Cycling can cause a variety of overuse knee injuries and stress on the joints. Daily training can cause pain and swelling from having tendonitis, patellofemoral pain syndrome, IT band syndrome, and general knee pain.
When adjusting the saddle height and clips for a proper fit is no longer helping, then a supportive device like a brace or support for the knee may be required for cyclist relief. If you’ve been sidelined with with knee problems from biking then a knee brace for cycling can help.
ARE KNEE BRACES GOOD FOR BICYCLING?
Biking places a lot of stress on the knee joint, tendons, and ligaments. A knee support for cycling can reduce the amount of irritation to the knee, and help prevent future injuries from happening. They improve alignment of the kneecap without affecting your ride.
DME-Direct has all types of knee support braces for cyclist suffering from problems with patella tracking to residual pain from ACL and meniscus surgeries. We have compression knee sleeve design with moisture wicking materials for breathable comfort. Compression sleeve supports with adjustable buttresses can help cyclists suffering with patellar tendonitis by improving blood flow and reducing pain from the injury.
Check out our recommended braes below or talk to one of our brace experts. They can recommend a brace that's comfortable, effective, and will not get in the way when pedaling.