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You have small hands ie. you wear size women's medium or smaller gloves you'll appreciate the smaller diameter handlebar and short reach brake/shift levers on some women's models. Likewise, women's models often have a more narrow handlebar, which is good if you have narrow shoulders.
What's a women's bike? There's no true standard. Generally, though, it's a bike designed Nike Sweater Hoodie
You're of average height (5'4") or shorter. Women's models almost always have smaller size runs.
You want a ride that's pink or powder blue. Many bike makers still feminize the look of their women's models. Hey, it's a free country so if you like the girlie look and the fit is right, go for it.
You have a short torso or short arms, or simply prefer a riding position where you feel less stretched out. The shorter saddle to bar distance on women's bikes will provide a more comfortable reach.
As always, the best advice for buying a bike is to go to a knowledgeable local shop, where a salesman will take the time to fit you properly on a bike. That said, here are some signs you may be particularly suited to a women's specific bike:
to have a shorter distance from the saddle to the handlebar for an easier reach, since women tend to have shorter torsos and arms than men.
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Oh, and one more issue to keep in mind: Even if you end up buying a unisex bike (as I did), you'll want to ask the shop to switch the saddle to a women's model (as I did, after a few months of suffering). This is one area where men's and women's proportions are undeniably different. Women's saddles accommodate wider sit bones and relieve pressure in key areas. I do know some women who swear that their men's saddles are perfectly comfortable, but I don't believe them. Happy shopping.
After riding dozens of bikes in the past year both unisex and women's specific I will now give the definitive answer to which camp is right: They both are. With all the non women's options out there, just about every woman could find a unisex bike that fits if you look hard enough. (I've even seen unisex bikes small enough to fit someone under 5'.)
You have a touchy lower back. Being too stretched out on a bike can lead to lower back pain. So can pedaling in a gear that's too hard. In addition to a shorter saddle handlebar distance, many women's bikes also have a slightly raised handlebar both will help ease tension on the lower back. And so will the gearing on many women's bikes, which by using a triple crankset, or the increasingly popular compact gearing, offers plenty of forgiving gears.
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Still, the biggest lesson I've learned is that it's worth at least test riding one women's bike before you buy, even if you (like me) are more man sized and start out thinking you don't need one. (Full disclosure: 5'8", 32 inch inseam, big hands, long ish arms.) If you're about my height or under, whether beginner or aggressive veteran, you can find a women's bike to suit your style that will provide surprising comfort touches.
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bike should be gender specific. There's the group that says, "a bike is a bike as long as it's the right size, there's no need to designate it for women." I used to fall squarely in this camp, perhaps because of lingering little sister syndrome, which manifests itself these days as a stubborn desire to keep up with, or beat, men and to be treated no differently, like with a separate bike. The other group is the "women's bodies Nike Womens Parka are different, and we need a bike that takes those differences into account" camp.
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