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Cycling with Raynaud’s Disease

Raynaud’s Disease, or Raynaud’s Phenomenon, is a condition that affects blood supply to certain parts of the body, most often the fingers and toes.

The blood vessels go into spasm and the toes and fingers lose blood flow and can turn a white or blue colour.

It’s a fairly common affliction and can be particularly troublesome for cyclists as our hands and feet spend prolonged time outside over the winter months.

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