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  1. General Discussion
      Drinks for before the ride on the bike and off Isotonic, electrolyte and recovery drinks are commonplace these days - most athletes understand that in order to perform at your best you need to have something in your bottle to replace what you lose during the effort. There are lots of...
  2. General Discussion
    Good news for coffee-loving cyclists courtesy Tailwind Nutrition. The Durango, Colorado-based company announced that it will be releasing Rebuild Coffee in spring of 2019. This comes after the successful and well-received launch of Rebuild recovery drink mixes in Chocolate and Vanilla. Check...
  3. General Discussion
    Responding to demand from customers, Tailwind Nutrition Rebuild recovery drink is now available in 15-serving bags online and at specialty retailers. Tailwind Nutrition Rebuild is among the first recovery drinks based on a patent-pending complete protein formula that is an all-natural, vegan...
  4. Nutrition/Hydration/Fitness
    What is it Like many non-XC racers, I haven't been a regular user of recovery drinks since my long ago relationship with Hammer Nutrition Recoverite. I mainly remember it to be nasty and chalky, but good for recovery ahead of subsequent training sessions. I'm now more an expert in recovery...
  5. General Discussion
    Tailwind Nutrition has announced a partnership in 2018 with the Epic Rides Off-Road series, one of North American mountain biking's most celebrated endurance events. With off-road competitions in four states across the country, the annual series will offer Tailwind Nutrition Endurance Fuel...
  6. Nutrition/Hydration/Fitness
    Energy drinks are a necessary evil sometimes. If you don't take them and you go on a long or hard ride, you can bonk or cramp and have a miserable time. If you take them, you can get bad flavors, suffer from up and down spikes in energy and get the dreaded gut bomb where just feel sick and...
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