Energy & Recovery Gels


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PowerBar PowerGel

Whilst they contain a similar amount or carbohydrate to High 5 or SiS gels we have reviewed, the PowerGels contain a higher proportion of ‘which sugars.’ We found these gels…

Score 8


SiS Go Energy Pink Grapefruit Gel

As a guideline, one should strive to consume ~60g of carbohydrates per hour to optimise cycling performance. Note that this kind of fuelling isn’t necessary for any ride under 90…

Score 8

Mule Bar

MuleBar Kicks Natural Energy Gel

In terms of ‘natural’ credentials The MuleBar Kicks Natural Energy Gel is hard to beat. Only six ingredients are listed on the packaging, five of which you could probably pick…

Score 9

Honey Stinger

Honey Stinger Organic Energy Gel

Honey Stinger pride themselves in the fact that they only use natural ingredients in their products, something that they’ve continued with in their small but powerful gels. The Honey Stinger…

Score 7


CNP Hydro Gel

A natural energy gel (although not organic), as gels go the CNP Hydro gel is fairly liquidy. The reason for this is that the Hydro Gel has been developed to…

Score 7


High Five Banana Energy Gel

As a rough guideline, you should aim to consume ~60g of carbohydrates per hour whilst cycling. Failure to keep your blood sugar levels topped up can result in the infamous…

Score 9

energy gum

Superfast Energy Gum

The makers claim that this caffeinated gum will enable you to study smarter, compete harder, focus better, stay alert longer and party forever

Score 5