What size bicycle is right for my height?

Road bike size chart
Rider heightSuggested frame size
Feet/InchesCentimetersCentimeters
5`3″-5`6″160-168 cm51-52-53 cm
5`6″-5`9″168-175 cm54-55 cm
5`9″-6`0″175-183 cm56-57-58 cm
A.

What size frame do I need for a bike?

Most bike size charts note the stand-over height. This is your inseam plus another 1-2 inches for comfortable clearance of that top tube. Some sources claim that road bikes require 1-2 inches clearance while mountain or commuter bikes need 2-4 inches.
B.

What size is a 19.5 mountain bike?

Mountain Bike Sizing Guide
Mountain Bikes - Finding the Right Size
Your HeightYour Inseam LengthBike Frame Size
4'11" - 5'3"25” - 27”13 - 15 inches
5'3" - 5'7"27" - 29"15 to 17 inches
5'7" - 5'11"29" - 31"17 to 19 inches
  • What age is a 20 inch bike for?

    Bigger Kids: Which Bike to Choose and Buy As Children Grow
    Approximate AgeChild's InseamWheel diameter "bike size" *
    4-6 years16-20 inches 40-50 cm14 inches
    5-8 years18-22 inches 45-55 cm16 inches
    6-9 years20-24 inches 50-60 cm18 inches
    7-10 years22-25 inches 55-63 cm20 inches
  • What size of mountain bike is good for someone who is 5 9?

    Mountain bike size chart
    Rider heightSuggested Frame Size
    Feet/InchesCentimetersInches
    5`1″-5`5″158-168 cm15”
    5`5″-5`9″168-178 cm16”
    5`9″-6`0″178-185 cm17″
  • What size bike frame do I need for my child?

    Height Of ChildAge Of ChildWheel Size
    105 - 117cm4 - 6 yrs14"
    112 - 125cm5 - 7 yrs16"
    117 - 129cm6 - 8 yrs18"
    125 - 136cm7 - 9 yrs20"
C.

How do you measure the size of a mountain bike frame?

Measuring Instructions
  1. Identify the top of the seat tube, where the seat clamp holds the seat post.
  2. Identify the center of the bottom bracket (it's the axle that holds the crank arms together).
  3. Measure the distance between the two points (C-T) - this is the length of the seat tube.
  • How is head angle measured?

    TT: Top Tube: Measured from the frame size point horizontally to the steering tube axis. STA: Seat Tube Angle: The angle of the line passing through the bottom bracket and frame size point relative to the horizontal. HTA: Head Tube Angle: The angle of the steering axis relative to horizontal.
  • What is head angle on a mountain bike?

    The head angle is the angle from horizontal, to the angle that your fork sits at. Generally on a mountain bike, it will be anywhere from 62 degrees (slack) to 73 degrees (steep). Cross country bikes have steeper head angles, whilst downhill bikes have slacker head angles.
  • How do you calculate rake and trail?

    Raise the bike to an upright position, using a tape measure, hold the tape straight down from the front axle to the floor. Put a mark on the floor at that point. Then place the tape parallel to the steering neck, following the angle of the steering neck all the way up to the floor. Put a mark here also.

Updated: 21st November 2019

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