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Denver bike fitter?(7 posts)

Denver bike fitter?Luis
Feb 3, 2002 2:09 PM
I've got a work trip to Denver in a week, and I'd like to take the opportunity to get an expert bike fit done. Recommendations, please.
re: Denver bike fitter?ribeye
Feb 3, 2002 8:26 PM
I strongly recommend Wheatridge Cyclery. They can do a top notch thorough fit, but you need to have a reservation as they are frequently booked days in advance even during the winter. Look at www.ridewrc.com and/or call at 303-424-3221.
Agree with ribeye (NM)rckymtnmd
Feb 3, 2002 9:47 PM
Yupjtolleson
Feb 4, 2002 8:13 AM
Wheatridge. And although they book out in advance, that's mostly for Saturday and late pm appts. If you can go at noon on a weekday, for example, you can probably get in on short notice.

About 5 guys there are Serotta sizecycle qualified, and it includes not just a fitting but some pedal stroke analysis, power output info. Very cool.

If you absolutely can't get into Wheatridge, I'd recommend either Turin (in Denver) or Excel Sports (in Boulder).
another ideaL.O. McDuff
Feb 4, 2002 12:02 PM
I'll second the staff at Wheatridge. I'd also like to add Annie Sirotniak at Integrated Cycle Fit http://www.integratedcyclefit.com/IntegratedCycleFit-Homepage.htm
another ideaColnagoFE
Feb 4, 2002 3:42 PM
There are lots of choices the denver/boulder area. Are you just looking for a fit or do you want a bike built? If the latter you could try custom builders Lennard Zinn, Anvil www.anvilbikes.com (Don Ferris), and also Peter and Sean @ Vecchios in Boulder.
alsoColnagoFE
Feb 4, 2002 3:43 PM
The Boulder Center for Sports medicine (Ed Burke) offers ergonomic bike fits--though those are gonna be pricier. Ed knows his stuff though.