Journal

The latest news, reviews and advice from the CycleFit team

Short cranks, better pedalling?

I have the dubious honour of having virtually the shortest legs in the peloton but have for most of my cycling life used standard 170mm cranks on my road bike and 175mm on my mountain bike.

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Seven 622SLX Review

I would love to be able to say that I had bonded with our test 622 over thousands of miles in mixed terrain and various testing events. But that would be me 'mis-speaking' as MP's like to say or blatant lying as we know it.

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In search of the perfect saddle

Ahead of a sponsored bike ride from Manchester to London - and with a new saddle causing her all sorts of mischief - Helen Pidd went for a professional saddle fitting session. But is it worth £150?

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The Foot is Prince Cycling Podiatry

Cyclefit's fixed-foot specialist Podiatrist, Mick Habgood looks at the foot/pedal interface from The Ground Up.

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Open Cycles U.P. Test

We ride the new Open Cycles U.P. (Unbeaten Path) bike through the Chilterns and re-discover cycling Nirvana

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Cycling Podiatry - What Kind of Foot are You?

Cyclefit Podiatrist Mick Habgood continues his blog series. As one of the world's finest fixed-foot podiatrists Mick in this blog examines the different types of forefoot we can have and how that affects how you pedal.

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