Pro rider or not, stability and comfort is paramount for optimal performance.

A set of thorough cycling specific range of motion assessments allows us to find out any structural and/or muscular irregularities. We look for the relative – left and right, front to back and not absolutes – to see the body as a whole.

3D kinematic analysis enables us to quantify fit decisions based on joint angles and joint positions – both left and right sides, before and after changes and when to stop. Biomechanical data from ‘live’ motion capture is used to show that cleat wedges are unnecessary, position can be optimised by increasing height and moving closer to the bottom bracket and changing the saddle results in more balanced left-right pedalling.

Rider’s feedback is also a very important component of the fit process. Each change has to be done with experience, backed up by science and feedback from the rider. Sometimes its necessary to move two steps forward and than one step back to arrive at a fitter-data-rider confluence.

Having the experience, right mindset, right tools and adequate space is very important for a quality professional fit.