|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
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 idea||L.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|
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.|
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.|| |