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Over the past couple of years I have got fairly seriously into cycling as an exercise activity (non-competitive). By serious I mean that I own 6 bikes (5 are operational) and over the past year Iâ€™ve averaged 26 kms per day.
In that time I have learnt a lot of things to do and things to avoid. Is there any interest here in a series of brief articles setting out some of the things that Iâ€™ve learnt?
goal140 wrote:Last couple of weeks I started having knee pain and was wondering if it could be due to improper foot placement or technique. Going to the bike shop today to buy clips and bike shoes (maybe that will help), at least I will be more efficient. Bring it on!
goal140 wrote:Going to the bike shop today to buy clips and bike shoes (maybe that will help), at least I will be more efficient. Bring it on!
I also find that ramping up my mileage too quickly or trying to go up steeper hills than I'm ready for will cause knee pain.
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