Wrist and Ankle Stretches For Bicyclists

These are a simple yet relaxing exercises that might even feel good while you are sitting at your computer clicking and typing away. But on a bicycle it is obvious that the wrists are supporting your upper body weight, shifting gears, steering and applying brakes. And the ankles are attached to those pedals going around and around and around, so that you can get to wherever it is you are trying to get to.

Try the other exercises featured on our Bicycle Stretching Tips page.
You might also want to work on Building Your Core Muscles
Doing the Pigeon when your back and thighs are tight.
and learning to Kiss Your Bike for a quick stretch.