to 500ml of water, you'll get a whopping 59 servings from the bottle. During a tough week when I was running the Marathon des sables in the Moroccan Sahara, I used it daily and didn't have any problems with cramping or dehydration. What I liked most
waterproof – the folk at Knog proved this by dropping one into a pint of beer before downing it. See, told you they were cool.Pick up a pair now from todayscyclist.co.uk
Kinetica 100% Recovery, £24.99(10 x 75g sachets)Joe says: Kinetica 100% Recovery is a 2:1 carb to protein supplement designed to aid quick delivery of nutrients to fatigued muscles and replenish glycogen stores post training.Kinetica’s exclusive Biotein protein blend prevents mus...
ZICO Mango Coconut Water Review (£2.49)Izzy says: Coconut water is not just this summer’s celebrity diet fad – it’s naturally packed with essential electrolytes and potassium, making it a great alternative to sugar, caffeine and preservative-loaded sports recovery drinks.It helps...
to stop pesky flies and bugs impacting on your performance. And if racing and training style is high on your list, you can pick from a choice of five colours. The only area for improvement was the inside padding, which could offer a little more comfort
Nike MAX Transitions, £195James says: Now the weather has picked up, it's time to think about your summer eyewear. When you do, consider the new Nike MAX Transitions. Just like your favourite tee, these sunnies are the crucial piece of kit to make
and calf sleeves are also available and start at £55 for the calf sleeves.Pick up a pair now from the Runner’s World store.
you dive into the pool or at the start of a triathlon, and integrated side loops and low profile buckles also create a more hydrodynamic profile than current options on the market. We found the goggles comfortable and the wraparound vision to be clear
Zoggs Tri Vision, £20Katherine says: While noticeably larger than other goggles in the Zoggs range, the new Tri Vision mask offers superbly clear 180-degree vision thanks to its curved lens technology. The soft frame sits wide on the face for a comfortable fit and little risk of ...
, powered it up and started training. And in two weeks of regular use it hasn’t given me a single problem.The first thing you notice is that it wears its size well – it’s thinner than the 310XT and, while the face is big enough to be easily read on the move
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