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Pschnei3 01-07-2018 07:50 PM

Bike fitting Ohio
 
Can anybody recommend a good bike fitter in Ohio?

sales guy 01-07-2018 08:11 PM

Where in Ohio?

I can point you towards people in a few different places.

Pschnei3 01-07-2018 08:13 PM

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Originally Posted by sales guy (Post 2291188)
Where in Ohio?

I can point you towards people in a few different places.

I’m in the Cleveland area but willing to travel.

sales guy 01-07-2018 08:24 PM

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Originally Posted by Pschnei3 (Post 2291191)
I’m in the Cleveland area but willing to travel.

Eddy's in Stow is good. So is Spin in Lakewood. Both are kind of stuck up(Spin more so).
If you wanted to out of CLE, In Hilliard, Cyclical Nature, Bill is excellent. Velo Science in New Albany is good too. Wheelie Fun in Powell has a DFU which are great to use. In Cinci, Element and Brent are great too. Element and Velo are kind of stuck up tho. Bill is laid back and really good.

I'd recommend me or my guys at Cyclist Connection in Canal Winchester but they haven't finished their remodel and neither have we. Everything is packed up right now.

Pschnei3 01-07-2018 08:37 PM

Thanks!

Have you heard of BioWheels?

sales guy 01-07-2018 08:51 PM

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Originally Posted by Pschnei3 (Post 2291203)
Thanks!

Have you heard of BioWheels?

Yep. Mitch is good too. There are quite a few in Ohio.
Roll(good)
iPro in Bellbrook(excellent)
Baer Wheels(good)
Breakaway(ok)
TriTech(good)
Team(good)

There's a bunch. Some are nicer and not as stuck up as others. Some, I'd never set foot in.

Pschnei3 01-07-2018 09:02 PM

Thanks again.for all the info. I really appreciate it.

Please let me know when you are able to do fittings again.

sales guy 01-07-2018 09:08 PM

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Originally Posted by Pschnei3 (Post 2291219)
Thanks again.for all the info. I really appreciate it.

Please let me know when you are able to do fittings again.

Sure thing.

clyde the point 01-08-2018 05:27 AM

Consider posting several pics of you riding here, along with contact point measures, and let the general populace help for free. What problems are you having? And what changes, if any, have you made in your position?

audiojan 01-08-2018 11:09 AM

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Originally Posted by clyde the point (Post 2291302)
Consider posting several pics of you riding here, along with contact point measures, and let the general populace help for free. What problems are you having? And what changes, if any, have you made in your position?

Sometimes you get what you pay for... is it better than guessing? Yes, but since you're relying on various degrees of knowledge, you will end up with lots of bad advise and some (or little) good advise. All this is still missing the understanding of YOU, your goals, current/prior injuries/issues, distance/terrain, etc. etc. etc. Fit measurements are so much more than just physiological measurements, you need to add flexibility and core strength and that's before you compensate for what you've learned during the interview process.

Alan 02-21-2018 03:09 PM

One more person in Cinti
 
I live in Cincinnati and have worked for many years with Kathy Krumme, who is with 50 West Cycles. She taught for the Serotta fit school for many years and I think she is excellent. I have seen some of the fits done by others mentioned and I was not real impressed but Kathy is very good.

Feel free to reach out to me w questions.

Link is below:

https://fiftywestcycling.com/fitting-services/

Alan

Pschnei3 07-02-2018 12:48 PM

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Originally Posted by Alan (Post 2317640)
I live in Cincinnati and have worked for many years with Kathy Krumme, who is with 50 West Cycles. She taught for the Serotta fit school for many years and I think she is excellent. I have seen some of the fits done by others mentioned and I was not real impressed but Kathy is very good.

Feel free to reach out to me w questions.

Link is below:

https://fiftywestcycling.com/fitting-services/

Alan

Finally got around scheduling an appointment with Kathy. Thanks Alan

zambenini 07-04-2018 03:51 PM

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Originally Posted by sales guy (Post 2291210)
Yep. Mitch is good too. There are quite a few in Ohio.
Roll(good)
iPro in Bellbrook(excellent)
Baer Wheels(good)
Breakaway(ok)
TriTech(good)
Team(good)

There's a bunch. Some are nicer and not as stuck up as others. Some, I'd never set foot in.

Plug for i-Pro in Bellbrook. I have only ever had them re-tension wheels and such as thats all I have happened to need when visiting my mother in town there but it's a great shop and they have totally sweet parts and bikes in there. Good stuff and I would go to them for anything.

Nomadmax 01-30-2019 08:56 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Alan (Post 2317640)
I live in Cincinnati and have worked for many years with Kathy Krumme, who is with 50 West Cycles. She taught for the Serotta fit school for many years and I think she is excellent. I have seen some of the fits done by others mentioned and I was not real impressed but Kathy is very good.

Feel free to reach out to me w questions.

Link is below:

https://fiftywestcycling.com/fitting-services/

Alan

I second Kathy but would also recommend Roger at International Pro Bike Shop in Bellbrook, OH. Both are excellent.

Dirtdiggler 02-01-2019 06:14 AM

Im in Cleveland and can recommend the boys at Spin Bike shop in Lakewood, they carry Specialized, BMC dealer or Bike Authority in Broadview Hts, who carries Cervelo, Trek and Felt.


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