Edinburgh Bike Fitting

Premium bike fitting services.


Edinburgh Bike Fitting is based within Ronde Bicycle Outfitters in Stockbridge Edinburgh and offers a Professional bike fitting service for cyclists of all different types and abilities in Edinburgh and we offer a mobile bike fit service across Scotland.


Edinburgh Bike Fitting offers our services in our studio location or at your location. Our fitter now has years of experience of fitting professionally, having networked with some of the worlds best bike fitters since we began.


Not only do we offer access to the very latest bike fitting technology to give us great feedback on your position we offer you a fitter with an understanding of how your body works on the bike making sure you end up with a bike fit that is right for you.


Constantly researching the latest information available on fit and regularly upgrading our technology to continue to offer the best possible bike fit available anywhere in Scotland and throughout the UK.


Our lead fitter has 2 degrees in sport science, Retül university qualification and recently attended the 2015 ISCO bike fitting symposium in Germany, having worked with cyclists of all abilities from beginner to national champions.

Our fits are focused on delivering the best possible bike fit solution for you and your bike. From Aerodynamic Assessments for racing cyclists to Single Fits for beginners, we offer a range of bike fitting services.

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Bike Fitting

What does a bike fitting really mean? - Generally people don't think about all the things that need to be adjusted such as Cleat position, Crank length, Stem length, Saddle shape, height, fore/aft, Handlebar angle, drop, all of which impact on each other and impact greatly on your comfort.

It's not really best to think about what a bike fit can add to your performance, everyone has a physiological potential before they jump on any bike, and while a good bike fit can't add to that, a bad fit can make it hard to reach it. The best bike fit simply produces the position that impedes you the least when you're cycling while simultaneously minimising any stresses on your joints or unnecessary excessive loading on any muscles.

A holistic process that takes everything into account before making any changes is generally best advised,  a critical evaluation of your own flexibility and strength limitations along with any injury history is always the best place to start and then from there work your way over to the bike.

In due course we will be releasing a step by step guide on how to go about getting your position sorted from the cleats to the hoods, of course if you would rather we did it for you then you can get in touch now to make an appointment.

Douglas Shaw

Edinburgh Bike Fitting