Bikefit & Positional Analysis:

Cycling is currently one of the fastest growing pastimes with an increasing number of people investing in bikes. The popularity of cycling has led to an increase in individuals and shops offering bikefit aimed at helping you achieve the best position and sizing along with the commercial gain of selling one of their products.

Unfortunately they often fail to explain that the fit often requires further multiple adjustments as you ride more. In addition many bikefit sessions are provided by sales staff who have attended a one or two day seminar from specific manufacturers aimed at selling bikes.

A lack of understanding about your strengths, weaknesses or previous injuries or activities often leads to further problems or indeed new ones which can be debilitating. We recognise that you as an individual are unique and require the expertise of staff who have worked with professional cyclists and bike manufacturers to optimise position and performance by linking bikefit and physical assessment together. This approach is not applied in bike shop fits nor is there experience to accommodate this complex information.

If you have considered a bikefit or have had one previously that you are not entirely convinced by the outcome, you should consider booking in with our skilled team and have a ‘Professional’ level review of you and your bike.

Pricing: from 75
Appointments to suit you.

Elite Physio have experience of working at the very pinnacle of performance sport supporting athletes including Olympic & Paralympic medalists, Professional Protour Cycling, Premiership Football, Superleague Rugby, UK Athletics and PGA Golf.

Our practitioners have led dedicated teams of therapists through some of the worlds most significant sporting events including:

2009 Tour de France – Cervelo Professional Cycling Test Team,
2008 Beijing Paralympic Games, along with representing national teams at World & European Championships.
London 2012 Olympic & Paralympic games.
2013 Physiotherapist to Milan - San Remo winning cycling team MTN Qhubeka.