durianrider wrote:One works for a big corp.
One is contactable and offers a money back guarantee on bike fits.
I think its excellent that bike companies are focusing more on bike fit as that has been extremely lacking for so long.
I just got a copy of Steve Hogg's ebooks online. http://www.stevehoggbikefitting.com/ebooks/
Cheap yet EXTREMELY informative and valid. Something thats hard to find in 2011 and in an industry that puts more focus on shaving 30g off an already too fragile steerer tube vs teaching bike shops how to fit people right.
What have people thought of Steve's ebooks? What has helped you? For me its been lowering my seat height so I can get more wattage to the rear wheel. Its also increased my bikes handling and comfort.
1. Do great work.
2. Convince a big bike corp that you do great work.
3. Buy a franchise like Retul etc.
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