The bike fitting was once a mysterious process. You'd get your limbs measured, saddle up, and ride off. But there are so many variables in a bike's fit, and some have nothing to with the length of your limbs.
Fresh ideas on how to measure a rider's needs has given rise to a new
breed of bike fitter. One of the most sophisticated labs for this kind
of cycling science is at Acme Bicycle Co.,
a Brooklyn, New York shop run by Jonathan Blyer. Gizmodo visited Acme
for a data-driven fitting, and a closer look at how the mix of robots,
computers, and motion-capture video come together to find you the
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