Iâ€™m in Paraguay, South America at the moment. Did a retul fit last year when a Brazilian dude came in town but other than that, there isnâ€™t certified fitters in town.
As a result, me and everyone else relies on YouTube and perception for our fitting.
Me personally, I have tremendous issues with chafing (went from Mistika, Sitero, Sitero II, and now Dash) and as of recently, inside knee pain. Iâ€™m a mess.
So even though I plan to rely on the amazing power of the ST community and do a â€ścritic my fitâ€ť post, I was wondering if relying on todayâ€™s tools, a remote fitting is possible in the year 2020?
I definitely would have all the right setup in place (Tacx neo, camera, dots, live feed) and Iâ€™m quite comfortable around making adjustments. I built both my bikes out of the box, so I would be able to adjust height, tilt, angles and what not.
Is this thinking too loco? Or or this something doable?
What Iâ€™m looking:
â€˘ solve my chafing
â€˘ knee pain
Iâ€™m all eyes! School me.