Free online saddle sore clinics

Saddle Sore Clinics for Women
Saddle Sore clinics for women
Saddle Sore clinics for women
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Free online saddle sore clinics

Join a cycling tech expert and gynaecologist to help find solutions to uncomfortable rides

Cycling UK is hosting some special events, that are free of charge as part of the Women's Festival of Cycling.

We know that soreness "down there" is a common complaint for those who cycle and tackling this will help us in our mission to encourage more women to ride bikes, comfortably and enjoyably.

If you've ever experienced chafing, numbness, ingrowing hairs, spots or any number of saddle related complaints, then these clinics are for you. 

You will be shown different examples of saddles, pressure points, padded pants and cremes, plus informed about best practice.

You can sign on anonymously and get involved in the discussion or ask any question you want without embarrassment. 

Sign up to take part

These one-of-a-kind clinics will be chaired by a panel of experts. Mildred Locke is a cycling journalist and bike tech expert. Mrs Pradnya Pisal is a practising gynaecologist with knowledge of cycling related issues.

Register at one of the following clinics:

Friday 23 July at 1pm 

Friday 30 July at 1pm 

Spaces are limited, so register now to avoid disappointment.

Be anonymous

If you have any pressing questions but want to keep your name hidden you can send us an email ahead of time. Alternatively, feel free to use a different name when you register for the event. During the live event itself, you will not be able to see the names of the other participants, only the Cycling UK event producer will see your questions.

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