What New Cyclists Need to Know About Comfortable Riding (+ If You Have a Saddle Sore!)

by | Dec 5, 2020 | Training

When I wrote “Saddle, Sore: Ride Comfortable, Ride Happy,” I knew it would help a few women get more comfortable on the bike, but I never expected that six years later, I would still get messages, emails and tweets sharing how the book helped solve in-ride issues for women around the world. Pretty darn cool! Lately, with COVID19 creating a lot of new cyclists as gyms closed, I noticed an influx in people recommending the book on Twitter, so I wanted to share a quick roundup of articles with my best tips, and a reminder that the book is still available and a fantastic stocking stuffer for a new cyclist this holiday season!

Got Saddle Issues? You’re Not Alone: My Top 7 Tips to Riding Comfortable + Riding Happy

“Do I Have a Saddle Sore?” — How to Know What You’re Dealing With as a Cyclist in Pain



Why Your Off Day Should Be OFF the Bike—A Practical Tip

Washing Your Cycling Kit: Dos and Don’ts of Laundry Cycles




The Best Anti-Chafing Chamois Creams for Every Type of Rider (Including 1 for Triathletes!)





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