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Retul's Muve Fit Bike
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Mar 28, 2012  hits 26,249

Simple elegance. That's Retul for ya.
Simple elegance. That's Retul for ya.

Retul's new fit bike is an excellent solution for fitters to use, and has a lot of features previously seen only in much more expensive machines. Read the article for the full scoop.


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  • The Retul Muve
  • The Retul Muve
  • Simple elegance. That's Retul for ya.
  • At $7500 retail, the Muve is a bargain compared to Guru and Serrotta's machines, which cost five figures each.
  • The Retul Muve
  • The whole thing is built on X-Y measurements, which I find to be the more useful measurement system.
  • Frame reach and saddle setback are controlled via these two knobs. One complete turn equals 2.5mm.
  • That rear wheel is sitting on the optional CycleOps power meter to show how position changes affect rider output.
  • The optional adjustable cranks go from 155mm to 185mm in 2.5mm increments.
  • When the fit is complete, reading out the bike measures is a snap with these rulers. They're designed to be placed at specific points on the Muve to make things easy.

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