Default Tri-Fit Methodology:
Jamabalaya (a little of everything) Certifications:
F.I.S.T. Tri, S.I.C.I. (Serotta) Fit Bikes:
Serotta Motion-Capture Systems:
Dartfish Cost of Fit: Call for pricing and to schedule a fitting
General Information: Get A Grip Cycles was founded in September 2000. Within a few years, the shop began creating long term relationships with its clients through high end sales, scientific bike fitting techniques, unparalleled customer service and an attention to detail. In March of 2007 Get A Grip Cycles opened the Midwest’s first comprehensive fit studio on Fulton St. in Chicago’s exclusive West Loop neighborhood.
Get A Grip Cycles currently stocks a broad range of products, showcasing the best of what the industry has to offer. They maintain a presence on the competitive circuit with road, mountain, x-terra, and triathlon teams, as well as partnerships with local clubs, teams, and training facilities. The staff has attended every bike fit certification currently offered, and through years of hard work and thousands of fittings has refined the best ideas from these into a process which is unique to the shop.
Get A Grip Cycles is also proud to be one of the founding members of the Master Bike Fitters Association. Directions: Get A Grip Cycles Fit Studio is located at 621 W Fulton, at the corner of Fulton and Des Plaines Ave. in Chicago's West Loop Neighborhood.
Get A Grip Cycles Pro Shop is located at 4359 W Irving Park Road, at the corner of Irving Park and Kostner. Give them a call at 773-427-GRIP for directions.
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