What to expect?
A bike fit typically includes a thorough history, a comprehensive physical assessment, observation of current riding position, adjustments to bike and/or cleats, recommendations for new parts if necessary, and education on ways to improve riding efficiency.Physiotherapeutic exercises may also be recommended if strength or mobility deficits are identified during the assessment. Each bike fit is customized to the cycling experience of the individual and takes into account their current and past injuries, training volume, specific riding goals.
What to bring?
- A clean and functional bike
- Form-fitting clothing
- Cycling shoes
- Specialized tools for your bike (if applicable)
A full fit will take approximately 120 minutes. This includes a full history, physical assessment, observation of riding position, detailed adjustments to the back and front end of the bike, education on optimal cycling and pedalling techniques, and take-home therapeutic exercises to address any concerns observed in the assessment.
A quick fit session typically takes 30 to 45 minutes and covers cleat and saddle adjustments, observing cycling position, providing general technique advice, and suggesting any necessary hardware changes. This focused approach can lead to noticeable changes n power and may alleviate pain in areas like the low back, knee, and ankle.