Elves Bikes Sizing Chart and Guide (2023)

In this article, our road bike specialist Bernard Lu guides you on how to find your ideal Elves road bike size.

Experienced cyclist turned writer with 7+ years working in bike shops, overseeing retail and workshop operations.

The Elves bikes sizing chart is a general guideline and provides a general idea of your bike size.

There are other factors such as body proportions, fitness levels, type of riding, and riding experience also play an important role in determining the ideal fit. For the best results, consider a professional bike fit or consult your local bike store.

You could find yourself in between sizes for certain DARE bike models with overlapping sizes. If this occurs, consider opting for the smaller size to ensure better bike control and a more comfortable ride.

Elves Falath

Elves Falath Pro Shimano Dura-Ace Di2
Elves Falath Pro

The Elves Falath is an aero road bike.

Rider height (in)Rider height (cm)Elves Falath size
5’2″ to 5’6″158 to 16846
5’5″ to 5’8″165 to 17349
5’6″ to 5’9″168 to 17552
5’7″ to 5’10”170 to 17854
5’8″ to 6’0″173 to 18356
5’9″ to 6’1″176 to 18659
6’0″ to 6’4″184 to 19261
Elves Falath bike size chart vs height. Source: Elves

Elves Vanyar

Elves Vanyar Disc Frameset
Elves Vanyar

The Elves Vanyar is an all-rounder road bike.

Rider height (in)Rider height (cm)Elves Vanyar size
5’2″ to 5’5″158 to 16546
5’4″ to 5’8″163 to 17248
5’7″ to 5’10”170 to 17759
5’9″ to 6’0″175 to 18252
5’11” to 6’1″180 to 18554
6’0″ to 6’3″182 to 19056
Elves Vanyar bike size chart vs height. Source: Elves

Elves Eglath

Elves Eglath Disc Pro Shimano Diura-Ace Di2
Elves Eglath

The Elves Eglath is an endurance road bike.

Rider height (in)Rider height (cm)Elves Eglath size
5’1″ to 5’5″154 to 16444
5’3″ to 5’7″161 to 17047
5’6″ to 5’9″167 to 17650
5’8″ to 6’0″173 to 18353
5’11” to 6’3″180 to 19056
Elves Eglath bike size chart vs height. Source: Elves

Elves bikes

Bernard Lu at Mr.Mamil

Bernard Lu has 7+ years of experience working in a bicycle shop, overseeing the retail and workshop operations. He’s a qualified bicycle mechanic who understands a cyclist’s needs and speaks the same cycling lingo.

If you meet him at the cafe, he will happily talk to you for hours about all the intricacies of bikes and cycling tech. Just buy him a coffee next time you see him.