When to get a fit

When buying a new bike

Knowing the nuances and measurements of your body can help guide your purchases to select a bike that better fits you from the start, enabling you to get the most out of your ride.

When setting new goals

If you’re looking to increase your training volume or speed, a proper bike fitting can help reduce your chances of injury, and increase efficiency and power as your adapt to your new regimen.

Your fitness has improved

Have you made significant changes to your strength or flexibility recently? A bike fit can ensure that you continue to maximize your power, endurance and comfort.

5 Steps to your perfect fit

Body Geometry Fit enables riders to maximise power, endurance and comfort. During your personal Body Geometry Fit session, a trained specialist will assess your individual needs and systematically tailor your bike position and equipment to your body.

Interview

A Body Geometry Fit Specialist will learn about how you ride, your cycling goals and other pertinent information to understand your needs as a rider

Physical Assessment

Your Fit Specialist will administer a comprehensive 18-step process to determine the flexibility and dimensions of your body. This is critical to guide the customization of your bike position and equipment

Ride Analysis

Your Fit Specialist will visually assess your position on the bike will you ride. This provides additional information to optimize your position and equipment.

Fitting

During this 15-step process, the Fit Specialist will personalise your bike position and equipment choice. In the end, saddle selection and position, shoes, footbeds, cleat position, and handlebar position are all optimised to your body.

Follow Up

At the conclusion of the process, the Fit Specialist will schedule a follow-up to review your adaption to the new position, answer your questions, and provide guidance on how to get the most out of your ride.