Bike fit - always a good outcome?
As my seemingly eternal wait for an insurance provided goes on I've been pondering the importance of an initial bike fit.
I like to think I can tell when my position is right and wrong on the bike and I'm quite happy making minor tweeks and honestly assesing them.
Which leads me on to a bike fit, as i'm happy with my current setup I guess they would use that as a starting point, I know my saddle height is ideal as even by increasing it by 1mm I can feel it, I'm already 'slammed' on my stem after gradually working my way down the spacers, again I can't really see me making the drop any more aggressive without it being an out&out race machine, reach perhaps - if I had a 10mm longer stem I'd certainly give it a try.
So given that I'm pretty happy with my current setup is it worth being that hung up on? Is it likley they would suggest a much different position or would it simpy be used to transfer what I'm happy with over to a new bike?