Re: Fit Calculator
> Looking for web based fit resources. Do any sites give saddle setback
> and handlebar reach measurements based on user measurements? Found one
> at competitive cyclist, but it leaves much to be desired.
Ed Zimmerman has Ergobike, which takes a lot of body measurements and
in return gives recommendations based on several popular formulas
(Lemond, Eddy B, CONI, etc.). I like it because I can see how big the
bullseye is by how much they disagree. ;-)http://www.bsn.com/Cycling/ergobike.html
"This program attempts, on the basis of anthropometric measurements, to
assist in the determination of ones optimal road bicycle position. The
focus of this program is upon competitive models for general road
racing. Criterium, cross, mountain, track and other disciplines (and
positions such as the Position American popular in triathlon and
Time-Trialing) will have different values. Dozens of models from
researchers, many coaches and books have been included. Sound like
rocket science? Fortunately rocket science has a sounder basis."