One indoor-cycling instructor tells you to adjust the bike a certain way. But then during the next class you take, a different person tells you that you should be sitting higher up. So how should you actually be setting up the seat and handlebars before you ride? These tips from Peloton Cycle, a studio in New York City that also streams its classes live and on-demand, will eliminate confusion once and for all:
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Now you’re ready for a safer (and more effective) ride. The only thing left is to clip into your bike and get going! For more great indoor-cycling pointers, check back on WomensHealthMag.com.