Adrian offers up to 2 hours personalized service for 1 bike or 3-hour session for 2 bikes with an 8 week follow up period for positional reviews at no additional cost to the rider.
Each session consists of bike position assessment using various methodologies and technology for cleat, saddle and physiotherapy assessment across road/time trial/triathlon/MTB/Cyclocross and touring bikes.

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It is our overriding goal to assist as many riders as possible from recreation level to elite professional and share as much knowledge as possible to achieve individual goals. Health fund rebates are applicable according to initial assessment physiotherapy code 500.

We familiar with positional UCI rules and regulations if required for UCI events.

960fps video motion capture is completed using a direct drive or fluid trainer that accommodates standard, boost and non-boost rear spacing, thru axles, disc brakes/rotors, plus size and 29er MTB sizing.  We also use LEOMO’s cutting-edge bluetooth motion analysis technology, see below for more details.

Variations to the 2-hour session may apply depending on rider requirements, contact reception on 9316 1186 or email for additional queries.

Leomo Bluetooth motion tracking:

Using Bluetooth motion tracking sensors and sophisticated software we can track 3d motion in real time and view all this on a live video feed.

The five motion sensors are three-axis gyroscope and three-axis accelerometers motion sensors and record the athlete’s movements at 100 data points per second. Optitrack Motion Capture has verified the accuracy of this process.
Using the bike fitters knowledge and experience we can identify areas that could lead to potential injury as well avenues to increase performance, pedaling efficiency and improve time trial position.

This can be tracked over time and improvements reviewed during the follow up process. See HERE for more details.

What to expect during a bike fit consultation:

1. Physiotherapy assessment of you as an athlete, addressing any current or previous injuries, identifying goals and review of training loads and plans for upcoming races or events.

2. Bike Fit – Assessment of bike set up and position on a direct drive trainer with assistance from motion capture technology.

3. Development of a strength and conditioning program to address past or present injuries and reduce the risk of future injuries. The stronger you are, not only will you be faster and more powerful on the bike, you will be more comfortable in maintaining a more aerodynamic position – essential for long rides and increasing ride duration.

4. Follow up session to ensure you are happy with the fit, any further changes (if necessary), review identified issues with injury or training load and progress your tailored strengthening program.

Following your review you will be emailed a summary of findings, including any changes made to the bike and a copy of your strength and conditioning program.