Fitters


Most fits are expensive when not part of a bike purchase. Running from $250 to $700. It depends on the skill level of the fitter and time spent with the fitter. Most sessions run 90 minutes and they have you on the bike on a stationary trainer. A true fit will include the bars to the cleats. Most fits won’t include the price for product alterations. Say you need a different saddle that’s on you to purchase. Most riders complain about saddle pain because their fit isn’t correct. If you are spending hours on your bike you want to be comfy and more importantly be able to stand up and run off the bike. Now you know. 

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