Bike Size Chart – How To pick the right bike.

Ordering your bicycle on www.livenupconcepts.com is easy and convenient. Don’t worry about the fact that you might think you have to try your bike first. Just follow our guide and if you still need any assistance, please feel free to contact our customer care number or just visit our store (Google Maps Livenup Concepts) and we will be happy to help.

Step One:  Usage

Decide your usage. What is your riding pattern look like?  Livenup Concepts chart will assist you to come close to your requirement . Click here to refer our chart

MTB Usage

  • Monthly usage of less than 200kms
  • Recreational activities
  • Speed: Not Important
  • Less than 10kms per ride average
  • FQ: Low – Medium
  • Designed for: Bad Roads/ Off Roads
  • Mostly with Suspension
  • Mostly thicker tyres with buttons

Hybrid Usage

  • Monthly usage of more than 150kms
  • Fitness activities
  • Speed: Important
  • More than 8kms per ride average
  • F Q: Medium to High
  • Designed for: City, touring, Comfort
  • With and without Suspension
  • Mostly thinner tyre with less buttons

Road Usage

  • Monthly usahe of more than 300kms
  • High Fitness driven activities
  • Speed: Very Important
  • More than 25kms per Ride average
  • F Q: High to Very High
  • Designed for: Race, Endurance, Speed
  • Mostly without Suspension
  • Always thin tyres with less buttons

E Cycles Usage

  • Monthly usage of 250kms
  • Commute activities
  • Speed: Important
  • More than 8kms per ride average
  • FQ: Low – Medium
  • Designed for: City commute
  • With and without Suspensio
  • Mostly thicker tyres with buttons

Step Two: Frame Size

Once you have decided your usage. Check your height for the recommended frame size and where you fit in. If you still need any assistance, please feel free to contact our customer care number or just visit our store and we will be happy to help.

 Step Three: Budgets

The options available to consumer are varied in India. The pricing depends primarily on the frame materials (Aluminium Alloy or Steel or Carbon) and the components (Gear Transmission, Fork Built; and other such components) that come with the bike.  Do keep a price range in mind when you are researching for cycles.

Step Four: Consult Us

If for any reasons you are still have your doubts not cleared, please do call us or visit our showroom and we will be happy to help.

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