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Official BiKyle Fitting Form ~

The following is the one-and-only OFFICIAL BiKyle Custom Fitting form. When purchasing a BiKyle frame or bicycle, you are encouraged to fill out the following information and submit it with your order. Select "BiKyle" as the size in your order. The BiKyle staff will send both your order and fitting information to Kyle. He will personally calculate your perfect positioning and sizing before finalizing your bike or frame dimensions with you. Kyle will also provide you with precise crank length, handlebar sizing, stem length, bar drop, and saddle positioning in all 3 planes to properly complete your new dream machine.

Note: Kyle's 35 years of fitting expertise is offered at no additional charge with every BiKyle frame or bike order. We must, of course, have BOTH your Fitting Form AND your bike or frame order before we can submit your measurements to Kyle. Select "BiKyle" as the size in your order.


BiKyle Order Number:     (this number is printed on your BiKyle frame or bike order)


  1. Start by providing the following contact information:
          First Name 
           Last Name 
      Middle Initial 
              E-mail 	  Phone 

bulletLet's get the vital info plus some very important measurements:
             Sex Male Female
           Height (cm preferred, but inches OK)
  Current Weight: lbs   Weight Goal: lbs
You can measure in inches or centimeters, but let us know which you are using:Inches: Centimeters:


Chest:    (just under the armpits, arms at side, breathing naturally)  


Waist:    (thinnest part, breathing naturally)


Hips:   (widest part)


Shoe size:   (American dress shoe)


Inseam and Thigh Measurements:


Inseam:   (Do this in stocking feet shoulder width apart. Firmly snug in the crotch, almost to the bone, then down to the ground. )


Thigh: (As for inseam, but this time kneel down then measure to the floor)



Leg Measurement:

This is an especially important measurement. View the above picture very carefully then have an assistant measure you several times on each leg until you are sure you have it correct.


Right leg - center of upper leg joint to ground:   


Left leg - center of upper leg joint to ground:



Torso Measurements:

Feel around in your pelvic area until you find the very TOP of your pubic plate. Measure from that spot up to the top of your sternum, right where the soft tissue of your neck starts.


Torso 1 - sternum to top of pelvic plate:


This measure runs from the top of your sternum again. But this time it goes all the way down to your crotch, the top of your inseam. To make it easy, place a book or similar object up snugly into your inseam/crotch area. Measure from the top of that book up to the top of your sternum.

Torso2 - sternum to crotch:





Arms down to wrist:

The measuring spot at the top of your arm is right where the upper arm bone ends. If you raise your arm up the side you will feel a small gully created between your upper arm and your shoulder. Measure from the middle of that gully. On the wrist, find the spot where the wrist bone juts out to the side.


Right Arm - shoulder to wrist:        Left Arm - shoulder to wrist:  



Arms including hand:

Once again, find that gully where your upper arm meets your shoulder. Measure from there down to the knuckle on your middle finger.


Right Arm - shoulder to knuckle:       Left Arm - shoulder to knuckle:




Width of Shoulders:

Find the two gullies where your upper arms meet your shoulders. Measure across your upper chest from gully to gully.

Shoulder width:     


Length of Forearm:

Bend one arm at the elbow then make a fist. Measure from the end of your elbow to the end of the knuckle on your middle finger.




Pedals: What pedals you will use (Make and Model):  

That's all there is to it! Review your numbers then click SUBMIT. We will include the fit numbers with your order. Kyle will personally do the calculations then promptly contact you with his recommendations.



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