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THE THREE PILLARS OF A PHIL BURT BIKE-FIT

ike-fit is easier to understand in terms, and . Those three pillars change in their relative importance depending upon the goal: a team pursuit rider’s optimal position will be very different to that of someone targeting the Race Across America. Despite this, for both athletes, all three pillars are important and have to work together.

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