Bike Fit

A bike that fits well and is right for your height, flexibility and riding style is a bike you’ll love riding. A bike that fits poorly can lead to inefficient riding, muscle aches and pains, and general discomfort that might discourage you from riding as long or as far as you want.

We ensure that after your session with one of our bike fitting experts you’ll have a clear understanding of how your body works on a bicycle and why a proper fitting bicycle is so important to your riding experience. A bike that fits you correctly will be safer, more comfortable and more fun. CrankWorks Cycles ultimate goal is for you to be able to ride longer, with less stress on your body.
If you have any questions or would like to schedule a fit stop by our store in Nyack or call us at 845-358-0101 or contact Eric Goldstein.

Basic Fit


  • Adjust Saddle Height
  • Adjust Saddle Setback
  • Adjust Bar Position and Rotation

2D Fit


  • Pre Fit Interview
  • Flexibility Assessment
  • Limited Structural Assessment
  • Cleat Adjustment
  • Comprehensive static and dynamic side view position and fit
  • Dynamic saddle and handlebar positioning
  • Shoulder/Elbow/Hand Alignment

Fitting Notes:

*For any Bike Fit or cleat installation, additional accessories are separately charged.
Pre Fit Interview and Assessments
This is performed for the 2D The pre fit interview will consider the rider’s history, previous injuries, and goals. The 2D Fittings will have a range of exercises to cover for the flexibility and structural assessments.

Flexibility Assessment
This is used to help determine a rider’s flexibility limits. Flexibility affects how comfortable a rider can be on the bike. This evaluation will help us determine possible positions for the rider in order to maximize their potential.
Structural Assessment

This addresses the rider’s rear foot and forefoot angulations. This evaluation helps to determine the customer’s need for shims, wedges and/or foot beds. A supported foot offers stability and power which ultimately affects the alignment of the hip/knee/foot. Since cycling is a sport of repetition, the rider benefits directly from the proper fit. There isn’t any reason to ride inefficiently, with discomfort, or pain any longer.