To get a good fit, you should seek the help of a professional. I'm lucky that I live in a town where cycling and triathlon are popular sports. You can find a bike shop within a couple of miles from where ever you are in Houston, but it should be said that not all Bike Shops are created equal. When seeking out the aid of a professional bike fitter, you should go to one who is proven in their fitting, has a certification on the tools they use, (and even better) regularly fits cyclists who race professionally in whatever sport you are racing.
Here are things to take in to consideration for the fit that should be looked at by the professional:
- Shoes, insoles, and cleats
- Saddle height, and fore/aft positioning
- Crank length
- Stem length, stem height
- Headset length, and angle
- Arm rest location (for triathlon fit)