
Performance: 5/5
Value For Money: 4.5/5