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You will ride faster and farther with less injury and more comfort as a result of your Body Geometry Fit from Village Bike & Fitness.  We guarantee it.  
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Frequently Asked Questions about Bike Fitting
Contact one of our Body Geometry Fit Technicians or browse the answers below.

How much does a Body Geometry Fit cost?
What should I bring to the fitting appointment?
Do you have evening or weekend times available?
Should I get a fit before I buy a new bike or after?
What if I don't like my new position?


How much does a Body Geometry Fit cost?
As of March 1, 2014 the following pricing applies to all four stores:

Road or Mountain bike fit:  $250
Triathlon or Time Trial fit:  $300
If within one month of your fit you choose to buy a bike over $2500, the price of your fit will be deducted from the bike price.  If within one month of your fit you choose to buy a bike under $2500, half of the fit price will be deducted from the bike price.

What should I bring to the fitting appointment?
Bring the following items to your custom fit session:

*Shoes & Pedals
*Saddle
*Existing Bike
*Riding Clothes
*Towel
*Water Bottle

 

Do you have evening or weekend times available?
Scheduling options vary by the season and with each fitter.  Call or email the store where you'd like to have a fit, and we'll tell you what time options are available.  

Should I get a fit before I buy a new bike or after?
We highly recommend getting a Body Geometry Fit before you buy a bike.  The fit allows us to fully assess your body and make an accurate recommendation on which model and size will work best for you.  Any bike can be modified to some degree, but if you buy the wrong geometry or size, it will never ride properly even with extreme modifications.  

What if I don't like my new position?
We guarantee your satisfaction with your Body Geometry Fit.  Feel free to contact your fitter with any questions after the fit.  There are a few things to think about as you settle into your new position.  

1)  Your new, more bio-mechanically correct position may use certain muscle groups differently than before.  Also your contact points may be different and take conditioning. eg Ischial Tuberosity on saddle.  
2)  Components of the bike can slip out of position.  For this reason, we offer to tape off your saddle rails, and seat post after the correct position is set so make it easier to tell if something has shifted.  Also we keep your fit measurements on file so we can restore your optimal position or transfer it to a new bike.  
3)  Bodies are dynamic.  A change in training schedule, injury, or a lifestyle change, can all affect your bike fit.  Contact your fitter with any concerns. 

 

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