Expert bike fit advice and know how. Get your riding position just right with help from our articles with bike fit experts from around the world. It will do wonders for your riding!

Slammed stem

Take a look at most of the bikes in the pro peloton and you’ll notice that most riders run their stem very low, often snug up against the headset. Slamming…

Handlebar reach

The distance you have to stretch (or ‘reach’) to get your hands on the bars, with your arms, glutes and lower back in a comfortable riding position is dictated by…

Back Pain

Correct bike geometry and set-up are both vital for a healthy back, but as Andrew Hamilton explains, for some cyclists, fatigue produces undesirable changes in muscle movement which also affects…

bike fit, fitting, measure,

More and more people of all ages are taking to two wheels and pedal power, and that has seen a complementary growth in the number of businesses offering bike-fitting services


A comfortable pair of bib shorts is an essential piece of kit. Endura have realised that the current ergonomics applied to bib shorts does not suit everyone. For example, just because…

Shimano, Pedal test

Essential for road riding, racing and sportive participation, here we look at some of the clipless pedal systems available for cyclists

Injury feet featured

Have you been suffering from sore feet the morning after a big ride, or worse still during a ride? Physio Lewis Smith explains that it might be your plantar fascia,…


We take a quick look at some of the more popular pedal-cleat systems on the market, which include; Look Keo, Shimano SPD and SL, Speedplay and Time Xpresso

Bike fit, assessment, measurement, retül, fitting, cycle, bespoke

at a bike-fit with Bespoke Cycling, the body calls the shots, discovers Rebecca Miles

Perfect your pedalling

Power = torque x speed: but many people are only strong during a small part of the pedal stroke. Weight training can increase strength and efficiency during the whole stroke.…

Cold, winter weather riding

Staying fit through winter requires commitment and determination. One way to make it easier is with a dedicated winter bike, but what’s the best way to set it up?