This also happens to me if I ride for an hour or more without stopping. Everyone I have talked to about it, says that I'm gripping the handlebars way to tightAnybody get cramps in their hands or feet from riding? I went for a 2 hour ride and noticed my throttle hand cramping up a bit and my shifting foot. Any suggestions?
82 Suzuki GS650G
When riding in the colder weather, my gloves have lots of insulation which makes grasping the throttle extra effort, and was experiencing sore hands muscles. To resolve the issue I bought one of the many devices that are nothing more than a plastic paddle that attaches to the outside edge of throttle via a velcro loop that allows you to use just your palm to hold the throttle open. One I know is named the Throttle Boss.Anybody get cramps in their hands or feet from riding? I went for a 2 hour ride and noticed my throttle hand cramping up a bit...
Maybe you are sitting slightly twisted on the bike without realising it.Sometimes the front of my right shoulder gets sore after riding for a while and I have no idea why. The left shoulder is always fine.
Come to think of it the cramp might be from using my muscles to hold the throttle open. Next time I go out for a long ride I'll try readjusting my hand position and check that I'm not sitting on the bike all wonky.Maybe you are sitting slightly twisted on the bike without realising it.
I get cramp in my left hand, but I suffer that even when I am not riding the bike
Maybe not I'm not old, and I have gotten a cramp right in the joint of my right leg and my hip, it was hard too, but I was just on a joy ride down the street so I just went on home and took a break.I've had my left hip start to cramp a bit a couple of times after riding a long distance. It could be because I'm old.