Retül’s three-dimensional fit system has steadily gained popularity in the pro peloton over the last few years. The Retül crew just got back from team camps with Team Sky and Team Geox, where they did fits for many riders, including grand tour winners Carlos Sastre and Denis Menchov.
Bradley Wiggins' unique saddle.
Retül captures data points in three dimensions as riders pedal.
A flashy Geox Diadora shoe with the LED harness points attached.
Wired for sound
Sastre fitted up with Retül's LED wiring harness.
Carlos Sastre getting his Retül fit as Mat Steinmetz assists.
O-Symetric rings graced some of the Sky team bikes.
Team Sky's Pinarello TT bikes hide the front brake behind the fork.
Menchov looks at his 3D data
Denis Menchov takes a look at the data with Todd Carver. In the foreground is Retül's AIO 3D camera sensor, which allows them to evaluate position in three dimensions.
Denis Menchov (Geox) gets wired up.
Sky's Hunt getting into a rhythm as Retül's 3D capture device looks on.
Jeremy Hunt, Retül'ed
Sky's Jeremy Hunt getting wired up prior to his Retül fit session.
The new Geox Fuji, with Rotor cranks DT Swiss wheels, Selle Italia's Monolink saddle and seatpost, TRP brakes and Shimano Dura-Ace.