Women's Bike Fitting Clinic – Saturday July 24th at 6pm

A Women’s Bike Fitting Clinic, where we will introduce the Bikerowave (West L.A.’s only not for profit DIY Bicycle Co-op) and discuss common bike fitting issues pertaining to female cyclists, to be followed by some hands-on adjustment and advice for improved fit. (Bring your bike if you’ve got one, otherwise, come anyway, we can give you some pointers on what to look for.)




Subjects covered:

The bike – Is your bike the right size? What size do you need? How do you measure this?

Saddle design – Like Goldilocks’ porridge, it must be “just right” (Not too hard, but not too soft either.)

Saddle position – height, angle, fore-aft position (and why moving the seat forward is not the best way to compensate for a long top tube).

Handlebar / stem position – how adjusting the length and height of your handlebar and stem positions can vastly affect the feel of your bike.

Riding positions – how to get most comfortable for the style of riding you’re doing.

How long: Approx 90 minutes. A brief intro to bike fitting, followed by some open shop time to get your bike fitted properly.

When: Saturday, July 24th, 6pm.

Where: The Bikerowave, 12255 Venice Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90066 (In Mar Vista, between Grand View and Centinela.)

Cost: Free!

(Please post in the comments if you have any questions.)

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3 comments on “Women's Bike Fitting Clinic – Saturday July 24th at 6pm
  1. Rach Stevo says:

    Everybody is welcome to come and listen! This will be a clinic aimed at women but guys are more than welcome to come so they know how to help their lady-friends be more comfortable on their bikes. Because bike dates are better than regular dates. FACT.

  2. JB says:

    JB is, but if you want to help, you’re more than welcome.

  3. Mihai says:

    Great idea, this is so important for folks to actually be comfortable on their bike and avoid muscles strains. Who is running this bike fit clinic?

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