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Old 10-05-08, 10:32 PM   #1
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Measuring for a bike

Can you measure yourself to see what size of bike you'll need? I mean, if a LBS can do it... Why can't I? I don't want to pay to have them do this for me or have some kind of implied feeling that I just have to buy from them now.
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There are lots of online fit calculators, here's one.
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There are lots of online fit calculators, here's one.
any that I dont have to register for...?

EDIT: doesn't matter.. Iregistered.
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Hope it helps.
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Recommends this... I wasn't positive above the width of my shoulder area, WS Recommended Sizes
Frame Size center-to-center: 49 cm
Frame Size center-to-top: 50 cm
Overall Reach: 69.72 cm
Saddle Height: 66.16 cm
Handlebar Width: 38 cm

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Your Measurements
Height: 68.00 in
Sternum Notch: 56.00 in
Inseam Length: 29.50 in
Arm Length: 25.25 in
Shoulder Width: 15.00 in
Flexiblity: 7
Weight: 140.00 lbs (I weight like 125lbs but I want to get to 140 )
Foot Size: 9.50 USMens
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