How to Know Your Bike Size


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Summer is here. It’s time to soak up some sunshine while getting in a little exercise and what better way than hitting the open road on your bike?

Understanding how to get fit for a bike is key to enjoying your bike ride and doing your part to remain injury free.

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Not getting the right-sized bike or getting fit properly means sacrificing mechanics. Rather your goal is competitive bike riding or recreational, that’s a bad idea. You should be getting the most out of your rides, rather they are for leisure or improving fitness.

It can be expensive to get fit, costing anywhere from $100 to $500 on average. If getting fit for a new bike is an extra cost that you don’t want to justify, we have the solution for you. Simply enter your inseam in the calculator below and take your new measurements to the nearest bike shop. You’ll be riding like the pros this weekend.


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