Big Bear, Ca, June 20, 2011, 1:00pm – As you drive around Big Bear, you will notice more and more people using bikes to get around as a mode of transportation, and a form of recreation.  The Big Bear Cycling Association is hosting a bike fitting class tonight, as a part of their free education series.  “Having the proper bike fit is important to ensure the least risk of injury and the maximum availability of power while riding,” said Craig Smith, President of the Cycling Association.  The bike fit class will take place tonight at Nottingham’s Tavern from 7:00 to 8:00pm.  Mike McKovich from Max Performance Bike Fit will discuss how to fit your bike to avoid injury and optimize efficiency and power for all levels of riders.  This is the second class in the education series, which will be followed by Nutrition 101 on July 25th, Stretching and Alignment for Cyclists on August 29th, and Nutrition 102 on September 26th.  For more information go to

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