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Professional bike posture - is this good for our backs

Bike Set up

The reason for setting your bike up correctly is to avoid pain whilst peddling – pain in the shoulders, lower back, knees and neck. Most of the pain comes from expecting the body to function in an anatomically incorrect position under load. In an unusual position and an un-natural position for the body to be in.

Weirdest Cycling Fuels

There is some interesting thinking here in this article by Scott Rosenfield  Good views on sports nutrition and the concept that the sugar shots and drinks are dehydrating the body, which in turn will lead to issues due to the sugar overload on the pancreas, causing a disruption to insulin production and liver where an overload …