It's not just smoke and mirrors.

     In the rush to own the latest and greatest in bicycle technology people often overlook the most important part of buying a new bicycle, the fit. No amount of carbon fiber, titanium or computer-aided design can make up for a poorly fitting bicycle. It's sort of like those sexy Italian shoes that look great but they make your feet bleed if you wear them for more than twenty minutes. If you're buying a fancy bicycle to impress your friends and neighbors that's great, but if you want to ride you need a bicycle that fits.

Serrotta Fit System:

     We are one of the select few Serotta Dealers in the country. This allows us to not only offer the Serotta line of bicycles but it also gives us access to the Serotta Personal Fit System. This scientific and repeatedly proven method of sizing a bicycle to the riders individual need was developed to provide the most accurate fit possible.

     Our staff stays up to date with the latest sizing methods and they have been to the Serotta fit clinic where they earned the coveted title of Fit Technician.

What size bike do I need?

     Our experienced staff can give you a general idea of size. Through the course of observing you on the bike and talking about your style of riding, we can fine-tune the fit of any bicycle.

     Every bike we sell is fitted to the customer, from a two-hundred dollar cruiser to a seven thousand dollar Serrotta Ottrott. Swapping stems and adjusting saddle position are just a few of the things we can do to make a production bike fit as closely as possible.

     Obviously no production bike will fit perfectly and that's why we use the Serotta Fit System. With the Size Cycle, mirrors, and hi-tech laser measuring devices, we are able to generate a blueprint for a bike that will fit perfectly. We're still saving up for the smoke machine and beautiful assistant.  Interested parties please contact us.

     Once we have created this blueprint we can give the numbers to Serotta, or if you prefer another custom frame maker, and they can begin building what will probably be the last bike you'll ever own.