Default Tri-Fit Methodology:
F.I.S.T. Advanced, F.I.S.T. Road, F.I.S.T. Tri Fit Bikes:
Guru DFU, Guru Experience, Serotta Motion-Capture Systems:
None Cost of Fit: $100-$300
General Information: James is Swim Bike Run's General Manager and one of the Store's Expert Bike Fitters. In fact, he's fit people around the world (yes, we're actually serious). After managing Swim Bike Run Chesterfield from 2014-2015 he moved to Australia where he managed Melbourne's premier triathlon store, coincidentally also named SBR. Now back in St Louis, he's here to take Swim Bike Run to the next level. He brings to the table his deep passion for cycling (where he has procured many accolades) and providing customers the ultimate retail experience. He is certified by the Fit Institute of Slowtwitch (F.I.S.T.) in both Basic Road and Triathlon bike fits. James was also amongst the first fitters able to be certified as a F.I.S.T. Advanced bike fitter - the newest and most prestigious fit certification from Slowtwitch. Alongside his knowledge of bike fitting James is known for his patience, tact and diligence in finding the right position for each client.
Swim Bike Run is dedicated to creating the best fitting experience in the Midwest. Whether you are a recreational cyclist, road cyclist, time trialist, or triathlete, we understand the importance of comfort and efficiency for you on the bike. Come by and let us show you how we can help your position. Directions: Swim Bike Run is located on Clayton Road in Chesterfield, just East of Baxter next to The Shack Restaurant.
Map location is based off of a geocode of the addressed entered using Google's Google Maps API. If your address does not geocode properly, you can either update the address (we will attempt to re-geocode after any updates to your entry) or you can use Google's geocoding tool found here: http://gmaps-samples.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/geocoder/singlegeocode.html to obtain a lat/long for your location and enter that. To use the utility, type in an address that is close to your location and then drag-and-drop the marker to obtain the desired lat/long. If you choose to enter a lat/long, you must check the box on the edit page that says, "override geocode with entered lat/long."