The interaction between the body and the equipment used in cycling is highly complex and influenced by many variables including the measurements of the cyclist, their flexibility, cycle specific strength and even neural mobility. Riding position will directly influence the power that can be produced. Optimising riding position within the comfort ranges of the cyclist’s biomechanical limitations therefore becomes very important to not only minimise injuries but also optimise performance. There are many individual variations that are important to take into account when determining the ideal bike set up. Our Physiotherapist, Brendan Crabtree, spent a weekend training under former Olympic cycling team physiotherapist, Trish Wisbey-Roth, to learn about optimizing bike biomechanics and preventing injury and is now able to utilize this knowledge in the clinic.