Merida have released images of their 2024 Reacto and Scultura race machines, bikes that are heavily influenced by the PEARL EDITION the team raced at this year’s Tour de France.
The company say the 2024 colours pay homage to the pearling industry, which was the backbone of Bahrain’s economy for centuries and helped make the country a prosperous trading hub.
Alongside the primary frame colour of white/pearl, the design’s gold details reference the Kingdom of Bahrain, while the teal features represent the two seas surrounding the country’s coastline.
Australian dealers and bike shops will have access to a limited run of 24 of each of the models in a variety of sizes, with the Reacto’s expected to be available in March and the Scultura’s in May.
Pricing is expected to be $12,499 for each of the race-ready bikes.
For more info and to find your nearest dealer visit www.merida.com.au