Default Tri-Fit Methodology:
F.I.S.T. Road, F.I.S.T. Tri Fit Bikes:
Exit Cycling Motion-Capture Systems:
Ubersense Cost of Fit: $150
General Information: We understand the importance of a proper bike fit for both performance and comfort. At RC we work with you on your existing bike or, using the Exit Cycle Fit System, fit you for a new Road or Tri/TT bike. In addition to many hours in the saddle we have specialized training and certification in, and completely subscribe to, the Slowtwitch Protocol for Road bike and Tri bike fitting. Dan Empfield, founder of Slowtwitch, has spent years working with the best in the world of bike fitting and is one of the top and leading masters of bike fitting (and partnered with….creating the first Tri bike?).
Here's what is helpful for you to know - this process is not a one and done type of service. During the fit process we ask you a lot of questions and want your full feedback. Even after the initial fit process is completed, we will continue to work with you until you are 100% comfortable and satisfied with your bike fit.
Below is an quick overview of what to expect during the bike fitting process:
-Saddle positioning (Fore/Aft)
-Stem Handlebar and lever positioning
-Pre and post fit video analysis
** Please allow 1.5 hr for fit process. Directions: 80 east from Sacramento: Take Atlantic St exit, left on Atlantic. Atlantic turns into Vernon as you continue to downtown Roseville.
80 West from Reno: Take Atlantic Exit which will bring you onto Atlantic. Continue on Atlantic/Vernon into downtown Roseville.
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."