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Old September 20th 05, 01:02 PM
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Default Sources for fitting jig?

Hi Everyone,

Does anyone know of some sources for an adjustable fitting stationary
bicycle? This is primarily for club use, and won't be used to help
decide angles for custom frames or anything, so just being able to
adjust fore-aft, up-down on seat and bars is what I'm looking for.

Any suggestions?

Thanks!

Joseph

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