At Endurance Movement we specialise in triathlon, time trial and road bike fitting. We work with athletes of all abilities from newcomers in the sport, all the way to professionals.
We begin with a comprehensive questionnaire to gain an understanding of each individual’s injury history, training and goals. Once in the studio we perform a musculoskeletal assessment to assess range of motion and highlight potential strengths and/or weaknesses. From there we assess the rider’s initial baseline position on the bike and start the fit process, allowing up to two hours for each fit.
With saddle discomfort being one of the biggest complaints amongst riders, we also have a range of different saddles available to test during the fit, helping to assist in selecting a saddle that we believe will best suit you.
We’re delighted to be the Associated Service Provider in Western Australia for Sync Ergonomics. Sync have been helping riders across Australia and the rest of the world get faster and more comfortable by facilitating use and execution of the high hands position with their Project 0.2 ecosystem. Compatible with a wide range of time trial/triathlon bikes, we’re able to equip riders with Sync’s products during our bike fits.
Our certified bike fit team of Nick and Kate Baldwin bring two different perspectives to the fit. As a professional triathlete Nick’s expertise lies in optimising aerodynamics through position and equipment changes, minimising drag to help athletes ride faster.
Our head physiotherapist Kate ensures that injury prevention and management is always at the forefront and is one of the few female bike fitters in WA specialising in women’s bike fits.
Our bike fits are priced at $225 for a fit with Nick and $275 for both Nick & Kate. As a physiotherapist, Kate’s services are claimable under physiotherapy private health. We allow up to 2 hours for each bike fit, ensuring that the process is never rushed.