Here for sale is my Merida Big Trail 800 hardtail mountain bike 2018, size medium.
The Merida Big Trail 800 is an all agro hardtail MTB that will give any full suspension bike a run for its money. This is thanks to the 27.5” plus sized tyres, dialled trail geometry and a 130mm travel suspension fork.
The 2.8” Maxxis tyres offer extra ‘float’ to soak up the bumps on the trail, as well as giving you incredible confidence boosting grip.
The Merida Big Trail is ideal for taking on more challenging trail centre loops as well as adventurous cross-country cycling.
The spec is as follows:
Frame – Triple butted, hydroformed 6066 alloy with ‘Smart Entry’ cable routing for rattle free running. Fun focussed geometry – long top tube / short stem, precise handling due to tapered head tube, boost axle standard and super short chain stays.
Forks – Rock Shox Revelation RC air fork with tapered steered, 130mm travel and 15mm bolt through axle, Boost
Handlebars – Merida Expert TR 35mm rise 780mm wide
Stem – Merida Expert TR 3d forged 6061 aluminium, 35mm long, oversize clamp
Shifter – 12 Speed Sram GX Eagle, 12 speed trigger with Sram MMX clamp
Rear Mech – Sram GX Eagle 12 speed
Chainset – Sram Descendant 6K Eagle 30 teeth with MRP 1x TR upper chainguard
Bottom_Bracket – Sram Press Fit GXP
Chain – Sram GX Eagle
Cassette – Sram XG 1275 Eagle, 12 speed, 10-50 teeth
Front Brake – Sram Code R hydraulic disc, 180mm rotors
Rear Brake – Sram Code R hydraulic disc, 180mm rotors
Rims – DT Swiss M 1700 SPLINE® 35
Front_Hub – DT Swiss M 1700 Spline wheelset, Boost standard, 15mm bolt through axles
Rear_Hub – DT Swiss M 1700 Spline wheelset, Boost standard, 12mm bolt through axles
Tyres – Maxxis Rekon 27.5+ x 2.8″ folding Front
Seatpost – K-Shock LEV Integra 30.9mm
Everything is in perfect working order. The gear changes are smooth, the frame has no dents or dings, the wheels run straight and true.
The only negative to mention is the scratch on the rear chainstay (please see photos). This is purely cosmetic, and is of no detriment to the bike whatsoever.
I have an £80 voucher code for ‘Tredz’ website which i will be willing to throw in if the bike sells for a reasonable price (to be discussed).
I have all the manufacturers paper work/user guides etc.
If there are any questions, please do not hesitate to ask.
Viewings and test rides are welcome, and indeed preferred.
Grab yourself a bargain.