Touring, Supreme, Kathmandu

Rider Height inchesFrame Size Frame Size inches
5’2″ – 5’6″XS46
5’5″ – 5’8″S50
5’8″ – 5’11”M54
5’11” – 6’3″L58
6’3″ +XL62

Reaction Hardtail

Rider Height inchesFrame Size Frame Size inches
4’8″ – 5’2″XS13.5
5’2″ – 5’6″S15
5’6″ – 5’10”M17
5’10” – 6’2″L19
6’2″ +XL21

Stereo Full Suspension

Rider Height inchesFrame Size Frame Size inches
5’2″ – 5’5″S16
5’5″ – 5’8″M18
5’8″ – 6’0″L20
6’0″ +XL22

Bike Size FAQ

How high should my saddle be?

Correct saddle height is important not only for comfort but for pedalling efficiency too. Here is a simple method to set the correct saddle height:

  1. Whilst stood next to the bike, set the saddle to the height of your hip bone. Ensure the saddle is not extended past the minimum insertion mark on the seat post. If this is the case you may need to consider a larger frame.
  2. Using a wall, table, chair or friend holding the bike for you, sit on it with both feet on the pedals. Rotate the pedals back so that the crank arms are at 12 and 6 o clock. On the lowest pedal move your foot forward so just your heel is on the pedal. In this position you should aim for your leg to be straight but not locked out. Keep adjusting the saddle height until your leg is straight.
  3. Once you have set your saddle height place your foot on the pedal at 6 o clock in your normal riding position. At this point your leg should have a bend at the knee.
  4. This method provides a good starting point for, what should be, a comfortable and efficient riding position for most people. This is of course is just a guide so feel free to make any adjustments you need for your own comfort.

What if I am between two sizes?

It’s common for a size chart to recommend two frame sizes for your height. No two humans are the same, we all have individual anatomy. When this is the case the best fit is normally determined by your reach or distance to the handlebars when sat on the bike. If you have a longer torso and arms the larger of the two frames maybe a better fit and vice versa for a shorter torso or arms.

How do I choose the correct frame size?

Choosing the right sized bike depends on a few things: the type of bike, your height and your riding style. A correctly fitted bike will be more comfortable, more efficient and more fun to ride allowing you to go further for longer. The type of bike that you buy will have a significant impact on the frame size that you need. 

We recommend a test ride where possible. This allows you to try different frame sizes and allows our team to recommend a size for you too based on their experience.

How is the frame size measured?

Most bike frame sizes are measured from the centre of the bottom bracket to the top of the seat clamp but can vary between brands. Don’t assume a size in one brand is the same as another. Geometries can be different. Seek advice from us if you need help.