Cockpit length

: This article describes how we find a rider's proper cockpit length.

F.I.S.T. Axioms

: This second in a series of articles describing our tri bike fit system lays out the axioms on which our F.I.S.T. system relies.

F.I.S.T. Protocol

: This third article in our series on tri bike fit lays out the fitting protocol.

Hip angle

: This description of how to determine the proper tri bike riding hip angle is part of a process in which we describe the F.I.S.T. tri bike fitting process.

Measuring conventions

: In this continuation of our series on tri bike fit, we tell you what we mean by terms like "seat angle" and "hip angle," that is, what landmarks we measure to, and why we choose them.

Seat height

: This is article number five out of eleven describing our F.I.S.T. Tri bike fit process.

The F.I.S.T. Method for fitting triathletes to their bikes

: Slowtwitch means different things to different athletes, but tri bike fit is the thing we're probably best known for. Herein is a description of our process for tri bike fit.

Tools of the trade

: This is an article in a series describing our F.I.S.T. process for tri bike fitting, and in here we lay out the state of the art in tools for best practices.

Translating fit specs to bike specs

: This is the final installment of our series on our F.I.S.T. tri bike fit process, and takes the metrics we've generated and outputs your "best" bike.

Your bike's waistline

: This is the second to last installment in our explanation of our F.I.S.T. tri bike fit process.