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From North Yorkshire Physiotherapy.
Cyclist Injury Assessment and Bike Fitting at NYP is a new service that we are offering for cyclists of all levels. This service is aimed at:
- maximising performance
- maximising comfort
- decreasing pain whilst cycling
- preventing pain whilst cycling
Bike fit will include a combination of:
- physiotherapist assessment of the ranges of motion of the cyclist
- assessment of the strength and flexibility of the cyclist
- assessing the position of the cyclist on the bike
Cycling is a form of exercise that should not cause pain. Therefore, most injuries on a bike are caused by trauma. Overuse or static loading injuries are due to poor biomechanics on the bike.
We aim to correct these by addressing both the rider and the bike to find the optimum position that the rider is able to assume to improve comfort, pain, and performance.
This service is conducted by Dallas Newton who is an experienced cyclist and student of all things cycling. He has experience of working with many sports people, from the professional to the weekend warrior.
For more information please see our website: www.northyorkshirephysiotherapy.co.uk/cycling-physio/
To book an appointment please call 01642 205975.
The funeral of Steve Binks will be held at St Bede’s Chapel, Acklam Crematorium on Saturday 7th December at 10:00 then afterward at the Bluebell*.
All friends and family are invited to attend, dress code is formal or informal, even cycling kit, at your own discretion. Flowers or a charitable donation (Air Ambulance) are welcome, again at your own discretion.
Shereen would like to pass on her thanks for all of the kind comments and messages that she has received, they have been a comfort to her and the family.
* Please note the car park at the Bluebell requires you to collect a slip from the hotel reception to place in your windscreen.
Just a reminder that this year’s annual CWCC Bring & Buy sale will be tomorrow, Friday 1st November at its usual venue of Stokesley Town Hall. It’s £1 per sellers’ table and a charitable donation for admission for everyone else. Anyone with cycling paraphernalia that they want shot of or those looking to pick up a bargain or a hard-to-obtain part (or some vintage kit), get yourself along.
As usual cakes & refreshments will be available, so if you just want a good natter with like-minded people or old friends, come join us.
Doors open at 6.30pm for sellers to set up and 7.00pm for general admission.