How tall should you be for a 24 inch mountain bike?

How tall should you be for a 24-inch bike?

Kid’s Bike Size Chart

Rider Age or Height Suggested Size
5 – 7 years 3′ 4″ – 4′ 0″ 16″ wheel diameter
7 – 9 years 4′ 0″ – 4′ 5″ 20″ wheel diameter
9 – 11 years 4′ 5″ – 4′ 9″ 24″ wheel diameter
11+ years 4′ 9″+ 26″ wheel diameter

What age is a 24-inch bike for?

Guide to Kids’ Bike Sizing

Bike Wheel Child Height (in.) Approx. Age
16-inch 39-48 5-8
20-inch 42-52 6-10
24-inch 50-58 8-12
26-inch 56+ 10+

How tall should a mountain bike be for my height?

Mountain Bike Size Chart

Rider Height (in) Rider Height (cm) Frame Size (in)
4′ 10″ – 5′ 2″ 148cm – 158cm 13″ – 14″
5′ 3″ – 5′ 6″ 159cm – 168cm 15″ – 16″
5′ 7″ – 5′ 10″ 169cm – 178cm 17″ – 18″
5′ 11″ – 6′ 1″ 179cm – 185cm 19″ – 20″

What size bike do I need 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
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What size bike should I get if im 4 11?

Bike Size Chart/Bike Frame Size Chart

Height Bike Size
4’11” to 5’3” (150-160 cm) 13 to 15 inches
5’3” to 5’7” (160-170 cm) 15 to 16 inches
5’7” to 5’11” (170-180 cm) 16 to 17 inches
6’0” to 6’2” (180-188 cm) 17 to 19 inches

What age is 26 inch bike for?

Kids Bike Size Chart & Frame Size

Wheel Size Age (Years) Height (cm)
16 Inch / 18 Inch 5 – 7 112 – 127
20 Inch 6 – 9 117 – 136
24 Inch 8 – 11 127 – 145
26 Inch 9 – 12 138 – 154

What size mountain bike should I get if I’m 5 10?

#3 – Chart

Rider Height Suggested Mountain Frame Size
Feet & Inches Centimetres Frame Size (inches)
5’2″ – 5’6″ 158cm – 168cm 15″ – 16″
5’6″ – 5′ 10″ 168cm – 178cm 17″ – 18″
5’10” – 6’1″ 178cm – 185cm 19″ – 20″

Is my mountain bike too big?

If your back, shoulders, or wrists ache after a ride, that could be a sign that your bicycle frame is too big. But don’t head straight for a smaller frame—especially if you don’t have those symptoms. A larger frame works better for some riding styles. A bigger frame allows for looser handling, which some people prefer.