This has been a common theme for people coming in for bike fits so far this year. Well, maybe most years. Humans weren’t designed to […]
The following article was written for, and published in Cycling Utah and Cycling West in the March 2016 issue. Spring is in the air, the […]
The pro’s and con’s of setting up a bike in “pro position” has come up in discussions a few times lately, and most recently when […]
In September I attended Interbike, the largest bicycle industry tradeshow in the USA, which included for the first time a bike fitting symposium. The main […]
If you are a bike fitter in the USA, don’t miss this year’s premier bike fit conference, offering Bike Fit and Cycling Analysis Education. There […]
Foot discomfort is commonly due to either nerve compression, resulting in searing pain known as “hot foot”, or reduced circulation which can cause numbness. There […]
Getting aerodynamic and how bike fit plays a role in that is the topic of this blog post from CTS.
Bike relationship counselling could be a new service I offer, based on the suggestion of a client. She came to me last year to trouble […]