Default Tri-Fit Methodology:
Body Geometry Certifications:
BodyGeometry, S.I.C.I. (Serotta) Fit Bikes:
Purely Custom, Retul Motion-Capture Systems:
Other, Retul Cost of Fit: Call for Pricing
General Information: The Custom Fit Studio is the ultimate fit experience providing unsurpassed fit expertise and fit technology. We cater to road cyclists, mountain bikers, and triathletes of any fitness level. Located close to downtown Houston, our studio provides a relaxing and personalized fit experience. Our fit experts have been trained at the best schools in the United States and are continuously building their skills and learning the latest in fit advancements.
You can also schedule a fit with Stuart at the Bike Barn Katy location,
629 S. Mason Rd
Katy, TX 77450
Online Scheduling: https://www.bikebarn.com/articles/schedule-a-fit-pg963.htm
Stuart has been cycling since 2008 when he purchased a road bike to help with rehabbing a soccer injury. He understands the varying needs of athletes, and his goal is to help riders of all levels find the enjoyment cycling can bring. He strongly believes that a good bicycle fit is often the difference between a rider achieving their goals and the sad sight of an unused bike hanging in a garage.
Stuart has worked in the cycling industry since 2014. Along with his BSc in Sports and Exercise Science from the University of Leeds he is certified in Advanced Fit with Serotta (S.I.C.I) and attended Specialized Bicycle Corporation University (SBCU) Body Geometry Fit training. This has been enhanced by working with Cynthia Stewart at Bike Barn Custom Fit Studio since August 2014. Directions: The Bike Barn Custom Fit Studio is located at the corner of Weslayan and Bissonnet, less than a mile south of the Southwest Freeway (US Highway 59) in the West University area.
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