Fuel right for training

How to fuel for long distance rides

If you’re staring down the barrel of a five-hour ride this year, you’ll need to know how to get round the route with your energy stores intact. Matt Hart of…


Six simple steps 
to healthier eating

Though it’s true that what we eat has an influence on our training 
and fitness potential, it’s important not to get obsessed with the detail

5 Breakfasts Before You Ride STILL

Five pre-ride breakfasts for cyclists (video)

Breakfast is the nutritional foundation of your day, kick-starting your metabolism and fuelling your body for whatever you have in store. So why don’t you give breakfast the respect it…

Time saving nutrition featured

Top 10 time saving nutrition tricks

1 Breakfast on overnight oats Rich in slow-release carbohydrate and lower in sugar than most cereals, oats are go-to breakfast fuel for cyclists, but standing over the stove making porridge takes…

Cycling Weekly's Complete Guide to Nutrition

Cycling Weekly’s Complete Guide to Nutrition

What you eat and when you eat it can have a significant effect on your overall performance; the guide has been split into three sections to help readers understand how…

Leaning over bike

Can crash diets work for cyclists?

What's the best way to shed surplus kilos and get back to your racing weight? David Bradford separates the junk fads from the nutritional gold nuggets

cycling rehydration

Is milk a good rehydration option?

A new study suggests that milk-based products rehydrate with greater efficiency than beverages custom-designed for the task


SiS launches new protein powder

Post workout recovery is crucial if you want to improve.  Protein is essential for repairing and rebuilding your body. The new product’s formulation is claimed to provide a source of rapidly digestible protein…

Christmas table

Christmas eating: a weighty issue?

Christmas is traditionally a time of overindulgence, but you don’t need to pig out and pile on the pounds. Eat the right seasonal treats and you won’t have to worry…