- Non-bike food for biking.
I just eat “food” – weird eh?………… anything under 4hrs i don’t bother eating but if i’m out for longer then whatever shop i find that is open will have something to eat if i feel the need, I stay in Galloway so there’s not many shops where i ride anyway, considering i’m probably carrying a few extra kg that i could do to lose i’d prefer my body to burn fat as fuel – then again i don’t care a fig how fast i ride these days so if my average speed drops due to the bonk i couldn’t care less – i’ll get back home eventually.Posted 4 years agocheekyboyMember
A couple of the lads who I ride with have started started stopping at the bacon butty van and having bacon, sausage and egg in a tray minus bread, one guy actually bucked up from a serious bonk and then led the ride for the remaining 20 mile, I normally suffice with a handful of raisins, nuts and some dried figs.Posted 4 years agotomhowardSubscriber
When in the uk, bacon Brie, avocado cucumber and lettuce ciabatta.
When in France, charcuterie du jour, mozzarella and Edam slices, celeriac remoulade in a baguette
When in whistler, breakfast burritos. Time of day irrelevant.
When anywhere, beer.
I luvs food I duz.Posted 4 years ago
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