I am admittedly a newbie here and going back to the forums again to dissect some information from my most recent bike fit last week. Some background, I received a fit a couple years back from a guru certified fitter in the North Charlotte area. I have not ridden in 2 years and it was suggested that i get a new fit. Long Story short, Last week I found myself with a 2 day layover in LA and decided to call around to some of the preferred fitters to see if i could get squeezed in. I was fit by a outfit out of the Irvine area. They used Retul to help with the fit. (notes and video attached). My concern is that these two fits seem to be pretty different, or I could be totally missing something. In both fit situations I am coming form little to no experience on a triathlon bike or even road bike for that matter, so i find it hard to believe that they seem so different. Anyway, my goal is to purchase a cervelo or quintana roo tri-bike.
Basic information about me: I am 6'2" I don't think i am necessarily long legged or long torso'd...
What say ye?
Final DFU X/Y coordinates: (Also referred to as Serotta X/Y coordinates, these four measures start at the bottom bracket and measure to the middle of the handlebars and the clamping area of the saddle rails. I convert these numbers into an ideal frame stack and reach pair of numbers that allow us to search for available bikes)((Fitters Notes))
PX 457 (467 acceptable alternative) (back of pad, i assume)
PY 706 (696 acceptable alternative)
Bottom bracket to top of saddle 80.3 cm Bottom bracket to saddle nose tip -5 cm (ISM Long) Saddle nose tip to back of pads 52.3 cm Top of saddle to top of pads -8.3 cm
Video: Retul fit https://photos.google.com/...cHU0ek1UNHdMdnNhQVpR
Retul Fit Link for full report: https://www.dropbox.com/...st%20Report.pdf?dl=0
[/font]Retul additional notes with x/y: https://www.dropbox.com/...es%20Report.pdf?dl=0[/font]
Guru fit link for full report: https://www.dropbox.com/...EZyBcCCoSL2awka?dl=0