Mike Kone wrote: I'm lucky in that the Boulder Center for Sports Medicine with Andy Pruitt is in my town. I've paid the piper and had my fit done, and my wife is going in shortly. With all the money we spend on bike stuff, keeping our knees working is the least costly thing with the best return.
Mike is right, Andy con do much to help alleviate knee problems. But don't despair if you can't get to Boulder. His book "Andy Pruitt's Medical Guide for Cyclists" is a wealth of info and helps pinpoint problems by location ("if it hurts here, then the problem is....").
Here's a link (http://www.roadbikerider.com/ap_excerpt.htm) that I pulled from the web for info but the book is available at many local bike stores so shop locally if possible.
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