Journal

The latest news, reviews and advice from the CycleFit team

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The New Pro - Earning Their Positions

26th September 2017 · Posted by Philip Cavell

The new generation of professional cyclists are choosing to view Cyclefitting as a personal and continuous consultation, not a mass participation event at a team training camp.

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Are current road bike frame geometries outdated?

4th May 2017 · Posted by Julian Wall

If we look back over the last century nothing much has changed on a bike frame’s geometry other than the materials used for its assembly but bikefitting innovation and techniques have changed dramatically in recent years.

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

15th April 2017 · Posted by Philip Cavell

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?

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Humans Did Not Evolve To Ride Bikes

30th March 2017 · Posted by Philip Cavell

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?

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Moving Beyond Fit

23rd February 2017 · Posted by Philip Cavell

How does 'Fit' relate to 'Custom'? What advantage does moving to custom get you over a stock frame - our friends at Seven Cycles ponder.

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Correct pedalling technique

18th February 2017 · Posted by Julian Wall

In this journal entry we look at an issue that has been especially close to our hearts for every single day of our 15 years years because of the potential for efficiency loss and even injury to many cyclists – the Myth of the Upstroke.

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