The rider positioning process is the first and most important stage in a bike fit. For riders who use flat pedals or are happy with their cleat positioning this may be the only fit module needed.
After discussing goals, injuries / past problems and current setup, we will do a functional assessment on and off the bike. We then use an adjustable fit bike to allow us to make small adjustments on the fly while trying out different resistance levels.
The goal for this process is to position the saddle relative to the cranks in order to maximise power output and minimise the effort wasted just maintaining your riding position. Then we will adjust the handlebar position and controls setup to ensure comfort and handling.
The rider positioning segment costs £150, and generally takes around two hours. This includes making any adjustments on your own bike, and any parts which need to be swapped can be ordered for an additional cost.