After your house and car, buying a bike is often your next biggest investment so it makes sense to ensure you’re educated on the best ride for your needs and wants. As specialist independent bike fitters in Brisbane we offer a pre-purchase fitting for all customers before you spend big money on a new bike.
“As professional a bike-fitting business we believe that taking into consideration a customer’s needs and goals is just as important as the thorough biomechanical analysis we provide.” – Nick Formosa
You can’t put a price on performance, but you can ensure the bike you buy has the correct frame, saddle, crank length and handlebars to suit your individual body type.
Before customers make their final purchase, the Bike Fit Studio team works through specific requirements and consider your personal needs and comfort.
It’s during this process that our experienced team look at your:
The task of selecting a new frame can be daunting; it is often a minefield of questions and endless possibilities. At Bike Fit Studio Brisbane we have a professional and knowledgeable bike-fitting team that will take the stress and difficulty out of this process.
We do this by:
Once we have assessed the data compiled from your sessions with us, we can narrow down the number of suitable frames and suggest your perfect match.
The correct positioning on your bike is different for everyone, but we do look at the same contact points. Here’s a rundown of what we look for and why:
The main reason we look at the saddle is because everyone’s pelvises are different – males and females especially. There are various types of saddles including anatomical and non-anatomical, and cut-out saddles, plus many others that are different for the type of riding you do, for example, mountain biking, triathlon, time trial or road. They all have their own unique properties.
Handlebars aren’t made equally, they have different widths and drops. If your reach is too far away or close, low or high, or wide or narrow it can result in shoulder, neck, back or hand pain.
There is a massive debate on crank length in the industry, but in our bike-fitting analysis we look closely at a number factors to determine optimal length because if it’s not correct, it can put unnecessary pressure on your knees, back and hips.
It will all come down to your goals, your style of riding, hip width or stance, Q angle (relationship between hips and feet) and various other things. But we want to get this right for you so you don’t end up with overuse injuries and you are getting the most efficient ride every time.
For expert advice when it comes to your bike frame call us today on (07) 3844 0226 or email email@example.com for more information.
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“After the fit I am now faster on my rides! At the 15km mark I was 2.5 minutes faster compared to my usual time.” – Michael Cassey, triathlete