Summer time is bike time….

Nearly all cycling injuries are caused by alignment, bike and conditioning

The 3 basic reasons for cycling injuries

I’m seeing many types of cyclist in my Carshalton sports massage clinic just now because loads of people are out on their bikes. Some riders that come for sports massage have cycling injuries and others come for injury prevention. Clients are training for events such as Ride London in July, and the triathletes are competing in various races throughout the summer. Many athletes take to their bikes as an alternative training workout now that the weather is good.

Preventing cycling injuries is better than cure

Whatever your reason for cycling there are a few niggles and injuries that strike riders in particular. Follow this link to an excellent article which lists 8 of the most common cycling injuries. It contains great insight on how they’re caused. What do you do if you are struck by knee pain, a sore back or any of the other conditions that can plague a cyclist? Click and read on to get some great advice.

Practical Guide to Cycling Injuries_Guide

Has this helped you? Perhaps you now know what has caused the pain that hits you after a ride. If you need treatment or some free advice click here

There is a large free car park at Westcroft Leisure Centre Carshalton. We are very central for people who come from Sutton, Cheam, Banstead and Wallington.