When buying a new bicycle, it is important that you have the right frame size. The bicycle size determines the height of your bike. This is the distance from the pedal axis to the point of the frame where the saddle pin comes out. This is expressed in centimetres.
The right frame format helps prevent injuries such as back, knee, neck and saddle pain because comfort on the bike is improved. Your performance will improve too.
But how do you calculate the right bike size? Calculate easily thanks to the step-by-step plan or see the dimension tables.
- Measure your inside leg lengthStand with your legs 15 cm wide, and measure the distance between the ground and your crotch. Record this height in centimetres.
- Multiplication Multiply your inside leg measurement by 0.65 and you will end up with your personal frame size in centimetres.