Mountain Bike Size Chart Calculator. This information may be used for marketing purposes by Trek Bicycle, its subsidiaries, its affiliate Trek Travel LLC, and your local dealers. You'll discover what frame size you need whether you're buying a road, mountain or BMX bike.
Mountain As a mountain biker you actively seek out challenges and obstacles. Once you have the correct frame size, you can then dial in your position on the bike down to the smallest detail once you receive and assemble the bike. The bikes usually have sturdy frames, thick, knobby tires and suspension in the front to absorb bumps from rough terrain.
Some people like to choose their bike by wheel size, others by inside leg measurement (which can vary hugely and is difficult to measure accurately) or age, but we prefer to keep it.
Mountain Bikes – Finding the Right Size: Your Height: Your Inseam.
ETT is a common measurement to look at when sizing a bike and is a good indicator of how long a bike will feel while you're seated. For the most part, bike frame size is the only thing that changes when you go between sizes – things like wheel size, suspension, and relative geometry number remain the same. This information may be used for marketing purposes by Trek Bicycle, its subsidiaries, its affiliate Trek Travel LLC, and your local dealers.