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Eat and Drink like a Pro (Cyclist)

Abridged - for the full story refer to the Chain Reactions website What will the riders have for breakfast? StartFragment This will involve normal breakfast foods like porridge, Greek yoghurt, eggs, fruit smoothies (mixed berries, bananas, oranges, apples) and vegetable juices (leafy and green veg). Rice, pasta and quinoa will also be available. Bars or gels? Riders will save gels until the last third of long stages. This is when the pace is usually stepped up and fast absorbing carbohydrate is needed. They will aim to consume 60-90 grams of carbohydrate per hour during high intensity sections. . Will the riders eat ‘real food’ on the bike? Riders don’t just consume bars and gels while on th

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