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Size Chart

SizeRider Height
S14'11" - 5'3"150 - 160
S25'2" - 5'8"157 - 173
S35''5" - 5'11"165 - 180
S45'8" - 6'2"173 - 188
S5 5'10" - 6'4"178 - 193
S66'2" - 6'8"188 - 203
Riders between sizes may size up or down according to riding style, body proportions, or personal preference. The best thing you can do is compare sizes in person – we recommend calling your nearest evo store to check availability. If this isn't possible, consider the following: 

Riding Style

Sizing up provides greater stability at speed and through rough terrain. On the flip side, it can be more cumbersome to navigate tight corners and obstacles.

Sizing down can make a bike feel more playful, nimble, and sensitive to rider input. However, it will require more precision with body positioning to maintain proper weight distribution.

Body Proportions

Riders with longer torsos or arms often size up to avoid feeling cramped.

Riders with shorter torsos or longer legs often size down to get the best fit.

Comparing reach and stack measurements to a bike you already know can provide a rough idea of how a particular size will feel. Switching out certain components, like the handlebar or stem, can further optimize your fit. We recommend chatting with an expert first to assess how this may affect bike handling. 


Reach (A)400425450475500530
Stack (B)608618627640644667
Effective Top Tube (C)541573595624647677
Seat Tube (D)385385405425445465
Head Tube Angle (E)64.5°64.5°64.5°64.5°64.5°64.5°
Seat Tube Angle (F)77°76.5°77.2°76.9°77.3°77.6°
Chainstay Length (G)430432435435445445
BB Height (H)334337337337337337
BB Drop (I)413838383838
Head Tube Length (J)95100110125140155
Wheelbase (K)114911811213124412851322
Standover Height (L)738751745745745751
bike geometry diagram
Measurements displayed in 'low' setting. All measurements in mm unless otherwise indicated. 

  If you have questions about sizing, please contact us or visit an evo store to speak to an expert.