Old 12-27-21, 01:11 PM
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If the issue or issues are so bad that they are keeping you from cycling, then you probably ought to go to a fitter. Assuming of course that your DPT and doctors say you are in good enough shape to cycle.

I've never been to a fitter. I've never had fit issues that kept me from cycling (knock wood). But I've had issues that were annoying and over time, sometimes measured in years, I've worked them out. Still working on some. But if I did have a fit issue that kept me from enjoying my rides or staying off the bike, I'd get a fit.

So really it's just you have to decide when you've had enough of your own fit DIY.
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