Bike Sizing Charts
Reading the Charts
- Find your height on the left column(s)
- For Road Bikes and Mountain Bikes:
Find your inseam across the top, in either inches or centimeters (cm)
Find where the two columns intersect – this is your general frame size
- Any frame sizes highlighted in yellow may work for you
- Crank size/length is also shown at the very bottom
- Depending on your riding style, body type, and personal preference, you may prefer a smaller or larger frame, but you can use this size as a starting point.
Measuring Your Height
- Remove your shoes.
- Stand with your back against the wall, feet just less than shoulder width apart.
- Have someone measure from the ground to the top of your head.
- Jot down your height in inches or centimeters (cm).
Measuring Your Leg Length / Inseam
- Your leg length or bicycle inseam is different than clothing inseam or jean size.
- Start by removing your shoes.
- Stand with your back against the wall, feet about shoulder width apart.
- Put a large book between your legs, with it’s spine firmly up against your crotch.
- Have someone measure from the floor to the spine of the book.
- Jot down your inseam in inches (in) or centimeters (cm).