Default Tri-Fit Methodology:
BikeFit, F.I.S.T. Road, F.I.S.T. Tri Fit Bikes:
Purely Custom Motion-Capture Systems:
Other, Ubersense Cost of Fit: $150+
General Information: I (Jason Balogh) am a Level 2 BikeFit and F.I.S.T certified fitter located near Erie, PA. I have a Masters of Science in Physical Therapy and primarily treat sports, orthopedic, and spinal injuries. I am also McKenzie certified. I have been fitting cyclists since 1999.
*Discussing your cycling history, any injuries and problems you are having on/off of the bike, riding type, and goals.
*A structural exam is performed including foot type/mobility, range of motion and strength assessment to assist in proper fitting/accommodations.
*Analysis of the cyclist is then performed on a Purely Custom sizing bike and their bike, both visually and using video capture from front, side, and rear.
*Adjustments are made accordingly (following a strong Bikefit and F.I.S.T. methodology) including cleat/pedal adjustments using wedges, spacers and shims as necessary. Saddle height, for/aft, and tilt, and cockpit adjustments including stem and bar sizing as appropriate.
Please contact me with any other specific questions. Directions: My home-based fitting studio is located 20 minutes west of Erie, PA just off of interstate 90 and 10 minutes from the Ohio state line.
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