The Fit Studio Process
Step 1: Pre-Fit Interview
These questions allow your fitter to sharpen the focus of the flexibility assessment. By learning your injury and riding history, flexibility issues that will affect your saddle position, handlebar drop, and stance width can be anticipated.
Step 2: 10-point Flexibility Assesment
This series of evaluations provides an accurate picture of your flexibility and other physical attributes that will determine your final riding position. Assessments include foot structure, knee position, spinal curve, and hip flexion, among others.
Step 3: Side View Analysis
By assessing the side view of you on your bike, your fitter will establish a correct neutral position that’s both powerful and comfortable by precisely adjusting seat height, handlebar height, stem length, and cleat position.
Step 4: Front View Analysis
Analysis from a frontal view will optimize your hip, knee, and foot alignment for greater performance and balanced power delivery. This includes analysis of pedal and shoe placement and squareness on the saddle.
Step 5: Follow Up
After a week or so, our technician will call you to discuss the effectiveness of the adjustments and answer any other questions or concerns you may have.