If you read this blog, you probably ride a bike. Probably a lot. Share your cycling habits (no matter how excessive), your bike fit issues, and other general health info for a large study conducted by former Specialized consultant Dr. Roger Minkow.
Minkow hopes to recruit as many as 50,000 cyclists for a study to assess how cycling affects health and how bike fit “fits” into the equation.
“What we are trying to do is address real issues by looking at bike fit and other factors pretty deeply, in a way that hasn’t been done before,” Minkow said in a press release. “We may be able to find out for sure that some saddles are safe and some aren’t, so we can give people some real information that is not just marketing BS.”
The survey takes about 15 minutes.
Read more about the study here.
Read more about Minkow and his work on Specialized’s Body Geometry saddles on his website.
You can access the survey here.
How has cycling influenced your health? How has bike fit helped you stave off injuries? Share in the comments below!
CODA: My apologies for the brevity of this blog. The Du It For You team of one has been pretty busy with other work projects, and that’s eaten away precious duathlon blog time. I’m continually on the hunt for interesting athlete profiles, race reports, and other duathlon-related training tips. If you have any to share, I welcome guest contributions! Send me a note via the Contact form on this blog. Happy running-riding-running!