Hip and ankle kinematics are the most important predictors of knee joint loading during bicycling

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Hip and ankle kinematics are the most important predictors of knee joint loading during bicycling

To assess the effect of ankle, knee, and hip kinematics on patellofemoral and tibiofemoral joint reaction forces (JRF) during bicycling. Secondarily, to assess if sex, horizontal saddle position, or crank arm length were related to JRFs, after accounting for kinematics.

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