Lower protein levels mean it's not the best as a straight post-exercise recovery product; Hard to mixOriginally devised by a runner for runners, hence the name, the Running Nutrition Pro Formula protein powder found its way into the Cyclist office after the company realised that many of the needs of endurance runners are the same as those of endurance cyclists. The product on review is chocolate flavour, and its taste is its best feature.
Mallorca, the largest of Spain's Balearic Islands and a hugely popular destination for visiting amateur cyclists has everything needed for a spectacular start to the Vuelta a Espana. Scenery, climbs, near-perfect roads and easy flight connections from much of Europe all add weight to the idea of a Vuelta start on the island, which is arguably the ideal cycling location. What's more, it's a short hop on a ferry from Barcelona, where the race could resume after three days of Mallorcan racing.
On the 24th February two Wightlink-Wight Mountain riders took on the Hillingdon circuit in the hunt for points to progress to Cat 3. The race got underway at an average pace, but soon picked up with a few groups trying to breakaway. Click on image to see larger versionAndy (yellow helmet) and James (white helmet) headed up the chasing group to keep the field together. With three laps to go, a group of ten managed to breakaway and James found himself in a crosswind and missed the break.
@mocycling@cyclist Right, well to an extent I do care what other people do if it has a wider societal benefit or detriment.
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