We take a look at Lampre-Merida's Reacto Evo road bike
Lampre have ended up with an interesting array of different components represented with Fulcrum wheels (owned by Campagnolo), Shimano Dura-Ace 9070 groupset, Rotor cranks and FSA bar/stem (who through the Vision brand have a TT groupset in the Metron).
- The Reacto Evo uses a curious mix of parts from a range of suppliers
- Carbon FSA K-Force stem and bars add style and save weight
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