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How to get the most out of your riding / training: Nutrition tips for the everyday cyclist Alan McCubbin – SDA Advanced Sports Dietitian, Next Level Nutrition

Sports nutrition is often thought of as something Click to that elite athletes pay close attention to, but not read story something that should concern the average cyclist. But no matter what level of riding you do, it’s likely that some adjustments in how you eat may make you faster or stronger on the bike, and get through your rides with plenty of energy. Here’s a few quick nutrition tips to make the most out of your cycling.

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Getting a better return for your training investment. Stephen Lane – Exercise Physiologist, HPTek

It is no secret that cycling is an ideal way to improve both health and fitness. For the individual with a competitive streak, cycling can quickly become an addictive past time. Even if you are too busy to devote as much time to training as you would like, the following principles can help you improve. Remember though, you only get out what you put in. It is unrealistic to expect someone on 5 hrs a week to improve more than someone training for 10 hrs so making the most out of the time you have is critical. Click to read story

How to improve your cycling Written by Jennifer Schrader, Inspire Yoga Therapy

What can you do to improve your cycling experience when you are not an elite rider with a barrage of trainers and others supporting you, but more of a parent/partner/worker who simply loves cycling and wants to improve their riding experiences?

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Welcome to my Adelaide.

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Adelaide is my Aussie summer home, my cycling home and my training ground for Europe. Born and bred in Sydney the sea change at 26 years of age was a calculated decision to become a world class athlete. Adelaide was my Launchpad – A quieter city, less expensive and a gateway to relentless traffic free terrain of the Adelaide hills, McLaren Vale and the Barossa which soon became my workplace toward European success. The Adelaide cycling community have been an incredibly important part of my development as an athlete humbly receiving support from the South Australian Institute of Sport, local produce suppliers, bike shops, gyms and of course local coffee shops! I still choose to reside here in Summer months while I prepare for Europe and remain adamant it is one of the best cycling cities in the world! Rachel Neylan www.rachelneylan.com

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We asked Rachel Neylan to nominate her favourite post ride Cafe. Red Berry Espresso • 1A L’Estrange St, Glenside (2km from CBD, just off Greenhill Rd)

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Adelaide Metropolitan Area:

JT Cycles Adelaide [1] 262 Pulteney Street Adelaide 08 8359 2755 www.jtcycles.com.au Monday:

9:00 - 18:00

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9:00 - 18:00

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9:00 - 18:00

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9:00 - 20:00

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Bike Society Anzac Parade [2] 100 Anzac Highway Everard Park 08 82979952 www.bikesociety.com.au

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All metropolitan shops are Authorized S-Works Dealers.

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10:00 - 17:00

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Bike Society Blair Athol [3]

JT Cycles Elizabeth [5]

Oxygen Cycles Mclaren Vale

394 Main North Road

Shop 3/9 Elizabeth Way

143 Main Road

Blair Athol

Elizabeth

Mclaren Vale

08 8262 5449

08 8252 1983

08 8323 7345

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Bike Society Brighton [4] 391 Brighton Road Hove

Bicycles Mount Barker

17/485 Main North Road Evanston

12a Walker Street

08 8358 1500 www.bikesociety.com.au

Gawler Cycles Evanston

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Mount Barker,

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Bike Society JT cycles

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tube battery, internal cable routing, thru-axle

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dropouts and full fender/rack mounts

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NSW: Jet Cycles

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Manly Cycles

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• Extremely bright Supernova E3 front light and saddle-integrated rear light for a clean look

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