Want to cycle like Sir Bradley Wiggins? Then think about what you eat.
Eating for cycling requires a diet that provides your body with ‘fuel’ to go the distance. This is an incredibly important part of distance and endurance cycling. Even a leisurely ride in the park will burn around 250 calories per hour. Take it a bit more seriously that’ll increase to 300-450 calories. And without the correct types of food and drink your body’s immune system can weaken and you’ll become more tired much quicker.
So if you’re training for an event this Summer, or next, you might like to take a leaf out of the Pro’s recipe book.
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