• It’s Like Buying Jeans

    Each bike listed will have a measurement in centimetres beside the name of the bike. The number will assist you in figuring out if it is a reasonable fit. All you need to know is your height and your inseam and this magical chart will give you a rough sizing range for bikes you will feel comfortable on.

    Road Bike Sizing
    Height (in inches / cm’s) Inseam (in inches) Bike Size (in cm’s)
    4’9″ – 5’1″ or 147 – 155 25.5 – 27 46 – 48
    5’0″ – 5’3″ or 152.5 – 160 26.5 – 28 48 – 50
    5’2″ – 5’5″ or 157.5 – 165 27.5 – 29 50 – 52
    5’4″ – 5’7″ or 162.5 – 170 28.5 – 30 52 – 54
    5’6″ – 5’9″ or 167.5 – 175 29.5 – 31 54 – 56
    5’8″ – 5’11″ or 172.5 – 180 30.5 – 32 56 – 58
    5’10″ – 6’1″ or 177.5 – 185 31.5 – 33 58 – 60
    6’0″ – 6’3″ or 182.5 – 195 32.5 – 34 60 – 62

    This chart is definitely a good starting point but keep in mind that there are lots of factors that can influence a bikes feel. No one can really tell you what size bike you should ride so our advice is to always test it out and make sure it feels good for you.

    Do You Do Scheduled Repairs?

    We have thought about it but unfortunately at this point in time we have no plans to get involved with scheduled repairs. For a good portion of the day we are busy being a uni student or busy being an employee – bummer.

    We work on bikes as a hobby, whenever we have time. We both firmly believe in providing a quality product and quality service. At this point in time we feel we cannot provide a bike repair service up to our standards. Consequently, we have made a conscious choice not to do repairs at the moment. Sorry.

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