When I showed up to the area they were doing the fits there were thirteen people on the wait list in front of me and a cute young girl was getting fitted. I looked at her and thought, "great her fitting will take forever while Bike Shop Hero works on getting her number". But as it turns out my wait wasn't too bad. This was my first time in the shop so I roamed around and was impressed with the place. My fitting was interesting. The first thing the mechanic said when I mounted the bik was he would need to raise my seat but when he got his protractor out my knee angle was okay. He then asked me if I had a fitting before. Nope never but he ended up not changing anything other than the angle my seat. I had told him my hands were getting sore easy and I was slipping around on my seat so we decided to raise the angle up a bit. We'll see.
Good job to the folks at Sun & Ski. They hosted a good size crowd but it never felt crowded and kept a good vibe the whole time I was there. I hope the mechanic got the girl's number too.