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Pro Bike Fit

Improve Your Comfort & Performance

It can be one of the most neglected aspects of cycling, a properly fitting bike, and we're not just talking about seat height and saddle position; a true professional bike fitting ensures your bike, whether new or old, mountain or road, fits you the way it should, so you get the most out of your cycling experience with more comfort and less chance of injury.

Call or come in, to make an appointment with one of our three trained fit professionals. We'll take the time to explain the process and help make your experience on a bike even better.

Why choose our fitting service?

Our trained fitters have the knowledge and experience to tailor your fitting to your specific cycling needs. We take the time to ensure a real fit so your ridding experience gets better right away. You're not just numbers on a screen, so why get a generic fit? 

Bike Fit Options

Whether you’re on a brand new bike or you’re looking to shave seconds off of your next race time, you can benefit from a professional bike fit. Learn more about our fit services and schedule your appointment today.

Bike Sizing

Before we talk about anything else we take the time to size you correctly using accurate measurements and riding preferences. This is a free service we provide to guarantee we have you on the right bike.

Dynamic 2D Bike Fit 


  • Dynamic 2D Bike Fit Includes:
  • Dynamic Saddle height adjustment
  • Dynamic saddle fore/ aft adjustment
  • Dynamic handlebar height adjustment
  • Cleat adjustment

Advanced 3D Bike Fit


  • Dynamic 2D Fit Plus:
  • Advanced flexibility assessment
  • Advanced structural assessment
  • Footbed fitting
  • Hip/ knee/ foot alignment
  • Other adjustment as needed

Contact us to schedule your bike fit today.

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Pre-Fit Interview > The pre-fit interview is intended to be a quick scan to sharpen the focus of the flexibility assessment. By asking structured questions relating to injury history of specific body parts or joints, the fitter can anticipate problems with flexibility that will affect the rider's saddle position, handlebar drop and stance width.

20-point Flexibility Assessment > This evaluation gains an accurate picture of the rider's flexibility and other physical attributes, including foot structure assessment, knee position, spinal curve, shoulder extension, hip flexion and leg length, among others. 

Side View Fit > The goal is to fit the bike so the rider is comfortable with their hands in the hoods, tops, and drops so they can gain the advantage of each riding position, to do this all three must be comfortable and usable. Finding a good "neutral" position for the rider allows them to adapt to changes in terrain, cadence and effort.

Front View Fit > Focused on the finer points of a rider's alignment, pedal stoke and bio-mechanics, this step makes specific adjustments to position in order to optimize performance and comfort. These adjustments are made to align the rider squarely on the saddle so that they can achieve balanced power delivery from the whole body.

If the Shoe Fits

For maximum power transfer on the road or trail and for exceptional comfort on a spin bike, we recommend clipless cycling shoes and pedals. With stiffer soles and the ability to click into and out of your pedal system easily, cycling shoes make your ride and your workout more efficient, more effective, and more comfortable. Never get stuck in a toe cage again!