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Old 07-13-17, 03:57 PM
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Robike
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I had a Total Hip Replacement when 52, 8 years ago, and started back on an exercise bike to regain strength after about 4 weeks, if my memory serves me well. Then when feeling stronger, got back on road bike and gradually built up the miles. The cycling is good for the hip, you just got to make sure that you do not fall off and damage yourself. You feel more vulnerable, but as long as you are careful, you will be ok. Hope that this helps.
Rob
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