Ok! So, this may or may not be the correct place to post this, but I'm going to give you guys a shot anyways because A.) I'm a clydesdale and B.) You guys are so friendly and helpful.
When I've looked around the internet I have seen all sorts of conflicting ideas on how to find the correct size frame for a bicycle. Some of these vary by up to 5CM of frame size!
My research also told me how important the fit of my bike is, and that if it doesn't fit properly I'm going to hate cycling...which is even MORE discouraging.
I have been riding a bike given to me by a buddy, but the bug finally bit me and I need something of a bit more quality. (AKA something that people won't laugh at me for riding to sportive events.)
The bicycle I have been looking at is the BeOne Storm (which can be found if you follow the link http://www.beone-bikes.com/EN/products/storm.html
Unfortunately I have to purchase this online due to only one distributor in the UK. (chainreactioncycles.com)
I have read plenty of reviews on it, and very much like what I see. So I'm pretty set on that specific bike.
I am 6 feet tall (182CM)
My Seam (which I measured while wearing cycling shorts) is 32 inches (82 cm)
And I weight 230lbs but that is steadily dropping.
So what size of frame should I be riding? These are the offerings the web site gives (50 53 56 59 62)