General Bike Style:Comfort
Wheel Size: 26 inches
*Dimensions are approximated and may vary all over manufacturing runs.
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***General Information from the manufacturer regarding sizes of most bikes***
For the casual bike riders, most individuals use the size (diameter) of the wheels: 20″, 24″, 26″…etc to make the selection of the bike they wish to purchase. Bikes measured this way have frames designed relative to the tire size, so the larger the tire, the larger the frame. Some bike manufacturers may use a simple overall bike measurement such as x-small, small, medium, large, x-large; the bike size is usually on a sticker somewhere on the frame on other brands.
The manufacturer may label the bikes Boy’s, Men’s, Girl’s, Women/Ladies then again, they aren’t only meant for younger or older individuals. The rider will need to go by their height/inseam size. For example: An individual that is 64” (5’4″) may require a 24” wheeled bike. For the 700c series road and hybrid bikes, the frame is the same 18″ but, the rim is larger in diameter by 2″ so it is going to bring this frame higher up. These bikes(700c and hybrid) may be better suited for an individual 5′ 7″ and taller. Someone of a small stature would have a difficult time riding the bike comfortably. It is not recommended to pull bike trailers with a 700c wheel bike as it leaves the trailer at an odd angle. Please note that some bicycles such as folding bicycles may have smaller wheels but still fit adults. Most of the adult bikes were tested up to 250 lbs.
This sizing is just a general guideline for most bikes. It is at all times best to be professionally measured to find the best fit/size.
Always wear protective gear when riding any bicycle for safety.
For information on bicycle safety, visit the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) Website