Tag: bike fitting

What Does Your Alignment Look Like On The Bike?

So one of the things we wanted to take a look at on the bike is the alignment through the front of the chain. So we want to see a straight line, Angela is doing pretty well, straight line through the foot, knee and hip through here, so you don’t see your knee turning in […]

Choosing A Women’s Bike Saddle | Which Bike Saddle For Triathlon?

– Bigger isn’t necessarily better and that certainly is true for choosing the right bike saddle. It is easy to think that the wider, the softer the saddle, the more comfortable it will be, but actually there’s far more to choosing the right saddle for you and I know that it does come down to […]

Body Works Sports Physiotherapy – Bike Fitting

Hi, this is Dana Ranahan from Body Works Sports Physiotherapy in North Vancouver and today we’ve got Angela on her bike and we’re going to go through a few tips to help you out on the road out there. So we’re going to take a look at Angela’s positioning on the bike from the side […]

Triathlon Bike Fitting with Alter Ego Sports

If when you’re on your tri bike you’ve got any of the following issues: sore back, sore shoulders, sore neck, sore legs, sore knees, sore ankles, sore bum, or your training partner’s just a pain in the ass. Well we can’t fix that one but all the other issues can likely be fixed with getting […]

Better Power, Better Performance, Better Results… About Bike Fits

Hey Bart Miller with Cycling Strong I’m really excited to be here with Dave today Dave Harward plan 7 endurance coaching http://plan7coaching.com/ is where you want to go, check all his stuff out now on we’re gonna talk a little bit about lots of the things so when you’re on this video or your own […]

Bike Fitting: Rob Kaplan Breaks Down the Art of Fitting a Bike

If you click this option you’re obviously interested in bike fits. Bike fitting is one of the most important things you can do for efficiency in power on your bike. If you have a bike that doesn’t fits you well, you’re not going to do well on a race. One of the first things we […]

Choosing the Right Triathlon Bike Saddle

– Who, what, why, where, when, saddles, and how to select the right one for you. Now as far as split nose saddles go. (grunts) (upbeat instrumental music) What’s up, trainiacs? Very quick video today because I just got in from a 30 hour saga of flying yesterday and I had a bad Larabar this […]

BikingMan – Top 3 bike fit advice for ultra cycling races

Joel, 55 years old I started as a Triathlete in 1984 and my career ended in 2005 I was a PRO triathlete, sponsored by GAZ DE FRANCE I was built for endurance races but I had a “small engine” I was a long distance athlete specialist 53 ironman completed RAAM finisher 1994 Cycle crossing USA, […]