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Girls on Bikes

It's no secret that a woman's performance on a bike is different to that of a man's, and is always going to be different no matter how hard we try! This means everything from how we train to what we eat is different. This is a place to discuss and share everything a girl goes through on the bike.

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Pam  H Girls on Bikes Tribe

Contributorsilver Pam H hi new to the tribe, I'm not a cyclist enthusiast normally but I've put my name down for a challenge for next year. Cycling from Bruges to Amsterdam. I know I need a new bike, so any ideas, advice on training, re-fueling and losing weight before the big day would be very helpful :)) Off course if you'd like to join me I'm doing it with the charity The details aren't out till January though. And all proceeds help towards children's education in Cambodia, Uganda and Palestine. Thanks for your support

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Umulinga K Girls on Bikes Tribe

I chose my gps watch based on this guy's advice: It is a fantastic blog which includes great advice on gps and other sports accessories for runners, cyclists and swimmers. And the guy is also hilarious. I don'...

Gaina C Girls on Bikes Tribe

Do you have a stretch before you start? I have back problems that can make my hands go to sleep so I make sure I have a good strech before setting out (I'm a hand cyclists so it's the equivalent of your legs going to...

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Ris S Girls on Bikes Tribe

Contributorgold Ris S Have you tried ergonomic handle grips? the ones that support your wrists? My Specialized Vita has them, and they are great!!!!

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Peggy A Girls on Bikes Tribe

I was thinking that.  I think the handle bars need to be raised.  I tried myself but conuldn't pull them up after loosening the collar.  Next week, after my try a tri, I'll see if I can get someone to give me a hand...

Peggy A Girls on Bikes Tribe

Mine go numb all the time.  I was thinking some of it may be due to my degenerative disc disease c5-c6   I am just a beginner cycler and my hands go numb after a short period of time.  2k   On a 25k ride, they went n...

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Cags R Girls on Bikes Tribe

If it's cold my hands go numb in about 3 seconds! But I did also notice my hands being a bit weirg after riding 100 miles without gloves on - the centre of my palm in particular was all tingly/numb for a couple of da...

Jennie K Girls on Bikes Tribe

My hands always go numb while I cycle. They also go numb at other times too.  I was diagnosed with Thoracic oultet syndrome (prior to me ever cycling).  I know that mine is related to that, but other things could cau...

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