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Getting Properly Measured for a Bike

markdavidhillmarkdavidhill Posts: 279
edited August 2011 in Workshop
I'm in Bournemouth. Where can I get properly measured to ensure everything on my Lynskey is where it should be?
Team Madison Genesis Volare & Condor Super Acciaio

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  • NuggsNuggs Posts: 1,804
    Take a trip to Surrey and go here: http://www.wyndymilla.com/

    Their fitting service is fantastic.

    It cost me about £150 (with full Keo cleat set up) and took pretty much all day (they're very thorough!). I

    've never been more comfortable on my bike and the knee issues I was struggling with are a thing of the past.
  • Berk BonebonceBerk Bonebonce Posts: 1,245
    Pay 150 Nicker and you are not going to doubt that it has been money well spent. To do so would make you feel a bit of a wazock.

    For those of us without a spare £150 there are lots of guides on the internet concerning bike fit, and having some more experienced cyclist, like you might meet in a cycling club, comment on your position on a bike is no bad thing.
  • 'Retul' at Primera on Monday.
    Team Madison Genesis Volare & Condor Super Acciaio
  • pinnopinno Posts: 45,394
    Go to competitivecylcist.com and there is a do it yourself option - you'll need a friend and a tape measure. 3 different fits, Competitive, Eddy (Merckx) and French !!
    seanoconn - gruagach craic!
  • P_TuckerP_Tucker Posts: 1,878
    Pay 150 Nicker and you are not going to doubt that it has been money well spent. To do so would make you feel a bit of a wazock.

    :lol: dunno, I paid for a coach last season (10 months, £500) and I can safely say that I would have done better to put 25 £20 notes in the toaster.
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