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Rowery miejskie Merida 2013

Wszystkie rowery miejskie Meridy maja oznaczenie City + czterocyfrowy numer. Kolekcja zawiera dwie linie na identycznych ramach, różniących się kołami:

  • City 8300 i 8100 to modele na kołach 28" (700C)
  • City 6300 i 6100 to modele na kołach 26"

Modele z liczba "300" posiadają amortyzator przedni i 7 biegów, a oznaczone  "100" nie maja amortyzatora i sa trzybiegowe.

Uwaga: "osprzęt" zazwyczaj odnosi się do przerzutek i oznacza najwyższą użyta w rowerze grupę.

modelramaosprzętprzełożeniaprzerzutkiamortyzator przednicena
Merida City 8300 alu Nexus 7 wewnętrzne Sumtour SF7-CR750 1.800 zł
Merida City 8100 alu Nexus 3 wewnętrzne brak (sztywny) 1.500 zł
Merida City 6300 alu Nexus 7 wewnętrzne Sumtour SF7-CR750 1.800 zł
Merida City 6100 alu Nexus 3 wewnętrzne brak (sztywny) 1.500 zł

 

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