• Straight back and slightly forward tilted pelvis (so your bottom sticks out)
• Pull your shoulder blades back
• Unlocked elbows and generally relaxed upper limbs (see picture 2).
Picture 2. Reach position as described above.
There are other things to consider such as cleat positioning, seat tilt and cranks but these basic two points are the most common that we encounter. These rules apply to any bike, including if you are cycling on a static bike at home and gym.
If you are struggling with pain which is related to cycling then why don’t you book in for an assessment on 01276 37670 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org