Who does not know this situation as a customer: You have chosen your favorite model on our website and have already imagined where the first trip with your SUSHI will take you. But suddenly you notice when ordering that the Maki comes in three different frame sizes and the California Roll doesn't even have one - why is that and what's the frame size all about?
The Maki has three frame sizes, the California Roll only one.
The rule here is: one size fits all. The California Roll has only one size of 50 cm and fits everyone from 155 cm to 180 cm. Are you under 155 cm or over 185 cm tall? No problem! We have the opportunity to test the bike on a test ride in Munich, where we would be happy to advise you personally and adjust the bike to your height.
With the Maki, our three frame sizes apply: S (under 172 cm), M (173 - 179 cm) and L (over 180 cm). If your body size is between two frame sizes, it is up to you and a matter of taste whether you want it smaller and more manoeuvrable or larger with smoother running.
To know for sure, you can test the standover height by standing with both feet on the ground. If there is still enough space between the crotch and the top tube, you have found the right frame size. But there should not be too much space in between.
If in doubt, the same applies here: Arrange a test drive and let us advise you.How do I adjust my seat correctly? As a rule, the saddle height corresponds to your hip bone height.
If you want to be precise, you can sit on the bike and place one of your two heels on the pedal in a 90 degree position. The seat is optimally adjusted when there is a minimal angle in the knee and the leg is therefore not fully extended.
For an upright and healthy posture, the saddle is pushed backwards or forwards so that a straight line can be seen from the shoulder to the wrist while riding.