There are some bikes where knowing the right size is not quite enough to guarantee the bike will be a good fit for you. You need more than a frame size. You need a prescription for selecting not only the model and frame size, but also components like the handlebars, stem and crank length for example.
First published in Cycling Utah By John Higgins Cycling pedals are taken for granted by experienced cyclists and viewed with trepidation by new cyclists. What […]
Published in Cycling UtahBy John Higgins Your cycling shoes are a major player in 2 out of the 5 direct contact points you have to […]
Published in Cycling Utah Spring 2019 By John Higgins In late 2018 I attended the International Symposium on Cycling Optimization held in Munster, Germany. In […]
First published in Cycling Utah / Cycling West, July 2018 Many cyclists don’t know what a bike fit is, haven’t had one, or don’t know […]
First published in Cycling Utah / Cycling West, March 2018 As back pain is one of the most common medical problems in the USA, it’s […]
published in Cycling Utah/ Cycling West, 2017/18 winter edition. Read it here http://www.cyclingutah.com/fitness/health/take-care-knees-happy-cycling/
First published in Cycling Utah / Cycling West August 2017. Updated October 2020 So far this year the most common issue I have encountered as […]