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Benefits of Stretching After Cycling

Cycling is a very demanding sport putting a lot of strain on all body, but particularly on calves, hamstrings, quads, neck, shoulders and lower back. As Cambridgeshire cycling festival is approaching 1st to 3rd June 2018, Clinic4Sport would like to highlight the importance of stretching after race to maintain good muscular flexibility. If this fitness component is neglected it will cause your muscles to tighten up and loose its flexibility. Tight muscles can have a negative impact on cycling performance, as well as on daily living. Tight IT band and quadriceps muscle can…Read more
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Core Strength for Cyclists

While cycling, lower back is constantly bent forward, hence, the lower back muscles as well as remaining stabilising muscles of the core must work extremely hard to provide a solid base for the cycler, maintain as neutral spinal position as possible and take off as much pressure from the vertebrae as possible. Therefore, if a cyclist has an insufficient core strength, it can result in many problems. During pedalling, core is the main area that keep a cyclist straight preventing one from swinging from side to side and ensuring that propulsion is coming…Read more
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Prudential RIDE 100 in London!

Following the legacy of the official cycling race at London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 starts in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, then follows a 100-mile route on closed roads through the capital and into Surrey’s stunning countryside. Prudential RideLondon is the world’s greatest festival of cycling, with more than 100,000 cyclists expected to participate during the weekend of 28-30 July 2017. This will be the fifth edition of the festival. On Sunday 30 July 2017, 25,000 amateur cyclists took on a cycling challenge and we were there to help them at the…Read more
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Tour of Cambridgeshire – Success!

The Tour of Cambridgeshire is an authentic, worlds largest time trial cycling event unlike any others. It took place on fully closed roads, around the stunning Cambridgeshire countryside during the weekend of the 3rd and 4th of June 2017. The astonishing view of the terrain allows you to feel like a professional from start to finish. The event consists of two trials, Chrono which is 17.4 miles and Gran Fondo, which in English translates as the “Big Ride” and consists of 80.8 miles. It caters for everyone whether you are an elite racer,…Read more
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Tour of Wessex 2017

The Tour of Wessex is one of the biggest multi stage cyclosportives in the World and one of the most established events in the UK. For over 10 year the sportive have been making the journey each year to Somerset to experience the challenge of riding 3 days back to back while enjoying the West country hospitality, music and world class food. Expect quintessentially English countryside though the lanes and byways of the South West. Each individual stage has its own unique mix of monuments, history and challenging terrain which sets it apart from…Read more
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Prudential Ride 100 in London – 31st July 2016

More than 26,000 amateur cyclists take on a cycling challenge on a similar route to that of the London 2012 Olympic Road Cycling Races this Sunday 31st July at the Prudential Ride 100 in London. Lets hope for good weather on the day and rest assure our therapists will be on hand to help these riders recover from their efforts as they tackle Surrey Hills and loop back around into the Capital.Read more
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Tour of Cambridgeshire 2016 requested Clinic4Sport Therapists

  The Tour Of Cambridgeshire is unlike any other mass participation event in the UK. Uniquely the event caters for everyone whether you are an elite racer, an athletic sports rider, a challenge rider, or just out to test yourself in a more leisurely way on your bike, on closed roads, around the stunning Cambridgeshire countryside. Clinic4Sports therapists were present at the Tour of Cambridgeshire 4th & 5th June 2016 to help riders recover from both challenges available: Chrono and Grand Fondo. Saturday 4th June- Chrono: 26.55km closed road Chrono Sunday 5th June -…Read more
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Tour of Wessex riders got treated by Clinic4Sport

  The Tour of Wessex is one of the biggest multi stage cyclosportives in the World. Expect quintessentially English countryside though the lanes and byways of the South West. Each individual stage has its own unique mix of monuments, history and challenging terrain which sets it apart from other events; add the challenge of riding three days back to back and you have truly unique event. Choose from 330 miles, 225 miles or ride an individual stage. Clinic4Sport therapists worked hard over the 3 days of Tour of Wessex helping riders complete their…Read more
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London to Brighton Off-Road Bike Ride – Saturday 26th September 15

  London to Brighton Off-Road Bike Ride takes place this Saturday 26th September and riders have to complete 75 miles almost entirely off road. The ride mixes cycle, single track and forest paths to get you to Brighton and if you are taking part in this event, hope your training pays off and we'll be there at the finish line to help with your aches and pains at the end of your ride!    Read more
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Ride 100 in London – 2nd August 2015

Prudential Ride in London is an annual two-day festival of cycling: A true legacy of the 2012 Games!   Prudential Ride London-Surrey 100 is the biggest closed-road bike ride in the UK, and had over 24,000 cyclist took to the roads of London and Surrey on the weekend of 1st and 2nd August.  This event is one of the first Olympic Legacy events as it follows the amazing Olympic Road Race Route for 100 miles all the way from Stratford before finishing on the Mall where Samia Gomez our Sports Therapist was there to help…Read more