Author Topic: Guru DFU (Dynamic Fitting Unit) bike fit  (Read 8515 times)

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Offline Herbie53

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Re: Guru DFU (Dynamic Fitting Unit) bike fit
« Reply #15 on: December 23, 2011, 10:35:33 PM »
Going up to Massachusetts to visit my parents for a few days...won't be back until Monday night probably.  If there's another ride going on some time that week I'll drop by though.  I'm off all week.


I don't think there is anything planned, but something could come up.  If nothing else and the weather is good I might be up for a ride down that direction. 


I'm off all week as well.
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Re: Guru DFU (Dynamic Fitting Unit) bike fit
« Reply #16 on: February 19, 2012, 09:27:04 PM »
Thanks Herbie!  For me, it's looking more and more like Guru will be the next bike.  I'll be going through this process in order to capture in the info needed to build up the frame.  I'm curious as to how my current fit is in comparison to what will come after.


Interesting thing is that the guy who did my fit is friends with the person that will be analyzing my position for the bike.  They've worked together and trained together.  My fitter recommended him.  I'll report back after for sure.

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Re: Guru DFU (Dynamic Fitting Unit) bike fit
« Reply #17 on: March 30, 2012, 08:01:05 PM »
I got dfu'd again today.  For my TT bike this time. 


Pretty significant change again and the process was with Retul this time so we had immediate measurement of the various angles and stroke from the little sensor things. 


I'll post more when I get the report.


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