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Put your phone down: How taking photos can ruin the enjoyment of cycling

“I consciously said, when the leading groups come – the lead group and the yellow jersey group – I’m not going to bother with my phone.” Australian Ryan Howells had driven from his home in Barcelona, and ridden up the Col du Tourmalet with a group friends to watch the Tour de France’s Pyreneen climax. … The post Put your phone down: How taking photos can ruin the enjoyment of cycling appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Father’s Day Gift Guide

The post Father’s Day Gift Guide appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Finish-line collusion in Belarus; Aru seeking redemption at Vuelta: Daily News Digest

Supported by WELCOME TO YOUR DAILY NEWS DIGEST. HERE’S WHAT’S HAPPENING TODAY: Favors, and results, are traded all the time in the pro peloton, but it’s not usually as obvious as it was at the GP Minsk over the weekend. The path to unlocking the Vuelta a España heads uphill. Fabio Aru heads to the Vuelta, a ...


CT Recommends: Best road bike pedals

Supported by What good is a pair of road cycling shoes without pedals to go with them In this third round of CT Recommends, we take a look at what CT staffers are using for road pedals. Ultimately, there really are only four main players when it comes to road-oriented, three-hole pedal systems: Shimano, Look, Speedpl...


From inline skating to pro cycling: A chat with Aussie climber Lionel Mawditt

In less than two-and-a-half years, Melbourne’s Lionel Mawditt has gone from riding his very first road race, to riding some of the biggest road races in the U.S. It’s been a rapid rise through the cycling ranks for a man who represented Australia at three inline speed skating world championships between 2013 and 2015. In … The post From inline skating to pro cycling: A chat with Aussie climber Lionel Mawditt appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Vuelta contenders revealed; Sagan’s return to Tour Down Under: Daily News Digest

Supported by Welcome to your Daily News Digest. Here’s what’s happening today: Richie Porte will lead BMC Racing at the Vuelta a España in his final race for the team. Mikel Landa will miss the Vuelta due to his spinal fracture at San Sebastian. Vincenzo Nibali, who had a spinal fracture at the Tour de Fr...


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Put your phone down: How taking photos can ruin the enjoyment of cycling

“I consciously said, when the leading groups come – the lead group and the yellow jersey group – I’m not going to bother with my phone.” Australian Ryan Howells had driven from his home in Barcelona, and ridden up the Col du Tourmalet with a group friends to watch the Tour de France’s Pyreneen climax. … The post Put your phone down: How taking photos can ruin the enjoyment of cycling appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Father’s Day Gift Guide

The post Father’s Day Gift Guide appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Finish-line collusion in Belarus; Aru seeking redemption at Vuelta: Daily News Digest

Supported by WELCOME TO YOUR DAILY NEWS DIGEST. HERE’S WHAT’S HAPPENING TODAY: Favors, and results, are traded all the time in the pro peloton, but it’s not usually as obvious as it was at the GP Minsk over the weekend. The path to unlocking the Vuelta a España heads uphill. Fabio Aru heads to the Vuelta, a ...


CT Recommends: Best road bike pedals

Supported by What good is a pair of road cycling shoes without pedals to go with them In this third round of CT Recommends, we take a look at what CT staffers are using for road pedals. Ultimately, there really are only four main players when it comes to road-oriented, three-hole pedal systems: Shimano, Look, Speedpl...


From inline skating to pro cycling: A chat with Aussie climber Lionel Mawditt

In less than two-and-a-half years, Melbourne’s Lionel Mawditt has gone from riding his very first road race, to riding some of the biggest road races in the U.S. It’s been a rapid rise through the cycling ranks for a man who represented Australia at three inline speed skating world championships between 2013 and 2015. In … The post From inline skating to pro cycling: A chat with Aussie climber Lionel Mawditt appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Vuelta contenders revealed; Sagan’s return to Tour Down Under: Daily News Digest

Supported by Welcome to your Daily News Digest. Here’s what’s happening today: Richie Porte will lead BMC Racing at the Vuelta a España in his final race for the team. Mikel Landa will miss the Vuelta due to his spinal fracture at San Sebastian. Vincenzo Nibali, who had a spinal fracture at the Tour de Fr...


Science In Sport Go Hydro Electrolyte 20 Tablets - 5703-8PACK - Nutrition sku

- 5703-8PACK 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

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