Have you ever looked at a photo of a particular motorcycle and wondered how well you would fit? Sometimes that great looking bike is a nightmare when you actually try to fit yourself to the proportions of the seat, bars and foot pegs. So, without finding one to sit on, how can you tell? Try Cycle Ergo. It’s a graphic program where you select the model you’re interested in, plug in your measurements of height and inseam and the graphic gives you a pretty good idea of how your body would be positioned. You can make adjustments to raise and lower the seat, change the bar position and you can even compare two or more motorcycles at the same time. There’s a fair selection of bikes to choose from so if the one you want to see isn’t there, maybe you can find one that’s close.
It’s certainly not going to be perfect, but it’s a neat tool to get a general idea.
The site is just the one page and there’s no information about who put this out there, but I think it’s pretty neat.
Thanks for the tip, Jake!
Link: Cycle Ergo