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Road Bike Fit


A trainSharp Bike Fit is all about improving performance, enhancing comfort and reducing injury potential.

The trainSharp road bike fitting process begins with a consultation to find out what you require from your bike fit and an off and on bike assessment to assess your physiology and determine how you are best suited to a particular road bike fit (i.e. whether you want and your body can support a position mainly focus on performance power, aerodynamics, injury prevention and support, comfort and/or a combination of different fits).

We will take full before and after bike measurements and include these in a post test report which you will receive after the fit. This will enable you to put your bike or future bikes in the optimal setup.

The philosophy behind our bike fit is largely related to only using trainSharp experienced fitters to complete your fit. In the world of bike fitting, there are many gimmicks and tools which 'aid' the fitting process, however, these are only ever as good as the fitter themselves.

We at trainSharp know that bike fitting is a process and as such, we offer a free re-tweak with all our fits.

The only question you will have is, why didn't I do it sooner!

Arrange a Road Bike Position Fit

We offer the following days and times for our trainSharp Road Bike fits;

Monday - Friday - 10am or 2pm slots available.

Please note: each fit takes approximately 2 hours.

Once payment has been made we will contact you to arrange a suitable day(s) and time(s) for your fitting.

Road Bike Fit Pricing

The price is £190.00


What are the benefits of a road fit?

A bike fit is all about improving performance, comfort and reducing injury potential. So in short, it is about making you go faster, further with enhanced comfort on the bike. Every cyclist should have a bike fit.

How long will the fit take?

A road bike fit will take approximately two hours to complete, though there is more time available if required.

What do I need to bring?

All your riding gear! This includes; your bike, shoes, cycle clothing and also any spare components, i.e saddles and stems.