Top Australian fitter joins IBFI Committee

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Leading Australian bike fitter Steve Hogg has joined IBFI’s steering committee.

Sydney-based Hogg, who has worked with countless professionals and fit over 10,000 amateur cyclists, will help the organisation continue its work in creating a new standard in bike fitting.

His courses will also be eligible for IBFI credits, with 480 credits available for bike fitters who take part in his prestigious three-week course.

Hogg joins existing committee members Kit Vogel, the Director of Clinical Education for leading US fitters BikeFit, Ximo Borras, who established CyclingMetric in Spain in 2010, and US physical therapist Curtis Cramblett who is the bike fitter and physio for Team Cannondale-Garmin.

The committee is led by IBFI president and founder Andy Brooke, a Retul master fitter in the UK.

“It’s great to have Steve on board to help us steer the IBFI accreditation process and offer his wealth of experience to help us develop the organisation,” says Brooke.

“His knowledge of bike fitting and his passion for the industry is fantastic, and will only help us as we work towards encouraging greater standards in bike fitting.”

Hogg says: “I am proud to be involved with IBFI and help work towards raising the standard of bike fitting world-wide by encouraging bike fitters to further their professional development.

As well as Steve Hogg, IBFI is also endorsed by some of the world’s leading bike fit and education organisations, including Bike Science, gebioMized, Bike Fit, Cyclefit UK and Medicine of Cycling.

 

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