How To: Prevent shoulder pain while riding your bike

Cycling is supposed to hurt — but that shouldn't include your shoulders

How To
Prevent Shoulder Pain

Make sure your bike fit is dialed.

Pain and suffering are part of the cycling equation. Climbing high mountain passes or giving your all in a full-on sprint are supposed to hurt a little. But that pain should be reserved for legs and lungs, not other parts of your body such as shoulders. Alas many cyclists experience shoulder pain while riding. It’s often the function of improper fit or muscle imbalances. Check out the video below from our friends at the Global Cycling Network for tips on preventing shoulder pain while riding.

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