Pro rider top tips

Cycling Weekly - - Focus On Women’s Bikes -

Alexis Ryan Canyon-sram Find a chamois that fits and is ul­tra-com­fort­able to max­imise the sad­dle ex­pe­ri­ence. Use chamois cream with an added an­tibac­te­rial agent to min­imise sad­dle sore ac­cu­mu­la­tion.

Big­ger is not better when it comes to sad­dles. Like a shoe or a bike, find the size that fits your pelvic shape.

Alena Ami­al­iusik Canyon-sram Lis­ten to your body. If some­thing is cre­at­ing pain, it’s not right.

You have to try dif­fer­ent sad­dles to find one that gives you no pain or dis­com­fort dur­ing or after the ride. If it does, keep search­ing for a sad­dle that works!

Cy­cling shoes are like nor­mal shoes, and they must be com­fort­able. Con­sider the fit with a mid-weight sock. Don’t worry about what other peo­ple are wear­ing; choose what feels good for you.

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