WobbleNaught Bike Fit

How to Take Care of a Bum Knee

A year ago I tore the meniscus in my left knee.  I had a nip and tuck and everything was good until I took a tumble in the snow storm of the century in Virginia last February.

That tumble retore the meniscus, but I have a very effective knee brace and I can still my bike, which is really nice because I have a brand new custom Formigli classic steel frame being built up for the Ride of the Immortals this August.

A WobbleNaught Fit

Getting a good bike fit is essential for everyone, and it’s even more important with my bum knee.

I met Thomas Coleman, President of WobbleNaught, LLC two years ago at Interbike in Las Vegas.  I really liked the science behind Tom’s fitting technique so I’m going to use his process to get me setup on my new ride.

I’m a bit of a do-it-yourself guy, so I’m going to go through the Online fit process and I’ll be documenting the process and the results here on the MyBikeInfo blog.

Look for the posts to begin the last week of January, assuming my Formigli is ready by then.

Ciao, Robert

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