How tall should you be for an 18 inch bike?

What age is 18 inch bike for?

Kids’ Bike Sizing Chart

Guide to Kid’s Bike Sizes
Age 4 – 8 34 – 42 inches 16 inches
Age 6 – 9 42 – 48 inches 18 inches
Age 8 – 12 48 – 56 inches 20 inches
Youth 56 – 62 inches 24 inches

Is an 18 inch bike a large?

In very general terms, an 18-inch bicycle is best for someone just under six feet in height, but factors like inseam length and the differences between bike manufacturers can all influence the fit.

Can a 4 year old ride a 18 inch bike?

In general, children ages 2 to 4 with 14- to 17-inch inseams need 12-inch wheels, ages 4 to 6 with 16- to 20-inch inseams need 14-inch wheels, ages 5 to 8 with 18- to 22-inch inseams need 16-inch wheels, ages 6 to 9 with 20- to 24-inch inseams need 18-inch wheels, ages 7 to 10 with 22- to 25-inch inseams need 20-inch …

What is a good bike size for my height?

#1 – Simple Size Chart

Your Height Bike Frame Size
5’7″ – 5’11 16 – 17 inches
5’11” – 6’2″ 17-19 inches
6’2″ – 6’4″ 19 – 21inches
6’4″ and taller 21+ inches

What size bike does a 5’1 woman need?

Bike sizing chart (Women)

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Height Inside leg Women’s road bike size
147cm-155cm / 4’10”-5’1″ 66cm / 26″ 44, 45, 46cm (XX Small)
155cm-160cm / 5’1″-5’3″ 69cm / 27″ 47, 48, 49cm (X Small)
160cm-165cm / 5’3″-5’5″ 71cm / 28″ 50, 51, 52cm (Small)
165cm-172cm / 5’5″-5’8″ 76cm / 30″ 53, 54, 55cm (Medium)

What size bike should a 5 4 woman get?

Road Bike Size Chart

Your Height / Inseam Bike Size
5′ to 5’4″ under 27″ inseam XS (extra small) 49 cm bike
5’4″ to 5’8″ with 27″ to 29″ inseam S (small) 49 cm to 54 cm bike
5’8″ to 5’10” with 29″ to 31″ inseam M (medium) 52 cm to 56 cm bike
5″10″ to 6′ with 31″ to 33″ inseam L (large) 54 cm to 58 cm bike

How far should a 14 year old cycle?

Typically in the cycling world and athletes of that age, I would say 30-40, maybe even 50km, depending on the kind of riding that he is doing and the intensity of the riding, is relatively safe. It is important though that they are getting enough rest firstly, so not always necessarily doing 50km every day of the week.