Stella bikes


 Since its debut in 2006, the German-designed and developed Stella has been the first choice for hill-climbing road cars. Previous generations of frames put a lot of thought into weight control, ride quality and handling, so they are very classic.
According to officials, the new fifth-generation team version of the Stella has retained these classic attributes, in addition to Stella engineers have begun to realize the importance of wind resistance, aerodynamic design has become another focus. In order to pursue aerodynamic efficiency, the new team version of the Stella has undergone a major update in appearance, and the previous generations have a clear division. Examples include a lowered rear top fork, full inboard cabling and unibody handlebars.

Although the previous generations of the frame is very classic, but the slim appearance and clean and tidy wiring, still in line with the development direction of modern road cars, but also more adaptable to the use of people with multiple needs.
In addition to the lowered rear upper fork, the entire front styling design draws a lot of inspiration from the "sister" Rickdo. According to Merida officials, under the "grace" of aerodynamic design, the new team version of Stella can save you 10 watts of power at 45 km/h riding speed, provided that it is on a flat road with no wind at all. Despite the aerodynamic design, the weight of this car is still very significant, and it is reported that the M-size frame weighs only 822 grams, which is 4.4% lighter than the previous generation.
While these changes may seem minimal, on the field of play, these marginal benefits can even make the difference between winning and losing a game. At this year's World Tour, the then unofficially released team version of Stella took a key victory for Bahrain, with two riders winning at the Tour de Dauphine and one rider winning both the Tour de France and the Tour de West.
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