making cycling better

Professional bike fitting to imporove your riding, comfort and performance

We care about you and your cycling

With four highly trained and experienced bike fitters in London and Manchester, we offer the best bike fitting services in the UK

The world's finest bike brands and personal service

We can provide you with the perfect bike and equipment to suit your physiology and riding style

Bicycles designed and built for you

By getting to know and understand you better we can build you the perfect bicycle from the world's finest bike manufacturers: Trek, Seven, Passoni, Cervelo, Open Cycles.

Our Philosophy

Eddy Merckx - 5 time winner of the Tour de France and the Giro d'Italia. Winner of the Vuelta a Espana in 1973 and first rider ever to complete the Triple Crown. Merckx retired in 1978 aged 33 due to persistent injuries. Could it have been any better? We believe so. Since 2001 Cyclefit’s Founders— Julian Wall and Philip Cavell - have devoted more space and resources to bike fitting than any other company in Europe. They have travelled the world studying, developing, teaching and creating bike fitting techniques for amateur riders, global bike manufacturers, and World Tour Riders. All because they know how important bike fitting is to the enjoyment and performance of the most beautiful sport on earth.

Our Journal

The First Rule of Back Club

Phil breaks a two year self-imposed writing omerta on his back injury, on the eve of revision fusion surgery. He also comes up with his Top Ten Tips for anyone facing back surgery.

Nutrition, training and ageing

There is very little data about how we should eat as we get older and train harder. Medical Dietitian and Elite racer Darren Barclay knows more about this subject than most

Can a pair of cycling shoes ever be worth £900?

As Mavic launches the Comète Ultimate shoe costing £900, we consider the value propoistion. Can any cycle shoe be worth £900? And if so is the Mavic Comète worth this rarified pricing?

Humans Did Not Evolve To Ride Bikes

This journal is based on a keynote lecture that Phil Cavell gave at ISCO15 in Munster. It explores the evolution curve of the human and the evolution curve of the modern bicycle. And whether the two curves intersect in a place that could reasonably be described as a happy equilibrium?