Merida AM 400-D All Mountain Full Suspension

4/5 (1 Reviews)
Weight : 15.32Kg

Product Description

  • Frame: AM TFS-Disc with RST Launch 120
  • Forks: Rock Shox DART 3 120mm
  • Shifters: Shimano Deore rapidfire 24sp
  • Stem: XM Comp OS CEN 7
  • Handlebars: XM Comp CEN 31.8 Rise 620
  • Saddle: XM Speed
  • Seatpost: XM Speed SB20 31.6mm
  • Pedals: XC Steel

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User Reviews

Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:4
Submitted by benj nazareno a Weekend Warrior from davao city, philippines

Date Reviewed: March 3, 2008

Strengths:    the price! it was the cheapest FS frame available in our market but having been made by one of the larger bike manufacturers was a plus.

Weaknesses:    the SR Epicon LOD rear shox blew out in less than a month of medium use (or probably slight abuse). hey, you get what you pay for but figured a month was cutting it a bit too short!

Bottom Line:   
haven't been riding for too long...7 months i guess my opinion may not be considered from an expert. however, the bike does give me the confidence needed to go through pretty tough trails and obstacles. sure has not broken down on the trail and has not caused major back injuries or discomfort. handling has not been a problem blasting through some pretty major rock gardens, a few hair raising single tracks & medium grade DH runs. it has also kept me at the front end of the pack i ride with. as the heading's value is worth a lot more than the number of 0's on the price tag!!!

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Favorite Trail:   callawa - carabao trail

Duration Product Used:   3 months

Price Paid:    $2000.00

Purchased At:   3mj bikes

Similar Products Used:   n/a, 1st full suspension ride

Bike Setup:   shimano xt '08 gruppo, revelation 426 fork, shimano lx hubs + mavic 117 rims, kenda nevegal tires, turbolite stem & post, specialized saddle

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