Find Your Fit Fitwell Rider Profiles

We build our bikes around your body using 3 simple targets:

Fit Index + Riding Goals + Flexibility

We take those inputs and create a set of dimensions that we design our bikes around to guarantee the bikes ride and fit as you would expect. Check out our Fit profile diagrams below to get an idea of which fit looks like you.

Fit Index What's Your Number?

Your fit index is a number that represents the ratio of your torso length to your overall body height. Gender does not determine your optimal fit. Fit Index is a true indicator of fit.

Inseam

Standing barefoot measure from the floor all the way to the pelvic bone.

Height

Height

Standing barefoot measure from the floor all the way to top of head.

Fit Index

Fit Index

Fit Index is on a scale or 1-10. A negative or greater index numbers are possible.

Calculate your Fit Index



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A higher Fit Index have a proportionally longer torso requiring less handlebar height (stack) and more saddle to handlebar length (reach). A lower Fit Index have proportionally long legs, needing the opposite, more stack and less reach.

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Your Fit What's Your Name?

Use your Fit Index, riding goals and flexibility to find your fit below.
After you have found a name you can join a family!

Alex Fit

Performance position fully engages your muscles to drive the bike forward, but requires good flexibility and core strength to maintain.

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Fit Index

3-6 Long Torso

Riding Goals:
Driven to constantly improve on past performances. Connection to the equipment is a must. Needs to feel in tune with the equipment to get the most out of every effort. Getting everything just right is so critical.

Flexibility:
Fingers reach below the ankle and to the floor on a good day, No limiting pain or stiffness in the back shoulders or neck.

Does Alex sound like you?

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Drew Fit

Performance position fully engages your muscles to drive the bike forward, but requires good flexibility and core strength to maintain.

Fit Index

0-3 Long Legs

Riding Goals:
Driven to constantly improve on past performances. Connection to the equipment is a must. Needs to feel in tune with the equipment to get the most out of every effort. Getting everything just right is so critical.

Flexibility:
Fingers reach below the ankle and to the floor on a good day, No limiting pain or stiffness in the back shoulders or neck.

Does Drew sound like you?

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Riley Fit

Relaxed riding position. Locating the handlebars level with the saddle position takes a load off the hands and shoulders while maintaining some efficiency benefit.

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Fit Index

0-6 Long Legs

Riding Goals:
Rides frequently as part of an active lifestyle. Getting a good workout in is just as important as the route and the company. Seeks to balance fun and fitness.

Flexibility:
Hands on the shin is usually the best you can manage. A little neck and/or shoulder pain can be a consideration for me.

Does Riley sound like you?

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Morgan Fit

Relaxed upright position is easy to maintain for long periods, but makes it harder to go fast. Most of your weight transfers to the saddle and off your hands.

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Fit Index

0-6 Long Legs

Riding Goals:
Rides frequently as part of an active lifestyle. Getting a good workout in is just as important as the route and the company. Seeks to balance fun and fitness.

Flexibility:
Hands on the shin is usually the best you can manage. A little neck and/or shoulder pain can be a consideration for me.

Does Morgan sound like you?

Join a Family

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Use your fit, aka name, to find a bike from our two powerful families.

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