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Getting the proper size of the bike is very important and if it is your first bike you should pay extra attention to it. Even the smallest details such as the head tube angle, the top tube length, or the stand over height matter when shopping for the perfect bike. Purchasing a bike that does not fit properly could result in discomforts in your wrists, elbows, shoulders, and back. Understanding which size bike is right for you means you will not only have a better ride, but also more fun on your bike.

Mountain bikes are generally offered with different frame sizes measured in inches. The size is the distance from the center of the crank to the top of the frame at the seat tube.

To choose a size you should stand over the frame with both feet flat on the ground. A properly sized mountain bike frame will give 2 to 4in (C) clearance between the top tube of the frame and your crotch.

The most important factors when choosing the frame size is your Inside Leg length – inseam (B) - it is distance from the floor to the highest possible crotch position and your height (A). Knowing your height and inseam measurements, you should be able to determine what frame size will be most comfortable for you.


We have provided a suggested guide for the various frame sizes matching your height. It will help you to choose the right size of the bike.


S 154-166 cm 154-166 cm 154-166 cm 153-163 cm
M 164-176 cm 164-176 cm 164-176 cm 160-170 cm
L 174-186 cm 174-186 cm 174-186 cm 168-178 cm
XL 184-196 cm 184-196 cm 184-196 cm -



Frame sizes are usually overlapping, so riders may fit two sizes well. It is generally better to go with the smaller size. Choose the bike that feels most comfortable when you sit on the saddle and put both hands on the handlebars.

Kids' bikes are measured using the size of the wheel. This is in contrast to adult bike, the measurement of which refers to frame size.


99-117 cm
114-132 cm
130-155 cm
150-165 cm



These sizing charts will provide accurate advice for the majority of cyclists, but for the best sizing advice, we always recommend to consult a specialist.