It is helpful to know how to transfer your position to a new bike.
The following are the measurements to take:
3 Saddle Height
4 Saddle Setback
5 Handlebar Drop
Another way to transfer your position.
Thanks to Kevin Schmidt.
3 Measurements to Rule Them All. A simplified approach to ‘transfer’… | by Kevin Schmidt | Medium
More aerodynamic position vs. More comfort
It is time to have a more open hip angle? Shorter crank? Less saddle/handlebar drop?
Interesting research with reflexions on cyclists suffering hip pain.
THE ROLE of a BIKE FIT in CYCLISTS with HIP PAIN. A CLINICAL COMMENTARY (nih.gov)
What happens when we cycle with low temperatures? https://cyclinguphill.com/cycling-cold/
Decrease the risk of injury with eccentric muscle work for your quadriceps.
Massimo Monticelli, osteopath intrigued by manual therapies with passion for cycling, biomechanics and bike fitting.