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Hey all fairly new here so please be nice...

Reading the forums a bike fit for a tt bike seems to be one of the best investments I can make. I have had my p2 for a year and i love it but the only thing i have done for the fit is get the right saddle height.

This said does anyone have any recomendations for a good bike fit in london uk? Im sure this has been said before but would be nice to get an up to date recomendation
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Re: Bikefit london [Lazydoc] [ In reply to ]
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No personal experience with Rich and his fits, but I know he is in the London area and would be worth looking into.

http://www.freespeed.co.uk/


Might also check out the ST database: http://www.slowtwitch.com/...?state=unitedkingdom

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I have heard plenty of mixed reviews for London fitters. If I were going to go down that road, I would head out to Ten-Point in Amersham.
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As Brad mentioned Freespeed is a good option if your west/south. Swift Cycles (near Spitalfields) is another option if your north/east.

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I've heard good things about Bespoke in Canary Wharf.

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Re: Bikefit london [Lazydoc] [ In reply to ]
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Cyclefit UK, in the covent garden area

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If you can travel a bit there’s also http://www.velomotion.co.uk/
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Brian, Helen and their crew at Ten Point is a GREAT location http://www.ten-point.co.uk/bikes/bike-fitting/

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Re: Bikefit london [Lazydoc] [ In reply to ]
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Use the search function. This has been answered maybe half a dozen times.
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I used department of endurance in March, very good IMO.

On this forum as @doe
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There's Cadence Performance in Crystal Palace:

http://cadenceperformance.com/


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Re: Bikefit london [Lazydoc] [ In reply to ]
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Another vote for Richard at Freespeed - I've been to see him a few times, really nice guy - and very triathlon focussed, not a bike fitter that also does TT.
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