Default Tri-Fit Methodology:
Jamabalaya (a little of everything) Certifications:
BikeFit, F.I.S.T. Road, F.I.S.T. Tri Fit Bikes:
Purely Custom Motion-Capture Systems:
Other Cost of Fit: $200 CORE, $350 FUSION, $100 for subsequent bikes
General Information: Why Vector Cycle Works?
Vector Cycle Works is a bike fitting service located in Noblesville, Indiana. As a BikeFit, F.I.S.T, and FMS-certified Pro Fitter, I work with you to help you be comfortable when you ride. The Vector Cycle Works fitting solution includes:
- The fitting process starts with a thorough body analysis. FUSION customers also get a Functional Movement Screening and an online functional movement workout program.
- Video motion capture analysis is used in conjunction with F.I.S.T. principles to ensure you are comfortable and efficient.
- Comprehensive analysis and fitting of all contact points on the bike - including pedals, cleats, saddle and handlebars - based on BikeFit principles.
- A large saddle, handlebar, and aerobar selection is available to help you find the components that work best for you. A free component test is available to all Vector Cycle Works customers if you want to explore other options to dial in your contact points.
Bike fitting is not just a one-time event - it is a work in progress and Vector Cycle Works treats your fit as a partnership - we are here to support you in your cycling goals. After the initial session, CORE customers get one free follow-up, FUSION customers get 2 FMS sessions and a final follow-up. All customers get the Vector Cycle Works pain-free guarantee: if you are experiencing any pain, we will figure it out. We will work together to make you comfortable and powerful. Directions: My home-based studio is located in the Whitcomb Ridge neighborhood, west of Noblesville, just off of IN-38.
Schedule your appointment at https://vectorcycleworks.appointlet.com
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