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650 G St. DAVIS CA 95616  (530)758-3223  

 STORE HOURS:
MON-SAT: 9AM - 7PM
SUN: 12PM - 6PM

 
 
Location & Directions 530.758.3223
 
 
 
 
 

Be One With Your Bike

To get the best riding experience with your bike on any terrain you need to find your unique active riding position, which will help you climb faster, descend more confidently and ride with less fatigue. This is achieved in conjunction with a trained Body Geometry specialist who has a complete understanding of your unique biomechanics and experience. Body Geometry is the most complete system to help you become one with your bike. 

To understand you and how you ride, a Body Geometry specialist will ask about your goals and measure your physical capabilities and strenghts. Then, he or she will adjust the bike to you and recommend solutions to improve comfort and enjoyment, while boosting performance an average of five percent. 

The Body Geometry Fit Process

1. Rider Profile Interview
Every fit, whether for a novice or experienced cyclist, starts with an interview between our trained fit specialist & you (the rider) to understand your injury history, needs, and goals. 

2. Physical Assessment
This is the key to the Body Geometry fit process, allowing a fit specialist to develop an accurate picture of your flexiibility and other physical attributes, so they'll be able to make the proper adjustments to help you be one with your bike. 

3. Side View
Assessed from the side, the goal is to determine your unique active riding position that's both powerful and comfortable through adjustments to seat height, handlebar position, stem length, and cleat placement. 

4. Front View
Unique to the Body Geometry fit process, the front view analysis will optimize your hip, knee, and foot alignment for greater performance and balanced power delivery. 

5. Follow Up 
After a week or so, our fit specialist will call to ensure the adjustments were effective and to answer any other questions or concerns you may have. 

For More Info Check Out The New & Improved Body Geometry Site