The Body Geometry Fit system is a comprehensive process that creates the perfect union between bike and body. Through an opening interview, in depth assessment, detailed equipment adjustments, and a thorough follow-up, our trained Body Geometry Fit technicians can adjust a rider's bike to fit their body.
Body Geometry Fit offers benefits to all rider types including mountain, road, competitive, recreational and commuters. It doesn't matter which shop you purchased from, if you are serious about cycling then a Body Geometry Fit is a service we recommend. The process takes approximately 2-3 hours.
Body Geometry Fit is woven into the very fabric of what we do, we invest in our fit staff. We have two fully trained fitters, Rosey and Darryn. They have trained by the world's best to the highest standards, founder Dr Andy Pruitt, Scott Holz, Donny Perry and Stewart Morton.
Our Body Geometry Fit is tailored to your specific riding goals and biomechanical indicators. Comfort and performance are tied together through the fit process. Our fitters will troubleshoot any problem areas as well as ensure that your position will not cause any overuse injuries in the future.
Emma Trott is a retired professional road cyclists who rode for the womens Boels-Dolmans team. When Emma was first fit to her Amira, Specialized called on Rosey to perfect her position for the upcoming 2014 season while she was training in Christchurch.
1. Pre-Fit Interview
Whether it is for a novice or experienced cyclist, every fit begins with a brief interview with a trained technician that addresses your individual's injury history, needs and goals.
2. Flexibility Assessment
This evaluation gains an accurate picture of your flexibility and other physical attributes, including assessment of foot structure, knee position, spinal curve, shoulder extension, hip flexion.
3. Side View
Assessed using the side view of you on your bike, the goal here is to deliver a correct neutral position that's both powerful and comfortable through adjustments to seat height, handlebar height, stem length and cleat position.
4. Front View
Analysis from frontal view is used to optimise hip, knee and foot alignment for greater performance and balanced power delivery. This Includes analysis of pedal and shoe placement and alignment on the saddle.
5. Follow Up
Follow up is included to ensure positive results, the technician calls to discuss the effectiveness of the adjustments and to answer any other questions or concerns the rider may have.
Photos by Lee Howell