Cycling biomechanics, injury & bike fitting education for healthcare professionals and the cycling industry.



The skill of the fitter is not in the tool or system they are using but the training and experience they have which enables them to make good decisions to help improve bike position related problems, increase comfort and performance.

Morgan has experience working with most of the world's best fitting technologies and keeps abreast of new developments in cycling science research allowing him to remain at the forefront of what is still a fast developing subject.

He is able to offer individual or group based training and can deliver bespoke packages of training in-store or practice depending on the individual needs of the students or business.

Morgan has teamed up with John Dennis of Physiohaus to develop courses for healthcare professionals, bike fitters, sports therapists, coaches, strength and conditioning and personal training instructors working with cycling and multi-sport athletes.

I attended an excellent course that Morgan delivered. The course was well thought out and delivered in a manner that was very informative with a good balance of practical and theory work. Morgan was very organised and professional, and it was clear that he had a wealth of experience and knowledge in this area. It was a highly valuable few days.
— Dr Barney Wainwright, Applied Sport Scientist and Research Fellow at Leeds Beckett University

Upcoming Courses





Understand the anatomical and mechanical influences on cycling injury and the interventions available to reduce injury risk and improve cycling related pain and discomfort.

For healthcare professionals, sports therapists, coaches, strength and conditioning and personal training instructors.

  • The anatomy and physiology of cycling

  • Cycling injury incidence and epidemiology

  • Physical screening protocols for cycling

  • Cycling biomechanics and Bike Fitting theory and interventions

  • Using technology in cycling analysis; what are the best technologies and tools to use to understand cycling movement and pedalling dynamics?

  • Injury prevention for cycling

Venue: Physiohaus, 37-39 St. George’s Terrace, Jesmond, Newcastle NE2 2SX

Cost: £500

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Trek Precision Fit

Morgan is involved in the development of Trek Bicycle's global fit program, working with his colleagues at Trek, Cyclefit, Cyclologic and Gebiomized to research, collaborate and author the course materials and train an instructor network to deliver courses in their own language.

Morgan continues to manage the program in Europe and leads the UK teaching for Cyclefit.

Morgan taught me on a Precision Fit course in 2014. He is able to talk about a complex subject like the body and cycling biomechanics in a way that really makes sense. He uses real life case studies from work with other pros and practical sessions to guide the student towards becoming a top fitter.
— Harriet Owen, Matrix Pro Cycling Team

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