Default Tri-Fit Methodology:
Body Geometry Certifications:
BodyGeometry Fit Bikes:
Purely Custom, Serotta Motion-Capture Systems:
Dartfish Cost of Fit: Please call for pricing information
General Information: Signature Cycles has been providing state-of-the-art professional bicycle fittings for more than a decade. Owner Paul Levine is the past Director of the Serotta Fit School.
Our bicycle fitting process has been pioneered, developed and taught at the Institute of Professional Bike Fitting to the top fitters in the world. There is no mystery to bike fitting; our system uses common sense, proven biomechanical evaluation techniques, mechanical laws of physics and bio-feedback. You will not only be totally satisfied with your new fit, you will leave with the knowledge to recognize and understand the reasons and benefits for proper position and posture on a bike. The more awareness and knowledge you have as an athlete about your equipment, the better your cycling experience will be. There is no such thing as a "Quick Fit" at Signature Cycles. We believe every aspect of our fitting process is valuable and ensures the best fit for each individual athlete. All our fits begin with an extensive interview process and evaluation, which include a verbal interview and a physical assessment. Directions: https://signaturecycles.com/contact/
Greenwich Studio Hours:
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 10AM to 6PM
Thursday 10AM to 8PM
Saturday 11AM to 4PM (Shop Ride 8:30 - 10:30)
Sunday we ride! Monday by appointment.
Central Valley Studio, fittings by appointment only
2 Grandview Rd
Central Valley, NY 10917
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