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I have heard there is a guy in Lexington who is an old professional cyclist who does bike fits the traditional way...anyone know what company he works for?


2013-08-19 12:14 PM
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I might be able to help with a little more info. Not sure why you would go to Columbia to find a Ex-Pro when you can just go to Barleys, get a pint of beer and as you stumble your way back to your table you will spill on a couple of them. Greenville is loaded with Ex-Pro cyclist. If you are looking for a bike fitter, there are quite a few locally using new and old techniques.
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Originally posted by pschriver I might be able to help with a little more info. Not sure why you would go to Columbia to find a Ex-Pro when you can just go to Barleys, get a pint of beer and as you stumble your way back to your table you will spill on a couple of them. Greenville is loaded with Ex-Pro cyclist. If you are looking for a bike fitter, there are quite a few locally using new and old techniques.

 

HAHA, that is true, plus that is something I am really good at...drink full pints of beer!!  I hang my head in shame if I spill any though...

This guy is supposed to be really good.  Was part of the Olympic team that won Gold in Atlanta in track cycling and I think the team prior that won silver or bronze.  He does the same bike fit that Jim Cunningham does at Greenville Cycle Center but instead of spending $200 for Jim, this guy is $65...Meet this woman at the Greenville Tri who told me about him...



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2013-08-19 6:39 PM
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are you having a lot of issues with your bike? this doesn't seem to be the first time i've seen you posting about bike fits
2013-08-19 8:30 PM
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If your looking for speed you need who-ever did Kyle's fit. 2nd fastest bike split at Greenville (only slower than the guy who was fit at the A-2 wind tunnel) and then he tops himself by having the fastest TT at Donaldson. He's ready to be the spokesman for Sufferfest.
2013-08-20 8:37 AM
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Originally posted by Clempsonare you having a lot of issues with your bike? this doesn't seem to be the first time i've seen you posting about bike fits

I have never had a correct bike fit.  Had the bike for a few years now and only had the down and dirty fit taking about 10 minutes when I first bought the bike.  This is the first year I have actually been spending time on the bike.  My bike at Greenville was HORRIBLE, not the bike fit i know, was due to feeling like poop in my legs.

I have spoken with a few guys regarding bike fit, they have said they have seen the largest gains after having a proper bike fit.



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Originally posted by pschriver If your looking for speed you need who-ever did Kyle's fit. 2nd fastest bike split at Greenville (only slower than the guy who was fit at the A-2 wind tunnel) and then he tops himself by having the fastest TT at Donaldson. He's ready to be the spokesman for Sufferfest.

yeah that would be nice to be at that level...doubt that will happen for me this year...still going to borrow those wheels of yours for every little bit of help!



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