Improve Your Cycling Experience
There is nothing more important to the enjoyment of your bicycle than proper fit. Our fitting department is happy to help you achieve optimal comfort and efficiency. We have professionally trained bike fitters with credentials from Serotta and Trek, and we offer services for road, mountain, triathlon, and recreational cyclists. We also have a wide selection of products such as saddles and handlebars to help you dial in your bike fit. Learn more and contact us today to schedule your fit.
Please bring cycling clothing and cycling shoes to your fit. Fit service rates apply to fitting services; replacement parts not included.
ALL bike fits come with 90 day guarantee. Contact us for a follow up appointment.
Static Bike Fitting
FREE with the purchase of a new road or tri bike!
- Adjust cleat position
- Adjust saddle height
- Adjust saddle fore/aft
- Adjust handlebars/stem within limits of bike
Road - $100 | Tri/TT - $150
Why Get Fit?
Are you suffering from numbness or discomfort or just wondering if the bike fits you correctly? Looking to do well in your next event? We encourage you to call and schedule an appointment with our experienced staff to optimize your cycling experience. Everyone benefits from a good fit!
Some of the elements of bicycle fitting:
SIZE: Proper fitting starts with selecting the right size bike frame. Most of our bikes are not one-size-fits-all, but rather, come in different frame measurements to help you obtain the best overall fit. Frame size is usually measured along the length of the seat tube (the tube which supports a bike’s seat and seatpost). While measurement standards vary between manufacturers, we can help you determine the ideal range of sizes that would offer you the best match to your body type and riding style.
COMPONENTS: Beyond frame size, other components of a bike also contribute greatly to a good fit. Take seats, for instance. What's the best height for your bike seat? How far forward or back of center is your correct seat position? The tilt of the seat is also adjustable. Other factors to know more about include: stem length and height; crankarm length; and, what width and shape of handlebars work best for you.
STYLE: How does your riding style relate to proper fit? Let’s say you want to cruise the bike paths on a bike that lets you sit upright where you get a good view of the scenery. That calls for a different frame size, bike type and fit approach than a time-trial racer who needs to be positioned for optimum aerodynamics and speed.