We have all been sore after spending time in the saddle. Saddle pain can make or break your riding experience. I often speak to riders who are getting a lot of pain and assume that that is just part of cycling. Well it’s not. Don’t get me wrong there are days when you can be sore after spending a long time in the saddle. But there are definitely ways to avoid unnecessary pain and discomfort. Here are some of my tips;Read More
Cycling. It never gets easier, you just get faster.
Bacterial infections, yeast infections and sores in the groin, upper leg and butt are uncomfortable and embarrassing, and may force you to take time off from cycling. The most common sores include blocked or infected glands, which show up as lumps in the form of cysts, chafing problems and pain in the pelvic bone area where your weight may be resting. The best treatment is to prevent them in the first place. Here is the list of Do’s and Don’ts:Read More