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2021 Merida Scultura Endurance 7000-E review: A high-value all-roader

Endurance road bikes were once the go-to for weekend warriors looking to clock up the miles without pinning on a race number. The general...

2021 Merida Reacto IV revealed: a fourth-generation aero bike

Between the Olympics and the Tour de France, 2020 was always going to be a big year for new bike releases. And while things haven’t gone ...

Merida goes 'all-road' with the 2021 Scultura Endurance

It’s becoming a clear trend: the modern endurance road bike is effectively what others call an 'all-road' bike. With more relaxed geometr...

Tech gallery: The little things at the 2020 Santos Tour Down Under

Details, details. Oftentimes, it's not the big things that separate pro race bikes from amateur ones; it's the attention paid to lesser t...

Pro bikes of the 2020 WorldTour: part three

A close look at the 2020 pro bikes of Cofidis Solutions Credits, Trek-Segafredo, NTT, UAE Team Emirates and Bahrain-Merida.

Merida Silex 6000+ 2020 gravel bike: first-ride review

First announced for the 2018 season, the Merida Silex is the Taiwanese mega-manufacturer’s take on the do-it-all gravel segment. It’s a b...

Photo gallery: Team bikes of the 2019 Tour de France, part three

There are still a few crucial days of racing left in this year’s Tour de France, and still bikes from several teams that we have yet to c...

Photo gallery: Team bikes of the 2019 Tour de France, part two

In part one of this series, we showed you the road bikes of the Ineos, Deceuninck-Quicktep, CCC, Jumbo-Visma, and Trek-Segafredo teams, w...

Pro bike: Rohan Dennis’ Merida Scultura Team-E -- the outlier

Amongst a modern backdrop of ultra-aero megabikes with integrated and airfoil-shaped everything, and pseudo-aero "all rounder" bikes that...

Photo gallery: The best of the 2019 Taipei Cycle Show, day one

Once a place for closed-door distributor meetings, forecasting discussions, and manufacturer meet-ups, the Taipei Cycle Show has grown to...

Bikes of the Tour de France: Vincenzo Nibali, Taylor Phinney, Daryl Impey

Vincenzo Nibali’s Merida Reacto Team Sky is once again asserting its dominance in this year’s Tour de France (although perhaps not quite ...

Merida 2018 Reacto Team-E review: faster, lighter, comfier, still demanding

After a stretch of five years, Merida has updated the Reacto, the company’s aero road platform, by carving away a significant amount of w...

Bikes of the 2018 WorldTour

A New Year is celebrated and, before you know it, the WorldTour is back in full swing. Based in Adelaide, Australia, the Santos Tour Down...

More of the best from Eurobike 2017: part two

Alas, all good things must eventually come to an end, and with this final gallery, so does our tech coverage of the 2017 Eurobike trade s...

2017 Paris-Roubaix tech: The bikes, tires, and gear that crushed the cobbles

Paris-Roubaix is a race that demands a lot from not just the riders, but also the equipment they use. Equipment sponsors know that any ad...

Taipei Cycle Show 2017 live tech coverage, day two

Day one of the Taipei Cycle Show offered up a whirlwind of new bikes, parts, and accessories, including new ultralight and disc-equipped ...

Bikes of the 2017 WorldTour

The 2017 WorldTour has arrived and its first race, the Santos Tour Down Under, is the perfect chance to see all the new team bikes in one...

Specialized, Giant, Cannondale and Merida to release pro-level disc bikes

Given how quickly the UCI decided to suspend the use of disc brakes in road races, it's little surprise many brands already had the ball ...

Bike tech from the Tour of Flanders 2016

The pre-race pits at the Tour of Flanders are a gold mine of new and interesting tech. CyclingTips reporter Dave Everett was there in Bru...

Merida Reacto Team-E review

In this review CTech editor Matt Wikstrom takes the Merida Reacto Team-E for a spin to find out how the bike handles and how it compares ...