To Educate and Empower Cyclists
I am incredibly passionate about both the Empowerment and the Education of Cyclists.
I improve my Customers' ride experiences to make them more comfortable on the bike - as well as elevate their product knowledge.
YOU MAY NEED A PROFESSIONAL BIKE FIT IF...
You have never been fit to your bicycle
You experience low back pain during or after riding
You experience discomfort in your soft tissue while in the saddle
You have knee pain to the inside or outside of the patella tendon
You experience hot spots or numbness in your feet
You are not able to breathe expansively
Your line of sight is limited
You have an important event (new bike, upcoming competition, change in physicality)
It has been more than 12 months since your last professional fit
My Bicycle Fitting Methodology
I start by establishing a relationship with the Rider learning his/her short and long -term ambitions.
My fit method is simple and effective. Whether we are looking to solve discomfort or add power, I identify the root source. The harmony between the Rider and their bike is the primary focus.
There is a science and a natural feel to fitting. Individually the adjustments may seem small but collectively they make a meaningful difference. What I love about fitting is that the results can be felt right away. Its instantaneous. It is very rewarding to me to see my Customers do more (watts) with less (effort).
I have an intuitive understanding of human dynamics and how the body relates to a bicycle.
foot and cleat relationship
sitting bones contact points
dynamic arm and leg movement
line of sight
The Rider should feel as if they are IN the bike, not ON the bike. This sensation provides quicker inputs/outputs leading to more efficiency which improves Rider performance. Fitting happens in small steps, but it is no small thing.
I am a competitive cyclist - experienced in multiple cycling disciplines. Road, Mountain, Cross, Downhill, and Gravel. I have a unique insight and cross-functional fit knowledge of multiple riding positions.
“What would life be if we had no courage to attempt anything?”