The Right Fit, Right from the Start
It’s true that we’ve fit some of the top cyclists in the country. But you don’t have to be a professional to enjoy the benefits of a precision bike fitting at Whole Athlete. The right fit can increase your power, leverage your strengths as a cyclist, help you descend and corner with confidence, and accommodate any injuries or limitations you may have. Even if you’re new to cycling, you’ll experience a new level of riding enjoyment with a bike position that’s biomechanically optimal and uniquely yours. We are located in the San Francisco Bay Area and work with cyclists of all levels.
Whole Athlete Founder Dario Fredrick has over 15 years of bike fitting experience with cyclists of all levels, as well as 16 years of experience teaching Iyengar Yoga. His knowledge of riders and bodies is complemented by a Master’s degree in applied exercise science that also includes formal biomechanics training. In addition, Dario has over 20 years of road and mountain bike racing experience which include eight national titles on the dirt. He coaches some of the most impressive cycling talent in the US, and has volunteered his time to fit junior racers in the NorCal High School Mountain Bike League.
Associate Coach and expert fitter John Hunt first started fitting bikes in 1989, originally trained in the Serotta Fit Kit method and designing custom bikes using the Serotta Size Cycle. His own first custom bike was built in 1992, and he has been designing bikes ever since. John’s approach to bike fitting is steeped in a deep wealth of personal knowledge and experience, allowing him to effectively address injuries through proper fit, while balancing comfort and performance. His knowledge base continues to grow as he stays current with bike geometry trends and fit-related product changes.
“Never underestimate the importance of proper bike fit. Many can adjust to basic standards, but I have only found one who can truly setup to individual physiology…Whole Athlete. They have given my rickety body new life on the bike!”