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Common Cycling Injuries

Unless you fall off, cycling is a sport blessed by its body- friendliness! In fact, riding big miles is more likely to get you fit than fractured. But, like any endurance sport, cycling can produce a catalogue of niggling aches and pains, which if left untreated can become more serious. To give your pain a name and point you down the right road to recovery, here is soem information regarding the 8 most common cycling ailments, the most likely causes, and how to go about fixing them.

The 8 Most Common Cycling Injuries
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