Tips for Long Distance Cycling
Cycling for long distances may sound like a daunting challenge for some beginners. However, with the right preparations and precautions it is manageable.
According to a Physiotherapist on OCBC Cycle’s Project Training Wheels, “It’s important to start going to the gym for stationary cycling, and spending the same amount of time for a start.” “It’s very specific to cycling and still works your body system.”
Read to find out more here. “Cycling: Build up before you saddle up“
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