You may already know that BikeFit sells the most amazing saddle fitting and sales tool on the planet.  Yet, many potential customers ask us the same thing, do you mount the Saddle Changer directly to the customer’s bike?

The answer is yes and no.

You can mount the Saddle Changer to a customer’s bike and we do have many successful clients who’ve used this methodology with fabulous results.  The problem: stack height is a considerable factor since the Saddle Changer adds 9cm, and you have to adjust the seat post to the original position after fitting.  This works (although it adds time) if you are doing a bike fitting, but the Saddle Changer provides a perfect opportunity for customers to demo multiple saddles in seconds.  Why utilize it only for fits when you can display and use it daily?

Therefore it works great for fitting, but we’ve found that customers find much more lucrative and less tedious applications.

Super Ingenious Saddle Changer Mounting Methods

Method 1: The Indoor Cycle

 

Indoor cycles are ubiquitous in the industry and if you are looking to save some money, there are used ones floating through cycling message boards.  If you want to go Cadallic, high-level indoor bikes measure power while the customer searches for that elusive perfect saddle. Bonus points for the pro touch–matching your indoor bike knobs to your tool chest (see pic above) satisfies the detail-oriented personality of the fitter.

Method 2: The Fit Bike

You already made an investment in a fancy fit bike, why not capitalize on it as a sales tool?  Although a fit is a perfect time to discover saddle bliss, a fit bike with the Saddle Changer attached and strategically placed in front of a plethora of seats provides customers with a custom saddle-testing experience!

Long of the short, there are many applications for mounting the Saddle Changer and there’s technically not a “wrong answer.”  This article is meant to help you obtain the most out of your investment.

Feel free to send us your Saddle Changer photos (e-mail info@bikefit.com) and we’ll post them on social media!

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