Biking is an activity that is
on body. This means that it doesn't aggravate the joints in our lower extremities, such as ankles, knees and hips. However, aches and pains can arise if your bike isn't properly fitted to your body. What does properly fitted mean? That means that the bike frame and wheels are the correct size for your body, and that the handle bars, seat and pedals are all at the correct height and orientations.
The Canadian Physiotherapy Association has listed some fantastic tips to help you fit your bike correctly.
for more information! Be sure to consult your Physiotherapist if you have questions, and especially if you are new to this summer - it is never too late!