[tps_header]Summer is the best time to hop on a bike for a workout. The sun is shining, the weather is warm and you get to visit new places. Stretching is also important after our bike workouts. It can help us reap the benefits of exercising and prevent muscle soreness and injury. Read on for the best stretches for cyclists after a long ride.[/tps_header]
Hamstrings get tight from the “up” portion of your pedal stroke, especially when you are riding out of the saddle. Slightly bend your knee at the beginning of the stretch, then extend your leg to go a bit deeper.