F. M. Alexander mentions using the principles of his technique for learning cycling in MSI:
I have personal knowledge of a person who, by employing the principles of conscious control which I advocate, mounted and rode a bicycle downhill without mishap on the ﬁrst attempt, and on the second day rode 30 miles out and 30 miles back through normal traffic.
According to Walter Carrington this person was Alexander himself.
‘A two wheel essay’ by Barry Collins covers how the Alexander Technique changes his cycling, with some general observations on the application of the Technique to cycling.
‘Some thoughts on cycling’ by Barry Collins is on the application of the Alexander Technique to cycling, and on teaching the Technique to cyclists.
‘On the road again’ by Barry Collins containing many observations on applying the Alexander Technique to cycling, and cycling in India.
‘The right frame of mind’ by Alex Down is more specifically on applying the Alexander Technique to cycling uphill.