I'm a young fellow (19) and have been riding forever and have been commuting every single day since my Junior year in high school. Anyway, I started riding track / fixed last year and along with that started to ride more and more for sport in addition to my daily commute to work and school. I plan on riding a bike for the rest of my life and don't have any intentions to ever get a car. Because of this I'd like to make it a point to stay as healthy and fit as possible and I think that stretching would be a great way to help do that.
I've thought about taking some classes and still haven't really dismissed that idea yet, but I'd really like to find a stretch routine geared toward cyclists (and track / fixed riders if possible). My commute doesn't involve too many stop lights / signs so I don't have to stop all that often and most of the time I maintain a quick pace with a quick cadence. I think that my knee joints are of most concern, but I don't know how much stretching can help that.
Anyway, what do you guys recommend? Someone suggested videos on YouTube but I really haven't found anything spectacular yet. I'll continue to look around town for a class or group, but I live in a fairly small city. I'm just looking for a good routine to do before, after or between rides.