Body Geometry Fit


Bike Fitting

It's all about the fit.

"Your fit on the bike is super important and it affects your power, comfort, and efficiency - that's why I have always focused on proper fit. For me, cycling is about pushing yourself, but there is a difference between training and racing, and suffering with a bad fit." -Levi Leipheimer, Omega Pharma - Quickstep

Whether you're just starting out as a rider or a seasoned professional, having a poor fit can greatly affect the quality and enjoyment of your ride. While there are many fit services to choose from, Body Geometry FIT is the most comprehensive fit system available to all riders. It goes beyond the basics offered by competitors, and is an individualized, scientifically proven system focusing on all the aspects of a rider's position.

What to Expect

Every fit, whether you're a novice or an experienced cyclist, starts with a brief interview between you and your trained Body Geometry FIT technician. The 2-3 hour body geometry FIT process that follows will help your fitter fully understand you, your riding, and your body's needs through the following: 

Pre-Fit Interview

These questions allow your fitter to sharpen the focus of their 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.

20-Point Flexibility Assessment

These questions allow your fitter to sharpen the focus of their 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.

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.

Front View Analysis

Analysis from frontal view will optimize your hip, knee, and foot alignment for greater performance and balanced power delivery. This includes and analysis of pedal and shoe placement, and squareness on the saddle.

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.

$175 With a new bike purchase. $250 with an existing bike.