We ship mail-order via:
e-commerce site , phone We offer local home/work delivery, transacting via:
phone You may order in advance, and pick up, transacting via:
e-commerce site , phone
Key Tri-Specific Contact(s):
Yes, Their Names - Philip Casanta F.I.S.T. Tri Fitter(s):
Yes, Their Names - Philip Casanta F.I.S.T. Road Fitter(s):
None F.I.S.T. Advanced Fitter(s):
None BFACT Score: 0 BikeFit, BodyGeometry, Retul, Serotta, or Trek Fitter(s):
Yes, Their Names - Philip Casanta Default Tri-Fit Methodology:
Jamabalaya (a little of everything) Fit Bikes:
Exit Cycling Motion-Capture Systems:
Shop Hours: M-F 1 pm to 6 pm. Sat/Sun 1-5pm by appointment. Weekday evenings by special appointment. Barnett-Trained Mechanic(s):
None United Bicycle Institute-Trained Mechanic(s):
None Shop Info: Hypercat Cycleworks is a full service bicycle shop specializing in bike fitting, custom builds and upgrades. Hypercat is owned and operated by Rachel and Philip Casanta. Philip is a Retul Master certified fitter, FIST certified and one of less than 50 International Bike Fit Institute Level IV Fitters worldwide. Phil is also a master mechanic with over 35 years experience. Hypercat Cycleworks is known for its one-on-one concierge customer service experience.
Hypercat custom orders/ stocks bike from premier brands including Bianchi, Cervelo, Salsa, Open, 3T, Felt, Blue Bicycles, Fuji, Look and Fondriest. In addition, Hypercat offers children's bikes from Cleary, Frog Bikes, Salsa, Strider and Wishbone Design.
Hypercat also offers a wide selection of wheels, aero equipment and accessories. Specializing in aero fitting and equipment, Hypercat works with triathletes, time trialists, road, gravel, cross and mountain riders.
Hypercat works hard to you get the right product and fit the first time, every time. Directions: Hypercat Cycleworks is located at 4160 Market Street #13 in Ventura. The nearest cross streets are Walter and Donlon, just off the Ventura (101) freeway behind the Target and one block form DMV. Plenty of free parking.
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