I ask, because if it's the bike below, then you'll have even more trouble throwing your leg over with the Trekking Xduro 4.0. According to the chart below, the Pedego Interceptor has a standover height of 17 inches, whereas size M for the Trekking Xduro 4.0 has a standover height of 810mm (31.8 inches). If you have troubles throwing your leg over the bike, you might want to consider the low-step version of the Trekking Xduro 4.0, which has different dimensions but also a lower standover height. With the regular Trekking Xduro 4.0 model, you'd want a size M, whereas with the low-step version you'd probably want a size L. The disadvantage of size L in low-step is that the top tube is rather long, meaning that you'd have a less upright position. Whatever make, model, or version you choose, I suggest you look at the frame geometry very closely.Thanks to everyone for their responses.
JayVee, I'll have to check, it's a classic and I believe they only come in one size. It's comfortable but it's a stretch to get my leg over the seat sometimes when I'm mounting the bike.
Might want to take a look at bikes with step thru frames too. Just make sure the frame is solidly built. Otherwise you’ll have wobble, which you don’t want.
There's a whole thread here: