Bike Fitting Philadelphia

Bike Fitting

At Keswick Cycle, we take no shortcuts towards achieving your signature bike fit. We have multiple fit-certified technicians on staff capable of analyzing the specific way you move on a bike. We are here to help you achieve a custom fit that will maximize your strengths, work around personal injuries, or help you get the most out of the bicycle you already own. When you decide to take your riding experience to the next level, we welcome  you to come in and meet with one of our fit-certified specialists.

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Custom Bike Fitting Options

3-D Custom

$250

Please allow three hours

  • The ultimate custom riding position. We’ll talk about your riding history, current or past injuries review, and your future riding goals.
  • Seat height + Seat fore/aft positioning
  • Seat Angle
  • Stem length/rise
  • Seat-to-handlebar differential
  • Handlebar asessment
  • Optimal crank arm length

2-D Triathlete

$160

Please allow two hours

  • The most efficient aero position on your current aerobar equipped bicycle–for your fastest bike times yet.
  • Seat height + Seat fore/aft positioning
  • Seat angle
  • Stem length/rise
  • Seat-to-handlebar differential
  • Seat to aerobar differential
  • Handlebar asessment

2-D Body

$150

Please allow two hours

  • Your optimal riding position on your current bicycle. Available for road, mountain and hybrid bicycles. Whether you’re touring, racing or club riding, this package will increase your overall cycling enjoyment.
  • Seat height + Seat fore/aft positioning
  • Seat angle
  • Stem length/rise
  • Seat-to-handlebar or aerobar differential
  • Handlebar asessment

Pedal/Cleat

$50

Please allow one hour

  • Your ideal shoe/cleat position. We pay special attention to your power interface with the bike-your feet and shoes. Proper cleat adjustment is essential for foot comfort and injury prevention for your knees.
  • Forefoot angle
  • Cleat shims and wedges
  • Fore/aft cleat position
  • Rotational cleat position
  • Optimal crank arm length & more