Bicycling has significant health benefits, and with the rapid rise of bike-specific infrastructure in U.S. cities, many people are choosing to ride versus driving a car. Businesses now cater to cyclists, and many offer amenities to help support a bike more/drive less lifestyle.
Over the past 10 years, bike commuting has nearly doubled in the 50 largest cities in America. That's the good news. However:
Almost 85% of all bicyclists experience some form of pain when riding.1
Most riders assume it’s just part of riding a bike and suffer through it, hoping their symptoms will just go away. And even if cyclists do seek treatment, the options are less-than-ideal.