Finding the right bicycle seat can be very complicated due to the many variations in human pelvic shape, tissue layup, routing of nerves and arteries, muscle composition and balance, flexibility, etc.
Until the introduction of saddle pressure analysis technology it was impossible to see how an individual’s pelvic structure was interacting with a saddle, finding a good saddle fit was the result of random luck or often much trial and error, many folks never did get comfortable on a bicycle seat and stopped riding because frankly they found cycling to be painful form of exercise.
Using the new technology we can see what is happing between the rider’s pelvic structure and the saddle this allows us to find shapes that match and support correctly, taking the pain out riding on a bicycle seat!
We are only store within a 200mile radius to invest in this technology, we stock over 165 unique saddle shapes, we guarantee our fit work. If you or someone you know is experiencing saddle pain come see us, life is too short to miss out on the fun of cycling.
An evening with Joe & Brice about Bicycle Fit & Power meters
When: Nov 3 at 6:30 pm-8:30pm
Where: Here at B&L Bicycles
B&L is taking advantage of the opportunity of having Joe Maloney here to present information about Power meters, how to use them, how to train with them and any other questions you might want to ask.
What makes Joe’s back ground especially unique is that he worked for Power Tap as an engineer and has been involved in the design of current power meter product along racing as a professional rider, this gives a very special opportunity to learn from some who really knows all the details about Power Meters.
Brice Erickson will be discussing the basics of bicycle fit and Cycling Analysis.
Brice has 23 years of Bicycle fitting experience with over 7000 fittings and extensive fit training from Serotta, Bicycle Fitting Services, Trek and Precision Fit