January is the perfect month to take a closer look at how to stay feeling good on the bike. In the studio to share their expertise are Michael Crebbin, a sports physio specialising in cycling-related problems, and Rebecca Bogue who teaches a yoga class designed especially for cyclists.

Contact Rebecca via the Bodywise studio in the Roman Road, east London. Her yoga for cyclists class is on Thursday nights 8.15 – 9.30pm at Bodywise, 119 Roman Road, Bethnal Green, London E2 0QN. Read more about Why Yoga Is Good For Cyclists.

Contact Michael via the Complete Physio clinic. Read more about physiotherapy for cyclists at the London Fixed Gear and Single Speed Forum and at Rollapaluza.

6 thoughts on “Well-being

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  2. Hi Jack –
    I couldn’t get the link to work for “Why Yoga is Good for Cyclists”; is it good, or my browser?
    Thanks for a Superb show; Very helpful, plus great insights for us.
    Take Care; Keep up the Great Work.

  3. I totally agree on the yoga persons comments on core strength. I must admit I am a bit of yoga fan myself.

    The comments on numb hands were quite good but as they are “body” people they described the ways of mitigating this like padded gloves or core strength that apply to the body.

    Which is great as far as it goes but in my experience bike fit is THE key factor. If the position on the bike balances the load on all the contact points you won’t get hand/foot/backside pain

    I found out this by doing multiple SR series with AUK

    I think us Audax nuts are strong at on-the-bike-comfort. This is a key factor for our type of riding.

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