What are Your Professional Bike Fit Options?

How Long Does a Bike Fit Take?

Your professional bike fit is comprehensive and therefore, does take time. But, we’d rather be too thorough and get things right! We will need you and your bike, for between 1.5 and 2.5 hours – depending on the level of fitting you require. We’ll also provide you with a detailed report that we’ll send to you after we’ve further analysed your videos etc. That way, we can save you time, by just doing the assessing and measuring during your bike fit consultation.

At PhysioWorks we offer 4 Levels of Bike Fitting:

  1. Platinum
  2. Gold
  3. Silver
  4. Bronze

PLATINUM

Full Professional Bike Fit

Standard Bike Fit & Cyclist Musculoskeletal Screening
Allow 2.5 hours

Combining your standard bike fit (Gold) with a cyclist musculoskeletal screening (Silver) and your bike frame sizing (Bronze) is the best and most efficient way to either optimise your cycling or eliminate any pain or cycling discomfort.

If you are suffering pain or discomfort with prolonged riding or you would like to simply prevent injury or optimise your cycling efficiency (lowest energy expenditure for cycling output), then we highly recommend the Full Bike Fit option.

We Recommend the Platinum Full Professional Bike Fit for:
  • Elite cyclists
  • Competitive cyclists
  • Serious recreational
  • Any cyclist who is suffering pain, discomfort, cramping or fatigue.
  • You are optimising your bike fit for efficient power / minimal energy expenditure.
Your Full Bike Fit includes:
  • Measuring YOU (Bronze).
  • Measuring your BIKE.
  • Full Cyclist Musculoskeletal Screen (Silver).
  • Plus, all the components of a Standard Bike Fit (Gold).
  • A thorough assessment report of your current status
  • Your initial phase of corrective exercises.
  • A recommended treatment plan.

Your bike fit physio will prepare a report for you outside of your consultation to save you time at the clinic.

GOLD

Standard Professional Bike Fit

Our Most Popular Bike Fit Option!

Professionally Fitting You to Your Bike
Allow 1.5 hours.

A professional bike fit takes time and accurate analysis. Bike fitting is all about ensuring that YOU fit YOUR BIKE optimally.

We Recommend a Gold Standard Professional Bike Fit for:
  • a cyclist who does not experience any pain or discomfort when you initially ride your bike, but you do experience some soreness or ache with longer rides.
  • You are optimising your bike fit for efficient power / minimal energy expenditure.

Note: If you experience pain when you initially start riding your bike, you should have a typical physiotherapy assessment consultation. You may have a significant musculoskeletal problem!

Your Standard Bike Fit includes:
  • Measuring YOU.
  • Measuring your BIKE.
  • We are checking if your bike is the right size for YOU.
  • We are analysing and modifying your bike to fit you best.
  • We use slow-mo video analysis of your cycling setup and style.
  • We provide an optional thorough report of your current status and any recommendations.

Your bike fit physio will prepare a report for you outside of your consultation to save you time at the clinic.

What to Bring:
  • YOU – in cycling attire: shoes, knicks and tight-fitting top.
  • YOUR BIKE – We’ll pop you on a wind trainer so be ready to ride!

SILVER

Cyclist Musculoskeletal Screening

Allow 1.0 hours


We focus your cyclist musculoskeletal screening upon your body and its ability to comfortably and optimally cycle. We’ll inform you what is right, what could be improved, and how to improve any deficiencies.

We Recommend a Cyclist Musculoskeletal Screening for:
  • Elite cyclists, high-end recreational, or competitive cyclists who wish to prevent a cycling injury or want to improve their cycling performance.
  • You are a cyclist who is suffering pain, discomfort, cramping or fatigue.
  • You are optimising your bike fit for efficient power / minimal energy expenditure.
Your Cyclist Musculoskeletal Screening includes:
  • Joint flexibility and hypermobility testing: spine and limbs.
  • Muscle power testing.
  • Muscle control testing.
  • Muscle endurance testing.
  • Muscle timing and activation order assessment
  • Muscle flexibility and tone.
  • Neural tissue extensibility.
  • The impact of previous injury or surgery on your cycling ability.
  • Corrective exercises.
  • Your subsequent treatment plan.

BRONZE

Professional Bike Sizing

Allow 0.75 hours

What bike size should you purchase?

Your physiotherapist will accurately measure your anthropometrics. Then, they will advise you of your best bike size and recommended crank length etc.

For more information, please contact our reception team or bike fit physio for their recommendations.

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