Observation - Each fit session begins with an interview of the rider. We want to know why you are wanting a fit and your expectations for riding afterwards. Next, we watch the rider and begin to think about was to make improvements.

Measurement - Measuring the rider and the bike, before, during, and after the fit session helps our fitters find the ideal body position for every rider. We electronically store this information in our computers so that we can email you the results. This information can also be used as your bicycling goals evolve or your body changes.

Adjustment and Correction - During the fit we'll be making adjustments to your existing bike. This can be as simple as moving a saddle or seatpost, adjusting shoes or pedal systems, tilting handlebars. New parts such as saddles, stems, handlebars, and pedals may be needed to achieve the riding position most beneficial to each rider.

Feedback, feedback, feedback - Your fit doesn't end after the fit session. We want to hear back from you on the adjustments that were made after your body has had time to readjust itself. From there we may make additional slight adjustments to make it even better.

* Note: Drastic changes to a bicycle can alter the way it handles. Therefore, starting with a properly sized bike is important. Sometimes a different frame size or bike may be part of recommended corrections.

Fine Print
- one bike per fit session
- one pair of shoes per fit session (additional shoes $25)