hold on a minute...

Discussion in 'Beginners' started by hero of valour, 20 Aug 2012.

  1. hero of valour

    hero of valour Well-Known Member

    ...re the food thread....how on earth do you guys carry all this stuff whilst your cycling? fig rolls, sandwiches, jam, haribo, breakfast bars, electrolyte drink, water, lucozade, flapjacks, pasta etc....do you have you mrs drive behind you passing food into your mouths as your cycling along at 20 mph???....
  2. bottles in bottle cages - food in back pockets
  3. T.M.H.N.E.T

    T.M.H.N.E.T Disc brakes - Stopping things since 1902

    Northern Ireland
    Cycling jerseys have 3 pockets which are massively expansive?
  4. dave r

    dave r Dunking Diddy Dave Pedalling Pensioner

    Holbrooks Coventry
    On the charity ride I did yesterday my pockets and saddle pack were crammed when I started off. On a normal club ride there's a café stop in the middle so I don't carry any food, yesterday there was no planned stop so I was carrying food, a cereal bar, several pieces of malt loaf and a banana, so my glasses had to go in the saddle pack to make room for the food.

    RAYMOND Well-Known Member

    I sometimes take a small back pack. Only if i'm going 30 miles plus though.
  6. DCLane

    DCLane Found in the Yorkshire hills ...

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  7. lordloveaduck

    lordloveaduck Well-Known Member

    Don't put chocolate in your bra.:thumbsup:
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  8. TonyEnjoyD

    TonyEnjoyD Veteran

    Tried, collects in your navel and pops out like a freshly created Hershey's Kiss.
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  9. Blue

    Blue Legendary Member

    N Ireland
    I wouldn't carry food for any ride less than 60 miles and for rides up to 45 miles I find 1 750ml bottle sufficient.
  10. TonyEnjoyD

    TonyEnjoyD Veteran

    30-50 a snickers and 500-750 water especially in hot weather
    Longer than that, maye extra grub, 2-bottles and a banana
  11. TonyEnjoyD

    TonyEnjoyD Veteran

    Oh, front door key, a fiver, debit card and mobile - the latter in cling-film.
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