is my bike compatible?
Ride more compatibility
5 easy steps to Check your bike
Ride More front mounts
You have checked the specs of your bike's steerer tube diameter, and it's not standard, 1 ¹/⁸". You might need an adapter-
- A quill adapter for your cruiser/commuter
- A larger spacer - 1 ¹/⁴" for an older Giant
- A lockring spacer for your Trek Knock Block system
- A Syncros adapter to flatten out those angled spacers on your Scott bike
Seat Post Matters
Chunky Seat Post? We got you.
For thicker seat posts - up to 34.9 mm:
- Remove the domed nut from the end of the Ride More rear clamp hand screw.
- This will allow the clamp to open up to 34.9mm.
- The domed nut is there only to protect the rider's inner thigh from the edge of the screw when clamped to very small diameter (27.2mm) seat posts.
- The nut may be stiff to unscrew as there is a small amount of threadlock on the inside.
E-Bikes, Fat Bikes, & Chunky Frames
Ride More seats are brilliant for e-bikes and bikes with chunky frames! Unless your e-bike frame is very narrow, or your battery pack is at the back, you will need an e-bike adapter to go with your seat. Which Adapter do you need?
Top Tube & Down Tube Width
- Standard Width (no Adapter): 68mm or less
- Wide Adapter: 68-97mm
- Extra Wide Adapter: 97-117mm
A little bit of extra information to help with compatibility. Not all of us are bike nerds, right!?
Steering tube - Biking background
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