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    Saddle Height (A)
    Saddle Setback (B)
    Reach to Bar (C)
    Bar Drop (D)
    Stem Length

    *all numbers are in mm

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WHAT IS A CONTACT POINT SEARCH

The Contact Point tool can be used either with dimensions taken from your current bike or with dimensions from bike fit data sheets (Retul, BG, Cyclefit etc).

Contact points are effectively your positional reference points on the bike and are used to  measure your position. They are not geometric measurements. This tool converts your positional reference points into geometric measurements and recommends bikes based on those measurements.

If you have had a bike fit you almost certainly will have contact points noted there. Please compare those with the definitions listed here to make sure the measurements correlate before using the search tool.

If you do not have bike fit data and would like to measure the contact points on your existing bike please use the instructions below.

HOW TO USE THE CONTACT POINT TOOL

Measurements:

(A) Saddle Height (Centre of Bottom Bracket to Top of Saddle)
(B) Saddle Setback (Tip of Saddle forward to centre of botom bracket)
(C) Reach to Bar (Tip of Saddle to Centre of Bar)
(D) Bar Drop (Ground to Top of Saddle - Ground to Top of Bar)

Please note: All measurements must be accurate to the millimetre. We highly recommend you enlist the help of a bike fitting professional.

POINTERS AND TIPS FOR USING THE CONTACT POINT TOOL

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GENERAL
As with all three search functions on this site, the Contact Point system works works off the assumption that your existing bike is set up correctly or at least satisfatorily, and that you are not looking to dramatically change any aspect of your current position. If in doubt as to whether your setup is correct or not we always recommend you get a real-time bike fit prior to using this search tool.
RESULTS
The results you get by using the Contact Point search tool are neither a recommendation of bike size nor of position. They are simply size/shape results based on the dimensions derived from your existing bike or from a bike fit data sheet.
 
  • A) ESTIMATED FRAME SIZE
    The approximate traditional frame size suggestion is based purely on your current saddle height (A), and makes the assumption that that dimension is correct. If in doubt please use one of the saddle height calculators on this page to compare against.
  • B) TOP TUBE LENGTH
    The top tube length recommendation is possibly the most difficult dimension to establish, due to the widely varying seat tube angles available.

    Top tube length goes hand in hand with stem length, so changing your stem selection will render different top tube length results.

  • C) HEAD TUBE MIN/MAX
    The min/max head tube length results will be based on the stem length/rise configuration you have selected. Changing the stem selection will change the results you receive.
  • D) STACK & REACH
    The min/max stack & reach numbers you receive will be based on the stem length/rise configuration you have selected. Changing the stem selection will change the results you offered by the database.
  • E) STEM LENGTH/RISE
    Stem choice is key to achieving useful results. Changing stem configuration will alter the results and can help fit you to a bike which might otherwise not fit. Thus, you can either:
  • a) select a stem matching the one on your measured bike (assuming thats what you want to use on your new bike)
  • b) or select a different stem (assuming your current stem is not ideal)

Results

Resuts include all bikes within the parameters you have set and include the year model due to the fact that geometries sometimes change. In the event of limited or no results use the message box on this page and we will get back to you within 24 hours to resolve the problem.

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