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All bikes aren’t created equal. We stock quality bikes and strive to provide a product that delivers years of performance when properly maintained. If you have a stuck, rusted, corroded part that you can’t remove or fix most likely we can’t either, we’ll give it a shot with your permission. If it breaks it was meant to be and we’ll do our best to fix it, but we can’t make any promises.

 

Big box store bikes are not made to the same specs as bike shop bikes and we don’t have any magic tricks to make them reliable fun to ride machines like the ones we sell. Save your money and purchase the quality bike you deserve from your local Independent Bike Shop.

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CUSTOM BIKE FITS

Whatever kind of bike you ride, from mountain bikes to tri bikes to road bikes, you deserve to experience why a custom fit bike can be a game changer. Our bike fitting services transform your stock bike to a custom fit with your exact specifications.  Our Bike Fitting Specialist, Eddie Sloan, has years of experience building bikes for championship-winning cyclists. He will share unique custom fitting techniques and has specialty tools he has developed over the years to get the job done right.  Keep reading to find out more about why proper bike fitting matters.

 

Enjoy the Ride

As your fitness level and mileage increases, getting a proper bike fit becomes increasingly important. It's one thing to ride a few miles every now and then, but once your mileage and fitness increases, having a proper bike fit can make a major difference in your performance and comfort level, allowing you to stay in the saddle.

 

Prevent Injuries

A good bike fit can help prevent unnecessary injuries before they happen. Consider the fact that your feet and legs can easily make many thousands of revolutions each hour. That intensity of activity, combined with an improper bike fit, is a formula for problems. The good news is, these injuries can often be prevented with a good bike fit. If you are working with a coach or physical therapist, our team will work with them to ensure you are getting the best results.

 

Increase Power and Speed

If you're thinking seriously about racing, then you should take the time to get a proper bike fit. Even very minor adjustments can make a big difference in a race or time trial. When riders are finishing only seconds apart, increasing your speed by seconds can make the difference in final placement. Every bit of extra power you can get to the rear wheel can make a huge difference, so get that bike fit and maximize your power and speed.

 

What a Bike Fit Includes

Depending on the level of bike fit you seek, we’ll work with you to look at everything from proper saddle height, frame size, stem length and handlebar position, shifter / brake placement, cleat positioning, shoe fit, and much more. Our bike fits are interactive, like a partnership between fitter and rider. We will go over each area of changes and explain what and why. Our bike fit specialists will work to ensure that your bike is adjusted to meet your riding style and flexibility.

 

Bike Fit Services

 

• Road & Tri Bike Fit

• Evaluation Fit

• Mountain Bike Fit

• RAD Cleat Fit

 

Schedule your custom bike fit today!

Email Bike Fit Eddie Sloan at Eddie@cycologybicycles.com to schedule your bike fit.

 

Please allow 4 hours for your fitting. Bring everything you ride in with you. Just as if you are going on a ride, bike, shoes, socks, shorts, jersey, gloves, helmet, eyewear, water bottle with drink and a snack.

 

What size bike do I need?

Measure your inseam (not the same as your jeans) by standing against a wall and pushing a book up into your crotch as though it were a bike saddle. Convert that measurement to cm and multiply it by 0.65 and 0.68. This should give you a range within which you should be able to find the right bike size, assuming you are of average proportion.

 

If you have a long torso in relation to your inseam, you may want to look at the frame with the longer top tube. If you have long legs in relation to your torso, you may want to go for the frame with the shorter top tube. Of course, for the best fit before you buy, schedule a bike fit.

 

Once you have your bike, it's time to fine tune that fit by properly adjusting the saddle, bars, and more. Time for a bike fit!