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We put the new Merida Scultura Disc through its paces over the cobbles, seeing if it is up to the standards of the excellent standard rim brake Scultura

£6,500.00
Score 8

Launched just ahead of the Giro d’Italia, the ultra light Merida Scultura has already claimed Grand Tour wins. The previous model was released in 2012, and the new Scultura is…

£2,300.00
Score 9

The second-biggest bike brand in the world (which also makes some Specialized models under contract), Merida has a lot of experience building bikes and a lot of clout when buying…

£1,500.00
Score 8

If you watched any road cycling coverage last year, there is a good chance you saw the Merida Reacto Team E in a very prolific advert featuring a comedically dubbed Rui…

£7,000.00
Score 8

This £3,500 Merida Reacto DA LTD is the the most expensive non-pro version available. The bike World Tour team Lampre-Merida are currently using is known as the ‘Team-E’, and it…

£3,500.00
Score 7

While the Merida Scultura 903 may feature a very similar colourway to the Lampre pro squad’s team-issue Scultura CF Team-E, that top-end carbon race machine sports a smorgasbord of hi-tech…

£849.99
Score 10

A cost-conscious road bike that's surprisingly strong on the climbs

£599.99
Score 8

Merida is one of the biggest bike manufacturers in the world and the established wisdom used to be that the company made bikes for countless other brands at its five…

£599.99
Score 9