Outdoor riding is a common} injury. Can you deal with it?

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In outdoor sports, injury is the most common thing, and cycling is no exception.

However, do you know anything about how to deal with wounds? It doesn’t matter if you don’t understand this knowledge.

Next, let’s take a look at the rising posture to see what are the treatment methods for outdoor riding injuries.

1、 Knee injury there are only two reasons for knee injury: first, overwork injury: on the one hand, it may be due to excessive riding time, on the other hand, it may be caused by physical disharmony during riding.

Second, the knee gets cold in cold weather.

Tips: 1.

Ice compress the knee for about 20 minutes; 2.

If the pain point is in front of the knee, raise the seat cushion by 2 ~ 3mm.

If the pain point is behind the knee, lower the seat cushion by 2 ~ 3mm.

When climbing a slope, you often use your muscles alternately in a sitting or standing position.


Keep your knees warm.

It is recommended to wear knee pads or trousers when riding, especially when the temperature is low.

Second, waist pain for novices or riders who haven’t ridden for a long time, it’s normal to feel low back pain, but what’s more uncomfortable is that sometimes such pain extends to the legs.

Tip: pay attention to exercise these parts during training.

The more you ride, the stronger the muscles in your back.

High quality dual shock absorption bicycles also help reduce waist pain.


neck pain.

Usually, if you stretch your neck for a long time, the muscles on your neck will also be tired and sore.

Tips: 1.

Adhere to the correct cycling posture – do not hold the handlebars too tightly, sink the elbows and shoulders, and relax the whole body to ensure the flexibility of upper body movement.


Often massage the neck muscles.

If the pain persists, you can find a spinal massage doctor to massage the bone setting.

4、 Skin abrasion skin abrasion is generally caused by external conditions, such as excessive riding speed, inattention, brake failure, etc.

Tip: the most basic treatment is to clean the wound with medical disinfection cotton swab and red medicine.

In order to keep the wound clean, wear loose clothes.

According to different abrasions, tetanus vaccine is sometimes injected.

5、 Skin inflammation skin friction with each other or with clothes, as well as contact with pollen in the air, can lead to skin inflammation.

Tips: 1.

Pay attention to personal hygiene and carry out antibacterial treatment on the body and skin.


Before departure, you can wipe the easily inflamed parts with vaseline and tea tree oil for lubrication and protective treatment.


It is recommended to choose clothes with long sleeves.

Choosing professional cycling clothes will also reduce skin friction.

If the weather is warmer, wear thinner and looser clothes.

6、 Sunburn male riders usually ignore the problem of sunburn.

In fact, the skin is easy to sunburn (inflammation, damage, etc.) after being exposed to strong ultraviolet rays for a long time.

Tips: 1.

Apply sunscreen: before departure, apply sunscreen on the exposed parts of the body, such as face, nose, arms, arms, neck, ears, exposed legs and so on.


Wear leg and arm covers on your legs and arms.


Calamine liquid and ice can help relieve sunburn.

Stick to using high-quality moisturizer to relieve symptoms and keep sunburned parts moist.


If there are scars, be sure to cover them with clothes and other things.

7、 Acne mostly occurs between legs.

It is developed from the damage of skin epidermis caused by mutual friction and extrusion between skin and seat cushion, sometimes caused by endogenous hair.

These sores are easy to fester after being infected by sweat.

Tips: 1.

Buy high-quality riding shorts.

Those with good quality usually have less friction to the skin.



After riding, change into clean and dry clothes and trousers immediately after taking a shower.


If you have acne, when the acne matures, cut it open, squeeze out the pus, and then disinfect it.

At the same time, use hot wax to remove the hairs on the infected part to avoid the deterioration of acne.

However, generally, it is neither hygienic nor safe to deal with it by yourself.

It is recommended to go to the hospital.

8、 Eye injury, why should we emphasize wearing riding glasses when riding? Of course, in order to avoid some things hurting eyes, such as sunlight, insects, plants, dust, stones, mud, etc.

Tips: 1.

Wear riding glasses; (you can buy glasses with replacement lenses or glasses that are automatically adjusted according to the light).


If mud splashes everywhere, you can’t just wear glasses.

At the same time, you need to turn your face to one side to prevent mud from entering your eyes.

9、 If there is a fracture, it is generally a more serious riding accident.

Although this is accidental, you might as well know more about it and be prepared.

Tips: 1.

If you can handle the wound yourself, first handle the wound yourself: cover the wound with a clean cloth and then tie it up, which can inhibit the outflow of blood from the wound; Then fix the injured part with bandage or splint.


Calm down and seek medical treatment; If you are waiting for rescue, be careful not to make the wound hit by external forces.

10、 This sharp, sudden pain in the ribs is caused by the injury of the diaphragm when it is pulled up from under the ribs.

Tips: 1.

Warm up before exercise.


When cycling, don’t bend your back on the handlebar.

Straighten your back and chest to leave enough space for the diaphragm.


The riding speed should be based on the ability of the body to bear.

11、 Heatstroke a big challenge for cycling in summer is the poisonous sun.

If the human body cannot control its temperature through the perspiration mechanism, it will suffer from heatstroke.

Tips: 1.

Carry the person suffering from heatstroke to a cool place in the.

After taking off his clothes, wrap it with a sheet soaked in cold water.

You can also put the patient into the bathtub and reduce his temperature below 38 degrees..