Lockdowns and social distancing be damned, LEOMO is offering the world’s first technology-enhanced remote bike fitting service to cyclists that uses the company’s TYPE-S Sensor Kit Pro software system.
Utilizing LEOMO’s revolutionary portable motion analysis technology and the company’s expertise in cycling form data, the new service allows all levels of cyclists and triathletes to fine-tune their position and movements to achieve optimal performance without having to visit a bike shop.
The remote bike fitting service utilizes LEOMO’s next-level cycling metrics that optimize pedaling form with five sensors. The service includes rental of the TYPE-S Sensor Kit Pro and expert guidance for riders to set up the device and sensors to perform the measurement process while on their road bike or triathlon/TT bike.
Traditional bike fitting methods using coefficients, over-the-counter services using cumbersome harnesses, and empirical and sensory settings have been used to measure and set saddle heights. By using LEOMO’s remote service, they will provide your own benchmark and starting point to those who do not have a standard value. In addition, experienced riders will have more room to improve their performance with the saddle height and setback position based on motion analysis.
Typically competitive cyclists and triathletes go through a bike fitting service once or twice a year. But there is a demand for micro adjustments between services. There are a lot of athletes who don’t have a bike fitter nearby when they have pain in their current position or want to adjust the position to improve performance.
“By undergoing a LEOMO bike fit on my road bike, I was finally able to find the same good feeling on my road bike as on my TT bike,” says Victor Campenaerts, a Belgian pro cyclist who rides for UCI WorldTeam NTT Pro Cycling and holds the hour record of 55.089 kilometers.
“This new service gives you the personal input of an expert biker-fitter with the precision of motion analysis technology that truly makes it a unique service for getting those last percentage gains to maximize your performance,” says Adam Hansen, an Australian professional cyclist who rides for UCI WorldTeam Lotto–Soudal who holds the record for completing 20 consecutive Grand Tour events.
LEOMO offers two bike-fit plans, the Basic that determines proper saddle height adjustment by 2x measurements and includes 2 reports including the company’s rental TYPE-S unit for $99, and the Standard that includes 3x measurements and proposes recommended values for the saddle height and setback for $132.
Remote bike-fitting customers can also receive a $60 discount on the purchase of a TYPE-S Sensor Kit Pro setup, and a $20 discount for the TYPE-S Sensor Kit package within three weeks of undergoing the service.
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