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What Feul do you use?


Kansas

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Hi All

 

I just would like yo get some better ideas of what is out there on the market and what would be best for me.

 

So I would like to know what feul do you use for a 100km race:

Before

During

After?

 

Any info leading to a race would be appretiated:

 

 
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93 Unleaded to the race

Energy Dynamics Octane during race

93 Unleaded after race

 

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I use a Cytomax energy drink during the ride with a GU Energy gel or two. Depending on how hard the ride is I will have a Muscle Milk, also from the Cytomax range, just to replenish what I have lost after the race, within 15min.<?: prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />

 

Basically, carb up 3 days before an event, eat 3-4 hours before the ride on the day, if you are going to eat anything. Hydrate during the race and make sure you put some carbs back into your system after the race.
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Cytomax and power bars work for me

and a double caffine gu for the last few km's

to get me home FAST
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feul?

 

is this how you spell "fuel" in the states?

 

These fuels is a new concept to us in the states, normally we just go with red meat.  Wink

 

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Before: High Energy shake (pace &power special)

During: Water + 2xGU's

 

After: Beer and Boerie roll
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Enduren - If you're health conscious and wish to avoid chemical additives such as colourants, preservatives and flavourants. This stuff is magic!!!

Also try their cramp & fatigue buster tablets. Put it under your tongue to dissolve and get a new pair of legs. Seriously! Read all about it at:

www.enduren.co.za
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Sasol with the highest octane I can get for the bike, engen 93 for the car...

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