But if you start out by aiming to make a bike fit in terms of optimised transfer of power, aerodynamics, handling and pain-free riding, you can’t go far wrong.



Measurement (cm)

How to measure

You’ll need a metal retractable tape measure and a book. In your socks, stand with heels and butt against the wall and your feet 8”/20cm apart. Measure from the floor to the top of your head. Now enter that measurment, in cms, in the left hand box. Do this for each measurement and at the end of the process. We’ll calculate the best frame size for you on the right.



Measurement (cm)

How to measure

Put on your cycling shorts and stand up straight on a hard, flat surface again in sock covered feet, with your feet 8"/20cm apart and your weight evenly distributed. Using your tape, measure a vertical line from the floor to the base of the middle of your crotch (pushing up a little to emulate the effect of a saddle). Ensure the tape is at a right angle to the floor and runs straight down.



Measurement (cm)

How to measure

Take this measurement standing straight up and wearing your riding shorts. Locate the ‘sternal notch’ (the V-shaped dip between the collarbones) and measure a line down from it to the base of the middle of your crotch (place a book between your legs and apply a slight upward force to emulate a saddle). Ensure the tape is at a right angle to the floor – as with any measurement; try it a few times to gauge accuracy.



Measurement (cm)

How to measure

Take this measurement standing straight up. With your arm outstretched and your thumb pointing up. Now locate the middle of the bottom knuckle of your thumb and measure the distance from here to the inner wall of your armpit - ideally touching your rib cage. Take several measurements to be confident that you have the most accurate measurement.



Select one frame

Select one of our frames

Based on the measurements you’ve provided, we recommend the frame size shown to the right. Click in the left hand drop down box to choose one of our frames, and the right size for you. Then click ‘Next’...




How to measure

The right handlebar can make a huge difference to comfort, performance and handling control. Most cyclists choose a bar that replicates the width of their shoulders, measured as the distance between the shoulder joints. Make sure you’re standing straight, your shoulders are relaxed and the tape is perfectly horizontal between the two points. If your shoulder measurement is in between two sizes, you will need to choose to round up or down.

A narrower bar is more aerodynamic, whereas a wider bar opens the chest for easier breathing and better balance when you’re standing up off the saddle. Click in the drop down section to the left to choose the size that fits your riding style best.

Do you need help?

We can help you with choosing the correct frame size. First, you need to fill the fields on the previous six steps, and then just fill your name and your email below. We will receive your information and we'll send you an email with your right fit.

Road/Gravel frame

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MTB frame

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Crank length

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Stem length

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Saddle height

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Handlebar width

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