bike fit

Riding comfort: What to consider when choosing a saddle

The first thing that went into my small suitcase when packing for ten days of riding in the French Alps and Pyrenees was my saddle. Sure the bike I was hiring would come with a decent quality saddle, and if I left my own behind, I might have even be able to squeeze in a […]


A Chat With Andy Pruitt

A couple weeks ago we had the opportunity to sit down for a chat with Dr. Andy Pruitt and Scott Holz who were visiting Australia from the US. Both are arguably two of the most renowned and respected authorities on bike-fit. We spoke to Andy Pruitt and Scott Holz about their experiences with positioning the […]


Bike fit – is it worth it?

A few weeks ago I went into Total Rush to get a proper fit done on my new bike. I’ve always been a big advocate of making sure your bike fits you properly. That said I’ve also been sceptical of the absolute need for these fitting services – some people see them as a big up-sell opportunity […]


The Science of Bike Fitting

Update: Before you read on I should warn you to take a close look at the date before you take this too seriously. I’ve already expressed my opinion on how important a proper bike fit is.  It’s the best $300 you’ll ever spend to get more comfort and power out of your trusty steed.  Or […]


Finding the right saddle

I had the pleasure of working with Osteopath Dominic Briscomb from First Place Osteopathy a couple months ago during the Sun Tour. He was such a captivating guy to listen to with a wealth of cycling related knowledge combined with his profession. He’s worked on loads of high profile pro cyclists and amateurs alike. I’ve been […]


How to set up cleat positioning

When I started this post I originally intended on doing a write-up for a full bike fit. It didn’t take long before I started to comprehend how massive a topic this is. Even the basics would take thousands of words and dozens of photos to explain. Therefore I decided to break this topic down to the individual […]


Orthotics for Cycling

This post was written for us by Sam Jeffrey from Active Feet.  After reading some interesting articles on cyclingnews about foot problems with cycling I asked Sam if he could write a post about orthotics for cycling.   Here it is… Leading to Orthotics…  Biomechanics & Repetition.  Overuse Injuries. It isn’t uncommon that those who cycle […]