Women’s Bike Positioning

When you begin cycling, whether while purchasing a new bike from a bike shop or after getting used bike from a friend, most people will recommend getting a bike fit for the new ride. You’ve heard the term “bike fitting” before, but what exactly does that mean? Bike fitters have usually gone to a school…

Sit-Bone-Pain

One of the most frequently asked questions and complaints is regarding sit bone pain or saddle comfort. In this short video, Cobb Cycling Fit Specialist Seth Cooke, explains how to relieve sit bone pain and the facts about sit bone width.

Innie or Outie?

The quest for a comfortable, yet practical, bike seat has presumably been going on since the second day the bicycle was invented. It is the search for the Holy Grail, the quest for all the answers to the Universe, the only thing stopping World Peace, and it is on every person’s mind that straddles a…

Crank Length-Coming Full Circle

A few years ago I was building up a new TT/tri bike and asked friend and colleague John Cobb, famed aerodynamics and biomechanics expert, what length cranks to use. John has been a well respected fixture in the world of triathlon for decades, and in some road cycling circles, especially those who followed LeMond and…