How Much Fuel Is Enough For Long Rides?



When you want to go on long rides, you need enough power to handle the heat. This is where it becomes important to understand a few things about cycling nutrition.

Only an expert can tell you secrets like why it is not a good idea to eat or even drink during the swim or race, or why you should avoid going for high calorie intake.

Over at, you will find a post where they have covered the topic in detail and explained how much fluid per hour or carbohydrates per hour are enough to fuel your body during long rides.

Jimmy Archer is a pro triathlete and coach… On his article “How Much Fuel Do You Need During Long Rides?” you will learn why athletes need 16 to 32 oz. of fluid per hour and Plus, 30 to 60 grams of carbohydrate per hour

Read the original article here…

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