Misshapen feet, odd length legs? You're just what Cyclefit need

Cyclefit looking for biomechanically challenged guinea pigs for bike fittings

by Mark Appleton   November 8, 2010  

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Bring us your poor, misaligned, biomechanically disadvantaged masses yearning to be freed from ill-fitting bike frames. Well actually don't bring them to us, bring them to Cyclefit in London's Covent Garden, who are looking for volunteers to be fitted at their ‘Sidas footbed and Bikefit Wedge workshop’ on Friday, November 12 at their Covent Garden studios.

Riders with leg length discrepancies, strange feet and biomechanical issues are especially welcome.

If you would like your position adjusted for free and to receive a set of Sidas footbeds and wedges, in the first instance please email julian@cyclefit.co.uk.
 

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if you live or work in London of course Thinking

for me - The ride is about adventure, camaraderie and the sense of accomplishment that comes after a long day in the saddle.

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posted by Mountain-Nic [119 posts]
8th November 2010 - 18:11

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Cyclefit have just been in touch to say that they've got a hutch full of cycling guinea pigs, but they will also be looking for more in January.

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posted by Tony Farrelly [4145 posts]
9th November 2010 - 14:52

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