Medicine of Cycling Research Library

No more need to spend hours to find the cycling medicine articles you need.  We’ve done the work for you!  Below you’ll find a comprehensive cycling research library of over 8,000 articles pertaining exclusively to cyclists or cycling, all sorted by category to make it easier to find what you need, with links to either the abstract or full text when available.  We estimate that we’ve compiled over 90% of all of the available cycling research published in major medical journals.

NEW Research

Alignment/Posture/Body Characteristics

Balance/Postural Control

Bike Fit

Biomechanics

Cycling with Chronic Medical Conditions

Gender Differences

Health Benefits of Cycling

Healthcare Costs

Helmets

Medical Conditions and Injuries

General Epidemiology

Event Medical Coverage

Arterial and Venous

Bone Health

Cardiovascular

Dental and Facial

Fluid/Electrolyte Imbalances

Gastrointestinal

Genitourinary

Immunological

Integumentary

Musculoskeletal

Neurological/Neuromuscular

Psychological

Pulmonary

Temperature Related

Medications

Nutrition

Rehabilitation

Rest/Recovery

Stretching

Training

Books and Medical Journals

Medicine of Cycling Members' Research

 

Last updated 7/30/2014

About the Cycling Research Library:

Our goal is to make it easier for healthcare professionals and the cycling public to have greater and simplified access to the medical literature. We recognize the search process can be time consuming and daunting if you are a busy provider or are unfamiliar with research search strategies. Hopefully you will find this library useful. Due to the overwhelming amount of physiology only related articles, we focused our efforts on the medical, nutritional, and training articles and resources. This library will be updated on a bi-monthly basis. If you have any feedback, questions, or articles to add to this list, please contact: alynn@medicineofcycling.com

Sincerely,

Alynn Kakuk, DPT, CSCS

Chair, MOC Research Task Force




Contributors:

Doug Bauer, MD





John Beauchamp, PT, MPT





Angela Cortez, MD





Jill Crussemeyer, PhD

Chelsea Lavelle, DPT





Paul Nelson, PT, Cert. MDT





Lisa Roazen, MD





Paul Tregouet, PhD