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You need to start slow and progress gradually. You will be back in shape in no time so there is no need to rush things.
It sounds serious. You should stop biking and get it checked out first before resuming.
It works out your leg muscles and the most important muscle which is the heart.
I don't think 2 months is enough.You will overtrain yourself and it might cause injuries.
I remember when I had a stiff neck and rode my bike for a short spin. Made me buy mirrors afterwards.
I doubt the police will do anything unless you had a serious injury. Stay safe next time alright?
I had mine that lasted for almost a week. It goes away as you get used to it.
Bike accidents are a huge hit on youtube. More recorded accidents = more dollars!
Really? I always thought polarized provided better protection.
Cross training is good for your body. Gains in the gym is not everything.
It looks very expensive. Do you plan on buying it?
Can you post pictures of updates on the restoration? I'm a bit curious.
Your gains in the gym will take a hit. I suggest you tweak your diet to accommodate cycling.
Learn to listen to your body. Take it one step at a time.
If you are planning to take biking seriously then you should buy better ones.
What type of glasses best protects your eyes? Polarized?
Restoration is a nice hobby. I don't think you're wasting money.
I don't pay attention to my posture but now that you mentioned it, it made me realize that it was probably the reason why I have back problems...
You need to pace yourself and adapt slowly especially if you are in bad shape. It may cause more harm than good.
Buying those $1 lights will increase your chance of survival so I don't understand why most people wouldn't buy one.