Just like people bicycles come in many different sizes and styles. Some are long, some are short, some are tall while others are low to the ground. What kind of bike is it? A road bike, mountains or Hybrid. Did it come from a bicycle shop or from Walmart? Are you riding for 5-15 minutes or hours at a time. Do you have any physical issues that requires you to visit a doctor? It’s a difficult to answer question without seeing the situation. Please go to a reputable bicycle shop and for some advice. However, here some suggestions that might help.
ÔÇ¿You need to relax on the bike.
Hold the handle bar tight enough, no white knuckles.ÔÇ¿Relax the arms and shoulders, no locked arms. Allow the elbows to bend. Shake them out every 5 to 10 minutes. Allow the arms and legs to be loose allowing them to absorb bumpy surfaces. Raise yourself off the saddle when bumpy surfaces appear.
Please go to a reputable shop and ask for some advice, tell them what’s happening. ÔÇ¿They can help to remedy the issue.
1. Is the bike a good size?ÔÇ¿
2. Stem length: longer, shorter, lower or higher rise.ÔÇ¿
3. Saddle position: lower, higher, fore and aft position.
4. Do you need a different type of grip? Something more ergonomic.ÔÇ¿ÔÇ¿
You may also need to strengthen your core in general. Please don’t forget to stretch afterwards. Especially the hip flexors, hamstrings and quads.