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28 December, 2014 12:27PM
I'm not sure if this suggestion applies to your circumstances, but it has certainly helped me in the past.

When cycling in London, I almost always have my fingers hovering over the brake levers in case I need to stop in a hurry.

If the brake levers are at the wrong angle then it puts pressure on your wrists.

Sit on the saddle and grasp the handlebars normally. Extend your fingers without changing the angle of your wrists. The brake levers should then be just under your fingers. If not, loosen the brake levers (screw or bolt) and twist them on the handlebars until they are in the right place.

Hope this helps.

- Murray
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wrist pain

Jane Thompson 27 December, 2014 05:49PM

Re: wrist pain

Murray R Langton 28 December, 2014 12:27PM



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