Entries are now open for the 2016 Tour of Cambridgeshire, which will again feature the UK’s only Gran Fondo on fully closed roads alongside a UWCT Time Trial event. The inaugural 2015 event received rave reviews and with entries limited to 800 places for the Time Trial, and 8000 places for the Gran Fondo, be quick to sign up before entries fill up.
The Time Trial is once again a qualifier for the UCI World Amateur Road Champs and will take place on Saturday 4th June. While the Gran Fondo, which will be the largest of its kind in the UK and allow you to compete against your family and friends, takes place on Sunday 5th June.
Be at one with your bike – Save £50 on a Body Geometry Fit
As we move into the off season, now’s the perfect time to fine tune your riding performance, ensuring you get the most out of your body come June and race time.
That’s why we are now offering £50 off our Body Geometry Fit to all entrants of the Tour of Cambridgeshire – that’s a full fit for just £150.
Our Body Geometry Fit is the only system designed to get you into an optimum active riding position by considering the unique connection between your body and the bike. Getting this right will help you climb faster, descend more confidently and most importantly, help you ride harder for longer.
This special offer is available at both our Whitwell and brand-new Peterborough Store and can be used against our standard Body Geometry Fit service, or TT Body Geometry fit. For customers looking to make use of both the Body Geometry Fit and the TT Fit, we can accommodate both on the same day for an additional £60.
Please contact us today to book your personalised, one-on-one consultation with our professionally trained Body Geometry Fit specialists.
I recently had a Bike fit by Uldis, and related advice and support from Andy - the service was very friendly, professional in every respect - I felt as though I was the only person that mattered to them; and subsequently proved to be well worth the investment... No reservations whatsoever in recommending Rutland Cycling to the serious and/or recreational cyclist.
What is Body Geometry Fit and TT Body Geometry Fit?
If you are looking for marginal gains, there’s no doubt in the benefits that can be made from tweaking your riding position. With the use of high definition video capture and the Retül Müve dynamic fit bike, we’ll make the relevant adjustments to your saddle, handlebars, stem, shoes and even cleats to make you more comfortable and efficient on your bike.
- Pre-fit interview and flexibility assessment
- Saddles, Shoes & Cleats
- Bike Adjustments, with Retül Müve
- Ride Analysis with HD video capture
- Bike fit report
- Two-week follow up
The apprehension of walking in with a brand racing new bike & goals that some might think beyond my capability was quickly washed aside. Andrew's keen eye & practical experience, not only as a fitter but as a leisure rider & international racer, made the experience a much more wholesome package. No changes are made for the sake of it but are well considered between the ability to change things against the need, comfort, & in my case, performance… I came away really happy and confident that my riding position is now spot on.
Alison L. British Cycling Go-Ride coach
Andrew Shore, Our Expert Bike Fitter
Andrew's technical experience stretches back to the glory days of Team Peugeot in the 80's, personally looking after the performance requirements of riders such as David Baker. Andrew has represented Britain in international cycling competition and raced across Europe. He now heads up our Bike fit offer and delivers the highest standard of customer service in a relaxed environment, for those brand new to the sport right up to the dedicated competitor.
Store Details and Directions
Rutland Cycling Peterborough (Next to Notcutts on Ham Lane)
Telephone: 01733 371013
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Rutland Cycling Whitwell
Whitwell Leisure Park
Bull Brigg Lane
Whitwell, Near Oakham
Telephone: 01780 460705
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