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Tour de France giveaway — Buy a bike during the tour and get £500-worth of servicing.

The Team

Brad Wright - Co-Founder, Bike Builder, Club Rider

Brad has spent the best part of his life riding and building custom "Dream Build" bikes for clients all over the world. He's still a northern lad who loves quality and value. His bike builds and attention to detail have earned him a trusted reputation and an ever growing client list, from amateur club riders to the pro cyclists.

Brad's job is to ensure your ride is perfect. He can help with all technical questions and advice on what will work best for you.

Tris Kelly - Co-Founder, Business Manager, Club Rider

Tris is a lifelong adventurer who grew up in Wales. Tris has lived across Africa, the Far East and Middle Eastover past 20 years. Tris is most at home running, hiking or cycling on nearly every continents. 

Tris has built several business over the last two decades and runs the commercial operating at Raptor. 

Step 1

Find a tape

You'll also need a blank wall, pencil, book or spirit level, and ideally someone to help.

Step 2

Take your measurements

Measure your height and your inner leg. Then use the charts to find your bike size.

Step 3

Find your size

Finding the right size bike is crucial. Use the guides below to find the one for you.

Two-point sizing system.

Our sizing system takes the guesswork out of finding the right bike size. It requires two measurements. Your height and your inner leg. Follow the steps below to take your accurate measurements.

Your height

  1. Stand with your back to a wall and place a spirit level or book on your head parallel to the floor.
  2. Measure from the floor to the book or spirit level.
  3. Make a note of your height measurement.

Your Inner leg

  1. To make things easier wear your cycling bibs or some well-fitting underwear and stand with your back to the wall.
  2. Pull the book or spirit level up between your legs as close as possible to your sit bones.
  3. Measure from the floor to the top of the book or spirit level.
  4. Make a note of your inner leg measurement.
This measurement significantly influences your frame size – please make sure to take it precisely.

RS1 Size guide

RS1 Geometry

Let's chat

Interested in a Raptor?

If you're still unsure on sizing, would like to look at the bikes in person or just want a chat bikes over a coffee, book an appointment with one of our founder's below. Together we'll work out what's right for you.

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