Fit Service Options & Prices
- Triathlon & TT bike fit - $250.00
- Road Bike Full Fit - $150.00
- Montain Bike fit (shock weight set) - $100.00
- Saddle Fit- $50.00
- Cleat & Shoe fit - $50.00
Our fit specialists
Our fit specialists manage their own schedules so please contact one of our stores or the fit specialist directly.
- In Dublin:
- In Livermore:
Steve Howard & Steve Carkeek call our Livermore location to book or consult for a fit.
- In Alamo:
Eric Henry call our Alalmo location to book or consult for a fit.
The pieces of a good bike fit. . . . .
In bicycle fit you have a large dynamic component, the human body, and the interplay of a static element, the bike. The human cyclist will have ongoing changes in form, flexibility, range of motion, fitness and body dynamics that can change on a continuously variable time line. The bicycle is for all intents and purposes a static input, insomuch as the frame does not change or the seat height and saddle fore aft does not alter by itself or from ride to ride (unless your mechanic is not doing their job). The position of the rider's body is typically set to find a balance and cohesion between comfort, power generation and efficiency. Comfort is about allowing the cyclist to meet these needs without necessarily experiencing reduced performance or efficiency.
The mystery of fit . . . not as much as you think.
The success of a road bike fit is centered upon meeting the current riding demands and future potential needs of the cyclist's riding and paying heed to current physical or biomechanical restrictions.
I am a recreational rider. Do I need a professional fit?
The benefit of optimal fit is a cycling based performance and comfort parameter, both of which are of benefit to both beginners and experienced endurance cyclists and racers. The true goal of bike fit is to mitigate the potential for chronic stress and discomfort and the potential resulting injury by mitigating acute
Power, Comfort & Fit
Riding a bike is principally about power generation and the work that has to be completed to produce the required power to move the bike forward at the desired speed. Comfort is not a feature to be sacrificed at the expense of power and performance, it is simply