Saturday, November 29, 2008

Thinking makes it so!

Do you know what you are looking at?  What is outlined in red?  What does this do to your pedal stroke? The mechanical process of injury are: compression, tension, shearing.  If you wish to protect your bones, estimates are not good enough!

A simple test!  Mark you skin with a pen, and note how the skin can move over a joint (1cm-2cm).  Then think about that when you get your bike fitting that way?  

"Never doubt the ability of a small thoughtful group of people to change the world, indeed it is the only thing that ever has"  - Margaret Mead

We know how to build "blue print" a motor, we have for over 10 years. Are you sure you want to trust the hype of other fittings systems? 

To make horsepower, you have to know how to build the motor from the hard parts, inside out, not the outside in from the skin that so many assert!

Once we make the horsepower, then you want to make sure the front-end alignment of the car doesn't wear out the (bones) tires!  Eyeing it doesn't cut it,  plus using a video doesn't, you have to measure the hard parts to find the (toe-in, toe-out, and yaw) and that is what our CAD does!

The video is for teaching the moves not the fitting.  The throw of the lens will be off, meaning you can't be exact!

Wait till you see what we have coming for 2009!

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