Mountain BIKE FIT

Mountain bike setup

Helping you in such a way that you move efficiently, safe and comfortable

When you’re cycling you move in a repetitive pattern. You sit on the saddle, holding the handlebars, feet clipped into pedals moving through the circle.
Your strength, flexibility and your equipment determine how you need to be positioned to get maximum power without getting hurt.
I measure and analyze every cyclist with the same attention to detail and with the same precision. Regardless of the fitness level we all want to enjoy the fluidity of the movement.


What kind of issues might be solved through bikefit?

  • discomfort or pain in almost any area of the body (low back, neck, knee, groin, wrist, foot)
    of course if there isn’t other medical problem causing the pain, we will be able work through it and figure out if you need further help
  • better performance
  • aerodynamics improvement

what you get


functional movement screening


Hi Speed Movement Analysis


mechanical changes are applied during the session


cleats adjusted for one pair of shoes


final bike fit measurement data


parts recommendations IF NEEDED


stretching and movement improvement suggestions

which bike types can brought to a session


mountain bike

Mountain bike fit setup

is born out of decades of mountain bike experience. CycleFit Europe is the best option for you in getting set to your most powerful, and efficient position.

If I am working on an existing bike position, I will review your existing position and provide recommendations on changes to make to your existing bike to help you achieve the position we have established.

The process starts with my long-in-process Functional Movement Screening. This functional movement screening I have been refining from year to year and it is truly what separates winning and comfort from just being there and another number in the field.

Used and refined the ultimate bike fit screening process since we introduced it to World Tour Team HTC – Highroad in 2009.

I can confidently say that I have worked with the best of the best – Gustav Iden, the current Ironman World Champion, Kristian Blummenfelt – current Olympic Triathlon Champion, Patrick Lange – 2x Ironman Kona champion, to legendary German Ironman Champion – Normann Stadler.

Just a very small list of champions that have all trusted in my bike fitting process and bike fitting advice.

Please let me help you with your next best performance!




Digitally stored bike measurement fit data and that means we can help you set up multiple bikes if you need. As the seasons change, so does your bike fit. Your perfect fit with our road cycling analysis is always evolving and as you become more or less flexible, more or less fit, that will and can affect how you sit on the bike. A bike fit with me helps you!

If you’ve had a full bike fit evaluation, we can help you adjust your position through the season.

Ask about pricing details if you’re already been in for adjustments through the year.

Preparation for competition or for your next competition, sitting comfortably on your bike helps this significantly..

Frequently Asked Questions

how much does a bike fit cost?

It depends on the services that you book. Please refer to my online bike fit booking system. Sometimes, we might need to change bike parts like cranks, saddles, or handlebars. Depending on the extra time involved, there may be extra costs involved, which I will inform you of up front as needed.

what do i need to bring with me to a bike fit?

CLEAN bike, cycling shoes and clothing. If you have any additional components that you think we might consider using bring them with you.

how long does a bike fit take?

Anywhere from 1,5 to 2,5 hours, depending on your issues and your bike. A triathlon bike fit, for example, can be more involved and complicated

are people allowed to accompany me?

In your best interest of focus for your appointment, One on One is always the best for you.

If you don't feel well, please inform me and we can make arrangements to reschedule your appointment.