What Bike Size Am I?

How do I determine bike frame size? Place the end of a tape measure at the exact center point of the gear crank (the metal post that runs through the center of the bike’s chain sprocket). Then run the tape measure up to the top of the tube. Measure to the point where the tube ends. This will give you the length of the seat tube which is the frame …

Often asked: How To Measure The Size Of A Bike?

How can you tell what size a bike is? Adult bikes are measured by their frame size. Most manufacturers now measure the frame from the centre of the crank axle, to the top of the seat tube. Most road bikes are measured in centimetres (cm), whereas mountain bikes are generally measured using inches (in). What does 26 inch mean for bikes? And what does it mean when they say “26 …

Often asked: What Size Bike Should I Buy?

What height do you need to be for a 26-inch bike? The minimum height for a 26-inch bike is typically 47 to 51 inches, but taller riders may need something with at least 50 or 52 inch frame heights. How do you pick a bike size? Choosing the Correct Size/Frame for Road Bikes Stand with your legs 15-20 cm apart. Measure the height from your groin to the ground. Multiply …

Often asked: How To Choose Bike Size?

How do you pick a bike size? Choosing the Correct Size/Frame for Road Bikes Stand with your legs 15-20 cm apart. Measure the height from your groin to the ground. Multiply the leg inseam length (in centimetres) with a factor of 0.70. In short, your frame size for the road bike will be 53 cm if your leg inseam is 76 cm. Is 26 inch bike good for what height? …