Kaz wrote:Booked in to see Andrew next week.
Fingers crossed he is magnificent.
Andrew Wynd used to work out of Olympic and set me up when I had problems on my cannondale. Unfortunately I never had much of a chance to ride the new set up as was doored a few weeks later. Though with the measurements I chose a better fitting bike that was shorter in the tt and higher in the ht and it's worked out pretty well.
Interestingly, when I took the broken dale in to have the parts swapped over I had not changed a thing since the fit. So when I picked up the newly built bike I was surpirsed when told the old carbon post was cracked but they could sell me a new one for $100 less. I wasn't too fussed as I intended to get a post with more adjustment. The thing is I'm not sure if Andrew was overzealous in tightening the seat post or did the shop break it to sell another
? But I tend to think if it broke during the fitting I might have heard the carbon giving way. Just saying if you've got a torque wrench it might pay to take it, but in all honesty I don't think the post broke at the bike fit.