Frame sizes chart
A very important factor to consider when buying a bicycle is the frame size and how to measure it. The frame size is defined by the length of the seat tube - the part of the bike that the seat post slides into. The below chart shows indicative frame size to the high of the rider.
However, on average women have longer legs and shorter torsos than men of the same height (that's why women's bikes have a shorter top tube - to stop riders feeling stretched). If you want to make sure that the frame size is not too big for you, take a measure of your leg inseam (from your crotch, where the saddle would be, to your foot). Please measure in cm and check the recommended values:
The rule of thumb is that if you find yourself in between sizes, you should go for the smaller one.
We hope that our guide makes it easy to pick the right size bike; if you have any questions, we are more than happy to assist you, just drop us an email.