What is a bike fit?

A Bike fit is where we adjust your bicycle to fit you, your body shape and flexibility to gain the most comfort and performance out of each and every ride.

Why would I need a bike fit?

If you suffer from aches and pains, saddle soreness or any other bike related problem or just merely want performance improvement then you will benefit from a bike fit, whether you ride a road, hybrid, mountain cross or any other variation.

How is this achieved?

Every rider is different, we have varying lengths of levers and positioning of pivot points in our bodies, therefore each and every bike fit will be unique to you and the different kinds and styles of bikes comes a variety of requirements for the fit.
There are no set formulas or measurements to follow; instead there is a biomechanical explanation which covers how we have been fitting our customers to bicycles for more than 100 years.
To increase the variations we have different levels of flexibility and pedalling techniques as well as where our priorities lie in the outcome.

What makes us a specialist in fitting bicycles?

Listening to and understanding our customers and analysing correctly the requirements sets us apart as specialist fitters and not someone who is just a qualified bike fitter.

BikeFit Tariff

Bar Consultation

Measure up for height and reach using your current saddle position


Saddle Consultation

Advising on the correct type of saddle for the bike, type, use and fit and fitting it to the bike at the correct height and also the fore and aft position.


Cleat Consultation

Bio-Mechanical Positioning of Pedal/Shoe Cleat in all plains and wedging if required.


BikeFit - Standard

Body Measurement Flexibility check full bike adjustment including set up (1 Hour)approx


BikeFit - Pro

As the standard bike fit plus measuring the flexibility and recording all the data ready for future adjustment as and when required. (2 Hours)approx


BikeFit - Race

As the pro bike fit but adapted to UCI regulations adapting to the restrictions set by the governing bodies whilst maintaining maximum performance (more than 2 hours)approx


Measurement Transfer

When a rider needs the best out of all of their bikes