The configurator helps you to find the geometry that fits you best or the one you have chosen for your Liteville. The operation is super easy! In the left-hand column you can find either drop-down menus or insert windows for the respective values impacting the geometry of the frame. After a successful choice or input, the configurator provides you with the right geometry data. In order for you to compare different choices, you may generate up to three different configurations simultaneously.

Measure the height of the fork insert

The height of the fork is measured from the front axle to the bottom of the steering head. The height of the fork may vary between different fork manufacturers as well as different fork models and depends on the travel as well as the size of the front wheel. This is why this measurement fundamentally changes the overall geometry of the bike. You can find the exact height of the fork insert on the manufacturer’s website or you can use the following standard values:

Fork for 26” front wheels

140 mm travel, height of fork insert: 520 mm 160 mm travel, height of fork insert: 540 mm 180 mm travel, height of fork insert: 560 mm

Fork for 27,5” front wheels

140 mm travel, height of fork insert: 530 mm 160 mm travel, height of fork insert: 550 mm 180 mm travel, height of fork insert: 570 mm

Fork for 29” front wheels

120 mm travel, height of fork insert: 530 mm 140 mm travel, height of fork insert: 550 mm 160 mm travel, height of fork insert: 570 mm

Fork offset

The exact measure of the fork’s offset can be found on the website of the fork’s manufacturer. Alternatively, you may use the following standard measurements:

Fork for 26” front wheel, fork offset approx. 32 – 37 mm Fork for 27,5” front wheel, fork offset approx. 40 - 45 mm Fork for 29” front wheel, fork offset approx. 45 - 50 mm

Measure the seat height

The seat height does not have a lot of impact on the overall geometry of the bike and can thus be standardized with 650 mm. For all those that are interested anyways: the seat height is the distance between the bottom bracket and the saddle. To be more precise: the distance between the center of the bottom bracket and the top end of the saddle right above the seat post. You can measure the seat height at your “old” bike and insert the value afterwards.

Measure the right wheel size

The size of the wheel cruelly depends on the size of the tire. This is why we provide you with the option to type in the exact wheel size diameter. Simply measure the distance from the bottom to the axle and multiply it by two. This is how you evaluate the precise wheel diameter.

Alternatively, you may use the following measurements:

Wheel size 24” – 635 mm Wheel size 26” – 685 mm Wheel size 27,5” – 705 mm Wheel size 29” – 740 mm

The size of the front wheel may not be smaller than the rear wheel.

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Measure the height of the fork insert

The height of the fork is measured from the front axle to the bottom of the steering head. The height of the fork may vary between different fork manufacturers as well as different fork models and depends on the travel as well as the size of the front wheel. This is why this measurement fundamentally changes the overall geometry of the bike. You can find the exact height of the fork insert on the manufacturer’s website or you can use the following standard values:

Fork for 26” front wheels

140 mm travel, height of fork insert: 520 mm 160 mm travel, height of fork insert: 540 mm 180 mm travel, height of fork insert: 560 mm

Fork for 27,5” front wheels

140 mm travel, height of fork insert: 530 mm 160 mm travel, height of fork insert: 550 mm 180 mm travel, height of fork insert: 570 mm

Fork for 29” front wheels

120 mm travel, height of fork insert: 530 mm 140 mm travel, height of fork insert: 550 mm 160 mm travel, height of fork insert: 570 mm

Fork offset

The exact measure of the fork’s offset can be found on the website of the fork’s manufacturer. Alternatively, you may use the following standard measurements:

Fork for 26” front wheel, fork offset approx. 32 – 37 mm Fork for 27,5” front wheel, fork offset approx. 40 - 45 mm Fork for 29” front wheel, fork offset approx. 45 - 50 mm

Measure the seat height

The seat height does not have a lot of impact on the overall geometry of the bike and can thus be standardized with 650 mm. For all those that are interested anyways: the seat height is the distance between the bottom bracket and the saddle. To be more precise: the distance between the center of the bottom bracket and the top end of the saddle right above the seat post. You can measure the seat height at your “old” bike and insert the value afterwards.

Measure the right wheel size

The size of the wheel cruelly depends on the size of the tire. This is why we provide you with the option to type in the exact wheel size diameter. Simply measure the distance from the bottom to the axle and multiply it by two. This is how you evaluate the precise wheel diameter.

Alternatively, you may use the following measurements:

Wheel size 24” – 635 mm Wheel size 26” – 685 mm Wheel size 27,5” – 705 mm Wheel size 29” – 740 mm

The size of the front wheel may not be smaller than the rear wheel.

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Please hover over the error icon to display additional information for the specific value.