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To determine if a bike is the right size, here are some recommendations and tips:

1. Crotch height:

Standing over the bike frame, check that you have enough clearance between your crotch and the frame's horizontal bar. Ideally, there should be about 2 to 4 centimeters of clearance.

2. Saddle adjustment:

When seated in the saddle, your leg should be slightly bent when the pedal is in the down position. If your leg is completely extended or bent too much, adjust the saddle height accordingly.

3. Top tube length:

The distance between saddle and handlebars, measured along the top tube, should allow you to lean forward slightly without being too stretched or compacted. Make sure your posture is comfortable.

4. Handlebar adjustment:

The height and inclination of the handlebars should allow you to take a comfortable position without too much tension in the shoulders, neck or arms. The handlebars should not be too low or too high in relation to the saddle.

5. Stability and control:

When riding, check that you feel stable and in control of the bike. If you have difficulty maneuvering or feel unsteady, this may indicate that the bike is not the right size for you.

6. Comfort and endurance:

Take an extended ride to assess your comfort on the bike. Make sure you don't have excessive pain or discomfort in your back, shoulders, neck, arms, or knees. An improperly adjusted bike can cause pain and muscle strain.

7. Consult a professional:

If you have any doubts about the fit of your bike, consult a cycling professional. They can perform a thorough analysis of your position on the bike and make additional adjustments or recommendations if necessary.

By following these tips and assessing your comfort, control and stability on the bike, you can determine if it is the right size for you.