Default Tri-Fit Methodology:
BodyGeometry, F.I.S.T. Tri, Retul, S.I.C.I. (Serotta), Trek Fit Bikes:
Purely Custom, Retul Motion-Capture Systems:
Other, Retul Cost of Fit: Please call for pricing.
General Information: Cynthia has been an avid cyclist for over 20 years. She spent several years racing mountain bikes, road bikes and cyclocross. She's even tried a tri!
Cynthia is passionate about cycling and loves to share her passion with others. She gets satisfaction out of working with all types of riders, whether it's a beginner just learning how to clip in, or an experienced racer looking to improve cycling efficiency.
Cynthia's training includes Specialized BG Fit and is a Certified Master's BodyGeometry Fit Technician. She expanded her tri-fit experience by training with Fit Institute Slow Twitch (F.I.S.T.). She is also certified with RETUL and Serotta (S.I.C.I.). She can will make sure you are in the most efficient position on your bike, or help design a custom frame.
About Bike Barn:
The Bike Barn Custom Fit Studio was designed from the start to provide the absolute best fit solutions for all levels of cyclists. By integrating the most advanced technology and trained fit specialists, our studio will help you reach your cycling goals. We can help increase power and speed, reduce or eliminate pain and can help you design a custom bicycle that is the exact fit and look you want.
The Custom Fit Studio is the ultimate fit experience providing unsurpassed fit expertise and fit technology. We cater to road cyclists, mountain bikers, and triathletes of any fitness level. Located close to downtown Houston, our studio provides a relaxing and personalized fit experience. Our fit experts have been trained at the best schools in the United States and are continuously building their skills and learning the latest in fit advancements. Directions: The Bike Barn Custom Fit Studio is located at the corner of Weslayan and Bissonnet, less than a mile south of the Southwest Freeway (US Highway 59) in the West University area.
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