External Iliac Artery Endofibrosis - External Iliac Artery Endofibros…
Were you treated for iliac artery endofibrosis, or arteriopathy? Share your diagnosis and treatment story with other athletes who are dealing with this uncommon condition.
Does Bicycling Cause Erectile Dysfunction and Impotence in Men?
Prolonged cycling on a poorly fitting bicycle saddle may lead to some sexual problems including erectile dysfunction (ED) and impotence in men, but most men feel pain and numbness long before permanent problems occur.
External Iliac Arteriopathy and Vascular Problems in Athletes
External iliac arteriopathy, or iliac artery fibrosis, is an uncommon cause of leg pain in cyclists due to damage to the arteries that supply blood to the lower body.
Common Bicycling Injuries
Information about common pain and injuries in bicyclists.
Proper Bike Fit Can Prevent Pain and Injury
Tips and tricks to reducing pain and making sure your bicycle fits you well.
Selecting and Effectively Using a Stationary Bicycle
Stationary bicycles provide low-impact cardiovascular exercise, are generally quiet in operation, and are efficient with their use of space. Here are tips for selecting and using a stationary bike.
Training for a Bicycling Century
Riding 100 miles in a day is within your reach.
Bicycling a Double Century - Training Schedule
A suggested training schedule for riding 200 miles in a day.