2019 Merida REACTO TEAM-E

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Professional Reviews

Merida has always been at the forefront of aero road bike design and its third generation Reacto builds on this expertise. Despite its edgy looks and leading aerodynamics, the Reacto Disc 6000 is an easy bike to live with, being plenty comfortable enough for longer rides and UK road surfaces. You get superb shifting from the Ultegra hydraulic groupset and the braking efficiency of discs and Merida’s cooling fins without, Merida says, significant aero disbenefits. The aero features do feel as if they give you a small extra turn of speed too.

Paul Norman, Cycling Weekly
Please note the specific model reviewed may be different.

Bike Specifications

Weight 7.14 kg
Groupset

Shimano Dura-Ace

Crankset

Shimano Dura Ace, 52-36 teeth

Rear Derailleur

Shimano Dura Ace Di2, SS

Front Derailleur

Shimano Dura-Ace Di2

Cassette

Shimano CS-9100, 11-28 teeth, 11 speed

Brakes

Shimano Dura Ace-direct

Brake Type

Rim

Tyres

Continental Grand Prix 4000S, 700×25, fold

Bottom Bracket

Hubs

VP 173SB, 100x12mm width, 32 spoke holes, 6 bolt / VP 273SB, 142x12mm width, 32 spoke holes, 6 bolt

Handlebar

Vision Metron 6D

Stem

Vision Metron 6D

Saddle

Prologo Zero II pas CPC

Seatpost

MERIDA Team CW, Aero shape, 15mm setback, Carbon