Merida Reacto

 Originally launched in 2011, the Reacto road bike has undergone a number of changes over the years, with the vehicle being standard for Bahrain-mclaren ahead of the start of the 2020 Tour de France.
In the third iteration, Merida hoped to reduce weight and further improve aerodynamics, while making maintenance and maintenance of the bike as simple as possible.

As riders' demands shift from lightweight to increased efficiency in the wind, the Reacto is increasingly becoming the "go-to" bike for the Merida support team, while continuing to impress with its comfort, aerodynamics and overall riding characteristics.
Which brings us to today, when Merida touts the all-new Reacto IV as "aerodynamically being refined." While still aesthetically clearly linked to the previous model, Merida says they made a number of significant changes and upgrades for the bike, which they claim will make the new Reacto an "excellent all-around performance chariot with first-class aerodynamics."
Previous:Challenger -900 bike Next:Stella bikes
Call message