Bike Fit 250$

What's Included

Rider Assessment Interview

Prior to making any changes to the bike, I will ask series of questions aimed at helping me identify who you are as a rider. Questions such as training, racing, goals, aspirations, favorite place to ride and so on. Background information on injury history, current bike fit and or gear issues will also be discussed in detail. 

This information will help guide me during the alignment phase (changing the position of moveable parts) where changes that are not covered by the “Bike Fit Solution” and are considered judgement calls e.g. handlebar above horizontal and handlebar rotation and hood tilt/angle.


Anatomical Examination

Following the rider assessment conversation a thorough examination of the 3 body segments will take place:  Leg, Trunk and Foot.  Each of these segments will be measured in detail. In addition to the anatomical measurements a hamstring flexibility test will be conducted. The data captured during the anatomical assessment will be recorded and entered to Joule Cycling’s bike fitting software, licensed through WN Precision Bike Fitting technology.


Bike Geometry Examination


Prior to the fit, the bike’s geometry and components will be researched and then the data will be double checked by hand (tape measure).  The data captured during the bike geometry assessment will be recorded and entered to Joule Cycling’s bike fitting software, licensed through WN Precision Bike Fitting technology.


Bike Fit Solution and Alignment Process


The data captured during anatomical and geometry examination will be transferred to WN Precision Bike Fitting technology and a “Bike Fit Solution” will be generated. The “Bike Fit Solution” is executed in a sequence of steps as follows:

  1. Saddle Fore/Aft
  2. Saddle Height
  3. Saddle Tilt
  4. Handlebar Effective Body Extension
  5. Handlebar Above Horizontal
  6. Handlebar Rotation
  7. Handlebar Brake/Hood Tilt and Angle
  8. Cleat Alignment (Angle-Longitudinal-Horizontal)

Visual Assessment and Pedal Stroke Instruction


The last step in the bike fit process is to conduct a visual assessment of the rider on the bike which is mounted to a smart trainer. The rider will warmup then complete a series of hard efforts all the while I will be assessing body position (leg extension, arm extension, torso angle, cleat position and so on). As the assessment progresses, I will provide instruction on pedal stroke and method(s) for improving the stroke (everyone can benefit from pedal stoke practice) bike fit as it relates to efficiency, power output and comfort.   


Finishing Touch

At the end of the bike fit I will mark saddle fore/aft and height location with a small and discrete sticker. Further I will provide a custom CAD drawing (emailed in PNG format) of your bike with all bike fit measurements for reference.

Additional Bikes 75$

What's Included

Additional Bikes

After completing the initial bike fit (the first bike fit that includes the measurement process) any bike that you wish to have aligned to match the fit solution will be 75$.

Rider Assessment Interview

Prior to making any changes to the bike, I will ask series of questions regarding the current bike fit and or gear issues. 

This information will help guide me during the alignment phase (changing the position of moveable parts) where changes that are not covered by the “Bike Fit Solution” and are considered judgement calls e.g. handlebar above horizontal and handlebar rotation and hood tilt/angle.


Anatomical Examination

Capturing measurements will not be necessary as the data was stored for reference during the initial bike fit.


Bike Geometry Examination


Prior to the fit, the bike’s geometry and components will be researched and then the data will be double checked by hand (tape measure).  The data captured during the bike geometry assessment will be recorded and entered to Joule Cycling’s bike fitting software, licensed through WN Precision Bike Fitting technology.


Bike Fit Solution and Alignment Process


The data captured during the initial bike fit which captured and recorded anatomical and geometry examination will be transferred to WN Precision Bike Fitting technology and a new “Bike Fit Solution” will be generated. The “Bike Fit Solution” is executed in a sequence of steps as follows:

  1. Saddle Fore/Aft
  2. Saddle Height
  3. Saddle Tilt
  4. Handlebar Effective Body Extension
  5. Handlebar Above Horizontal
  6. Handlebar Rotation
  7. Handlebar Brake/Hood Tilt and Angle
  8. Cleat Alignment (Angle-Longitudinal-Horizontal)

Visual Assessment and Pedal Stroke Instruction


The last step in the bike fit process is to conduct a visual assessment of the rider on the bike which is mounted to a smart trainer. The rider will warmup then complete a series of hard efforts all the while I will be assessing body position (leg extension, arm extension, torso angle, cleat position and so on). As the assessment progresses, I will provide instruction on pedal stroke and method(s) for improving the stroke (everyone can benefit from pedal stoke practice) bike fit as it relates to efficiency, power output and comfort.   


Finishing Touch

At the end of the bike fit I will mark saddle fore/aft and height location with a small and discrete sticker. Further I will provide a custom CAD drawing (emailed in PNG format) of your bike with all bike fit measurements for reference.

Saddle and or Handlebar Installation 45$

What's Included

Saddle and or Handlebar Installation

After completing the initial bike fit (the first bike fit that includes the measurement process) any saddle or handlebar that needs installation to match the bike fit solution is 45$.  Note:  this does not apply to a new bike i.e. a bike that has yet to be aligned to the bike fit solution.

Rider Assessment Interview

Prior to installing and aligning the new saddle and or handlebar, I will ask series of questions regarding the current bike fit and information pertinent information regarding the new saddle and or handlebar. 


Anatomical Examination

Capturing measurements will not be necessary as the data was stored for reference during the initial bike fit.


Bike Geometry Examination


Confirming bike geometry is not necessary as the data was stored for reference during the initial bike fit.


Bike Fit Solution and Alignment Process


The data captured during the initial bike fit which captured and recorded anatomical and geometry examination will be referenced in order to install and properly align the new saddle and or handlebar. The “Bike Fit Solution” is executed in a sequence of steps as follows:

  1. Saddle Fore/Aft
  2. Saddle Height
  3. Saddle Tilt
  4. Handlebar Effective Body Extension
  5. Handlebar Above Horizontal
  6. Handlebar Rotation
  7. Handlebar Brake/Hood Tilt and Angle

Visual Assessment and Pedal Stroke Instruction


The last step in the bike fit process is to conduct a visual assessment of the rider on the bike which is mounted to a smart trainer. The rider will warmup then complete a series of hard efforts all the while I will be assessing body position (leg extension, arm extension, torso angle, cleat position and so on). As the assessment progresses, I will provide instruction on pedal stroke and method(s) for improving the stroke (everyone can benefit from pedal stoke practice) bike fit as it relates to efficiency, power output and comfort.   


Finishing Touch

At the end of the bike fit I will mark saddle fore/aft and height location with a small and discrete sticker(NA if the just installing a handlebar). Further I will provide a custom CAD drawing (emailed in PNG format) of your bike with all bike fit measurements for reference.

Check Up 35$

What's Included

Check Up is for athletes who have already gone through the full bike fit and are in need of micro-adjustments and or re-alignment due to slippages e.g. lack of bolt tension causes irregular saddle tilt.

Cleat Installation and Alignment 25$

What's Included

This service is for athletes who have purchased new shoes and or cleats and have previously received a bike fit from Joule Cycling.

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