4 Bad Cycling Habits | How To Look More Pro On A Bike

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  • Published on:  2/14/2018
  • There are a number of bad habits that are super easy to pick up, that will stop you from looking as pro as you'd like. Si and Dan are here to help you break these habits and look more pro on a bike.

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    Bobbing, Bouncing, knees out, and elbows out. There are a few simple ways to combat these common cycling problems.

    The first is a combination of core work and stretching. This will not only allow you to keep yourself more stable while riding, it will also stop a number of the muscular imbalances that could lead to your knees or elbows coming out of line.

    The second is making sure your position on the bike is correct. For example if your saddle is too low you might find your knees coming out of line and you might bounce on the saddle at higher cadences.

    Let us know how you get on with fixing your bad cycling habits in the comments below 👇

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