Knee pain affects both professional and amateur cyclists and is often the reason for missed training days if left untreated. In this blog we discuss the common causes and how it can be managed.
Just because you’re not a professional cyclist doesn’t mean you can’t train like one. In this blog our experts discuss typical injuries suffered by cyclists and the top three things you can do to prevent them.
In this blog we highlight the usual suspects of neck, shoulder, elbow and wrist pain, exclusively in terms of road bike setup. Discover the common signs to look for and Expert-recommended changes you can make order to resolve them.
Physiotherapist and Bike Fit Specialist, Michael Harrop answers this commonly asked question.
A bike fit will help you to find your best position for performance and avoid injury. Physiotherapist and bike fit expert Bryan, provides insight into what a bike fit is and how to select the right bike.
With darker mornings and rainy days it can be hard to stay motivated when it comes to cycling. Read this blog for winter bike tips indoors and outdoors.
We talk about our first experience of racing at last year’s V Series on Canary Wharf (where Pure finished second). Will we win this year?
Prolonged periods of sitting have been associated with musculoskeletal dysfunction, especially low back pain. Both sitting and cycling demand this position, so what can be done to prevent it?