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Women Specific - Many bike brands now design and build frames with women-specific geometry. These designs are based around research and data collected into the average female body. Some brands build frames around the traditional 'short torso and arms with longer legs' view of women's body shapes. This means shorter top tubes and reduced stem lengths to create what is, in some cases, an exceptionally short bike. This reduces the stretch to the bars and can make riding more comfortable if you’re shorter than average or petite. If you’re not, it can adversely affect your weight distribution on the bike, making it harder to find where to position your body, which can in turn affect how the bike handles. Some female cyclists, however, prefer a more stretched-out, aggressive riding position – so other brands have concentrated on providing a wider range of sizes of standard 'male' or 'unisex' frames.

Women Specific

Many bike brands now design and build frames with women-specific geometry. These designs are based around research and data collected into the average female body. Some brands build frames around the traditional 'short torso and arms with longer legs' view of women's body shapes. This means shorter top tubes and reduced stem lengths to create what is, in some cases, an exceptionally short bike. This reduces the stretch to the bars and can make riding more comfortable if you’re shorter than average or petite. If you’re not, it can adversely affect your weight distribution on the bike, making it harder to find where to position your body, which can in turn affect how the bike handles. Some female cyclists, however, prefer a more stretched-out, aggressive riding position – so other brands have concentrated on providing a wider range of sizes of standard 'male' or 'unisex' frames.

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