In this featured video, GCN (Global Cycling Network) is going to tell you how to avoid sore shoulders while cycling.
Here’s what GCN has to say about how to avoid sore shoulders while cycling
As cyclists, pain is something we can embrace. Pain in our legs is to be expected when turning the pedals in anger. But pain in your neck and shoulders can make even the toughest rider climb off their bike in agony.
Fortunately, Manon and James are here with their top tips to help you avoid sore shoulders when you’re riding your bike!
The major topics GCN will cover in this video on how to avoid sore shoulders while cycling
- Bike position
- Arm position
- Saddle comfort
- Stay flexible
Watch the video for complete details
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Who is GCN?
The Global Cycling Network (GCN) is the largest and fastest-growing online cycling channel in the world, bringing together a global community of road cyclists to celebrate everything that’s great about the world of cycling.
GCN’s videos bring fans compelling daily content including expert tutorials, techniques, training, racing, cutting-edge bike tech, unparalleled behind the scenes event coverage, humor, entertainment, and more.
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