Medicine of Cycling 2016

We had a great weekend in Colorado Springs at the 2016 Medicine of Cycling Conference discussing cycling and sports medicine, exercise physiology, training, bike fitting, clinical evaluations, injury prevention and […]

BikeFit Clinical Level 2 Course

We are excited to host some of the best and brightest clinicians from around the region to our BikeFit Clinical Level 2 Course, taking place Saturday and Sunday (February 20-21, […]

Clinical Bike Fit Course – March 15-16 (Level 1)

Biomechanics of Cycling, Bike Fit Skills & Physical Therapy Interventions —Adams Sports Medicine & Physical Therapy, Novi, MI.— We are very excited to announce our next education course to be […]

Sprint Interval Training (SIT)

Do you incorporate high intensity efforts into your training plan? As a runner or cyclist, endurance training is KING….but neglecting the high intensity will only hinder your growth and progression within […]

How safe is cycling?

IN a recent blog/post by New York Times writer Gian Kolata, the concept of safety in cycling is discussed. And with good merit. It is a good read, complete with statistics […]

Bike Fit from Medicine of Cycling

  Another great publication from the Medicine of Cycling group. Curtis gives a great bike fit overview. Not all cyclists come with the same goals, the same experience nor the […]

Medicine of Cycling — Mini Medical School for the Public Presented by UCSF Osher Center for Integrative Medicine – UCTV – University of California Television

These guys are doing more than their part to help advance and blend the two worlds of cycling and medicine. Congrats, and keep up the great work!   Medicine of […]