Merida, a Taiwanese brand with German engineering, has made several of its products more affordable for 2012, which include the Reacto 907-Di2 frame. Although the Merida is focused on cross-country mountain bikes, it also covers singlespeed commuters as well as high-end road bikes.
Among the high-end road bikes, the Reacto 907-Di2 frame is the top model in the range. Utilizing double chamber technology, the frame is built from high-modulus carbon fiber and offers an enhanced rigidity in some particular areas.
While the 2012 Merida Reacto 907-Di2 Frame is not new, this model is the first one to be equipped with electronic shifting. This new Ultegra flavor replaces the very costly Dura-Ace variety from Shimano. Thus, this frame is made more affordable but its quality is enhanced.