With all the great mountain bikes on the market, it’s challenging to pick the best make and model for you and your riding style.
Once you’ve chosen your dream bike, it’s even harder to select the right frame size. Most bike companies are making their bikes longer, but they haven’t updated their sizing charts to match. And, once you have your frame, how do you dial in your bars and stem?
I’m here to help.
This RideLogic bike selection consultation will help you choose the correct frame for your body and riding style, and it’ll show you how to dial in the cockpit so your bike handles great.
When you buy this item, I’ll email you.
I’ll ask you to tell me
- What kind of riding you enjoy.
- Which frame you’re interested in.
- Some basic body measurements.
I will tell you
- Which size frame fits you best.
- Specs for your stem, handlebars (width and rise) and headset spacers
- Seat height
“I have always struggled with bike fit since I have incredibly long arms. I always seemed to gravitate to bikes that are too small for me considering my height (6’2″), but with the help of Lee and the RideLogic System I was able to finally find the perfect combination for my body dimensions. I have never felt more confident and balanced on the bike! We have truly turned that bike into a trail scalpel. Thank you Lee for all the years of help and guidance!”
– James Ontiveros
“My 0.02 – given how big of an investment a bike is, the money spent for this is trivial. You can fix a lot of things after you buy a bike, but not the frame size. Without this I would be looking at a frame size that was wrong for me. Additionally, Lee gave me specifics on handlebars and stem setup. So I would say that anyone would benefit when looking at a new bike.”
– Michael Rudel
“The RideLogic™ fit system that Lee used on me is great! After Lee set up my SB6c and showed me the simple repetitive motion of aggressive descending, I felt a mental switch, and my power and efficiency immediately improved.
“I would recommend this fit system to any mountain bike athlete looking for more speed and confidence on the bike. It definitely made me a faster more capable downhill rider.”
– Peter Hartwig, pro enduro racer