Video: Top 10 things cyclists should eat and drink

Oatmeal, eggs, beet juice and coffee are just some of the edible elixirs

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Top 10 Things to Eat and Drink

Eating real food while riding is never a bad thing.

Outside of choosing which bike to ride, perhaps the most important consideration a cyclist makes is what to put inside their body. The right food and drink can make or break your ride — and how you feel afterwards. So what are the best solids and liquids for cyclists? Our friends at the Global Cycling Network took on this culinary conundrum and came up with this tasty top 10 list.

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Comments:

  • RamonML says:

    Could you please give the flapjack recipe?

    (sorry about my english)

    • RoadBikeReview says:

      RamonML – Here is GCN’s recipe for the flapjack. You can also watch the video here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jMJEIiWV3VQ

      Sunflower Oil – 120ml/3/4 cup
      Soft Dark Brown Sugar – 200g/1 cup
      Golden Syrup – 2 tbsp
      Peanut Butter – 1 tbsp
      Vanilla Extract – 1/2 tsp

      Melt these ingredients in a pan over a low heat until melted and mixed together.

      Next, add:
      Sesame Seeds – 25g / 2 tbsp
      Sunflower Seeds – 25g / 2 tbsp
      Flaked Almonds – 50g / 1/2 cup
      Sultanas – 50g / 1/2 cup
      Chopped Dates – 50g / 1/2 cup

      Gradually stir in thick cut porridge oats/oatmeal – 225g / 8 oz. Transfer mixture to a baking tin lined with parchment. Roughly 25 x 15cm or 10 x 6 inches. Press down firmly with a metal fork. Place in an oven at 180degrees c, 350 degrees f or gas mark 4 for 10 – 15 minutes, keeping an eye on them so they don’t get over done. Finally, leave to cool in the tin before you take them out and cut them.

  • Steve says:

    I learned something new today. In North America “flapjack” is a (somewhat archaic) synonym for pancake. An energy bar is an energy bar. Author must be British? Cheers.

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