Do you find that you ache after a long ride or suffer discomfort that almost makes you want to stop riding altogether? You’re not alone: thousands of women are riding badly fitted bikes and are suffering as a result. This is wrong. Not only does it take the enjoyment out of riding, it reduces power and efficiency, and it can lead to injury.
Whatever distance triathlon you choose, you spend more time on the bike than any of the other disciplines. And, when you’re new to the sport, the bike is where you can make the greatest and fastest gains. In this article, we’ll explore eight simple ways that you can shave minutes off your next event.