While seated on the floor, put one leg straight out in front (or turned in) with the other leg crossed over, then turn your torso away from the bent leg.
Sit on the floor with the soles of your feet together and your knees outwards. Apply gentle pressure down with your elbows on your knees.
While standing, bend one leg and hold your foot. Keep your hips forward and square and keep your buttocks tucked under. This one is an essential stretch for cyclists because these muscles do so much work on the bike.
while standing on a step, drop your heal down. This stretch can also be done by leaning against a wall with your hands.
Cyclists often end up with tight hamstrings so it’s really important to stretch them. This can done whilst seated on the ground with your legs straight out in front and reaching to your feet. You can also do it standing by putting one leg on a step.