# Question: 5 Year Old Girl Inseam 17 Inches What Size Bike?

## What size bike should a 5’2 woman ride?

What size bike does a 5’2 woman need? A woman in this height range will be fine with a bike frame of between 15 and 16 inches.

## Will an 18 inch bike frame fit me?

In very general terms, an 18-inch bicycle is best for someone just under six feet in height, but factors like inseam length and the differences between bike manufacturers can all influence the fit.

## Can a 5 year old ride a 20-inch bike?

In general, children between the ages of 3 and 5 can comfortably use bikes with 12-inch diameter wheels. Kids between 4 and 7 years old will need 16-inch wheels, 5- to 10-year-olds require 20 -inch wheels and kids from 8 to 14 years old will need a bike with 24-inch diameter wheels.

## How do you know what size bike to get a child?

To determine the right wheel size, you only need to measure your child’s height. For example, if your offspring is between 95 and 100 cm tall, a 12-inch wheel fits perfectly. If your child measures more than 140 cm, you should choose a 26-inch wheel.

## How do you determine bike size?

How to calculate a bike size? Measure your inseam!

1. Stand close to a wall, your feet should be 6-8″ (15-20 cm) apart.
2. Place a large, hardcover book between your legs – it will simulate the saddle.
3. Mark where the book’s spine touches the wall.
4. Measure the distance from that point to the floor – that’s your inseam.
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## 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.