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  • Recommended bike fitter within 30 miles of Leeds
  • Premier Icon blader1611
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    Can anybody recommend a bike fitter around Leeds/Harrogate or surrounding area? Preferably one which doesnt go north of £200. Was looking at Insnyccoaching in Harrogate but not much in the way of independent reviews.

    Premier Icon MoreCashThanDash
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    Andy Bishop in Worksop. £75(?) iirc.

    Premier Icon ElShalimo
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    These often get good recommendations around here

    About Fit2Ride

    Premier Icon frankconway
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    York Cycleworks.

    Premier Icon northernremedy
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    York cycle works aren’t doing it currently. Asked them last week

    Premier Icon ElShalimo
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    There’s also Woodrups in Leeds and Sowerby Brothers in Mirfield

    Premier Icon esselgruntfuttock
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    Don’t Prologue in Arrogit do it? I’d have thought they’d either do it or know someone.
    Mind you, there’s nowt inexpensive in Arrogit!
    I’ll ask a lad at work, he’s in some club round there.

    Premier Icon esselgruntfuttock
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    Apparently Prologue & Chevin both do fits.

    Premier Icon fubar
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    Again, James @ fit2ride in Ripponden

    He knows his onions (saw him about a decade ago) – I’d forgot the chaps name but a quick look at the top end of Strava segments in the area and he’s there, a keen rider.

    Pricing looks like it might tip a little over £200 but I think that includes some moulded custom footbeds for your shoes (not sure if it’s an option to leave these out but I’ve been happy with mine)

    Premier Icon bikerevivesheffield
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    Fit4velo at kelham Island in Sheffield due bike fit and biomechanics as he is a qualified physio that’s worked with the British Tri team

    Premier Icon jamesco
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    There’s a guy on Meanwood road on the estate where the storage/removals company are, forget his name but my mate used him a couple of years ago, good and cheap he said, sorted him a comfy saddle as well.

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