Default Tri-Fit Methodology:
Jamabalaya (a little of everything) Certifications:
None Fit Bikes:
None Motion-Capture Systems:
Other Cost of Fit: 250
General Information: Posture, position, and fit on a bicycle are crucial to ones enjoyment and abilities in the sport of cycling. From saddle position to handlebar position to the alignment of your cleats, we look at the ergonomics of each component individually as well as a whole to provide the correct blend of comfort and performance for any type of riding. Whether you're racing, commuting or riding recreationally, there is no rider who would not benefit from a comprehensive bike fit.
Mike King is the bike fit specialist for our dedicated team at Sweet Spot Cycling. Mike brings to the table a Master's degree in Health Science, in-depth educational background in anatomy, physiology and biomechanics, along with experience on hundreds of bike-fits as well as an impressive race resume. Mike has a an extensive background in the field and the in-depth knowledge that ensures an optimal bike fit. He uses a holistic approach to fits to ensure that the entire body is considered to ensure that all parts work together and no one part gets overworked independently of the others.
A bike fit from Mike ($250) is for the lifetime of the bike with one free refit and $25 refit charge after that for any re-adjustments, including new fit-related components (ex: saddle, shoes, cleats, handlebars, etc.) that are installed. Fittings are offered by appointment only. Please email Mike@SweetSpotCycling.com for more information or to book an appointment! Directions: Inside Pedal Power RVA Bike Shop
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