As you can see, we offer several different frame sizes on all of our bikes (until some are exhausted). Frame size is of utmost importance for your comfort, performance and safety. On each product page you will find a geometry chart that should solve most problems.
If you still have problems deciding which size to buy, let us describe why you should choose one over the other, regardless of your height or inseamwhich is what we call the cyclist's "horse."
If you are new to this kind of thing, we recommend following our sizing chart, which is on the bike page. However, there are many advantages (and disadvantages) of riding on a smaller (and larger) frame.
If you are on the edge of one frame or another, we usually advise our cyclists to choose the smaller size. Why is that? So the bike becomes much more maneuverable. A smaller frame allows you to ride better on turns and offers more practicality to ride in the city. On the other hand, if you're looking for long distance travel or venture out of the city often, with ups and downs, a bigger frame can work better for you.
A good rule is that you should be able to stand comfortably on your bike with your feet almost completely touching the ground. If there is a lot of room there, your board may be too small. If you can only put your fingers on the ground, this board may be a little too big.
You're not sure yet? Don't worry about it. Click here and get in contact with us and one of our experts will help you choose which size is right for you.