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Nibali; Ferrand-Prevot; Strava: Daily News Digest

Supported by Welcome to your Daily News Digest. Here’s what’s happening today: Vincenzo Nibali will target the Giro next season. He had already confirmed ambitions ride both the Giro and the Tour, but the former will be the main target. No, he’s not going for the double attempt, but merely riding both. Al...


Ten products I loved in 2018: Neal Rogers

Without question, my riding has changed dramatically over the past couple of years — fewer long rides, less road riding, more gravel, more mountain biking, more Zwifting, more commuting. As I’ve gotten older and become a parent, I pay less attention to things like shedding grams, or what’s most aerodynamic. I just want gear that works, … The post Ten products I loved in 2018: Neal Rogers appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


The Pioneer: Roadies on mountain bikes – What could go wrong?

15,500m of climbing and descending, 500km of trails, two ill-prepared roadies and one of the worlds toughest MTB stage races... what could possibly go wrong The post The Pioneer: Roadies on mountain bikes – What could go wrong appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Sky’s budget was an anomaly, so what does Dave Brailsford do now?

Supported by Sky just announced it will end its sponsorship at the end of 2019. What happens when the money dries up What’s next for Team Sky The post Sky’s budget was an anomaly, so what does Dave Brailsford do now appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Sky’s sponsorship woes; McLaren; Vuelta: Daily News Digest

Supported by Welcome to your Daily News Digest. Here’s what’s happening today: British telecommunications titan Sky will end its sponsorship of the Team Sky WorldTour program at the end of 2019. The news is shocking, but history tells us even the most successful programs are not immune to cycling’s financ...


Sky to end team sponsorship after 2019 season

Supported by London-based telecommunications company Sky has decided that 2019 will be the final year of its involvement in cycling after 11 years, Team Sky announced on its website Wednesday. The decision will bring to a conclusion Sky’s ownership and sponsorship of Team Sky, which may continue to race under a diffe...


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Science In Sport Go Hydro Electrolyte 20 Tablets - 5604-8PACK by Science In Sport

Item description: This Nutrition Nutrition product is by Science In Sport - Science In Sport Go Hydro Electrolyte 20 TabletsSiS GO Hydro represents a cutting edge and scientifically based formulation that is designed to ensure you are effectively hydrated to produce your best performance As an effervescent tablet that readily dissolves in plain water, it represents a highly practical approach (simply drop one tablet in your 500 ml water bottle) to ensure that all of your electrolyte and fluid requirements are met in its most simple format   SiS GO Hydro is a practical strategy to ensure hydration without the calories. Features: Low-calorie high electrolyte effervescent tablet to hydrate during training or racing: Simply drop in water to provide a high electrolyte drink High in sodium to help promote hydration When hydration is required without the added calories Recommended Usage: To ensure hydration prior to training or racing, consume at least 500 ml of GO Hydro approximately 3-4 hours prior to your event with a further 250-500 ml at 2 hours prior to starting. During exercise itself, traditional guidelines advise a drinking strategy that prevents dehydration equating to > 2% loss in body mass. In practice, such a drinking strategy usually equates to 500 ml per hour and depending on the environmental conditions, your thirst will likely determine if your body requires more. If aiming to combine hydration and energy delivery, SiS GO Energy could be combined with the SiS GO Gels and GO Bar range to ensure both adequate carbohydrate and fluid delivery during exercise.... Learn More

Manufacturer: Science In Sport

Category: Nutrition

$6.49

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