Cycling is changing – more and more discipline-specific bike types are developing. This also affects the work area and catalogue of requirements of bike fitting.
Gravel bikes, various MTB types, technologically fully integrated triathlon machines or diverse e-bike variants are streaming onto the market and eventually end up in the bike fitting labs.
But what distinguishes classic road bike fitting from the new generation of bikes? How do I assess the seating position and which parameters differ?
These are the questions we would like to address in our course. We will revisit the basics of bike fitting and apply them to the different bike categories. The result is a practice-oriented course that will appeal to both experienced bike fitters and those who are inexperienced in this area.