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The Feed Zone cookbook Cordee: 01455 611185


OKAY, THIS one’s not strictly a new product, it’s a restocked item from Cordee, of which the first batch sold out very quickly. Penned by chef Biju Thomas and pro-peloton


nutrition expert Dr. Allen Lim, The Feed Zone features 150 recipes designed solely to provide athletes with edible alternatives to energy bars and gels that are so often criticised for their taste and consistency. Most of the recipes within require only a handful of


ingredients and can be rustled up quickly, making this ideal for those with busy schedules combined with strict training regimes. Further to the recipes, The Feed Zone features Lim’s take on the science and practice of food, shortcuts and substitutions for time saving in the kitchen, gluten free and vegetarian alternatives and more. To take stock of the book, which should sell to any


athlete regardless of their chosen sport, contact Cordee on 01455 611185.


Knog Blinder Moore Large: 01332 274200


EVER-QUIRKY KNOG continues in its quest to create the most stylish commuter lights around, introducing the Blinder through UK distributor Moore Large shortly.


Spec wise, we’re told the units will emit 80 lumens up front and 44 at the rear, running for three hours constantly, or up to 50 hours on eco-flash mode (rear light to run 30 hours on the same mode). As usual, the silicone strap returns for easy


attachment and removal and – boosting style points further – the face is made from anodised aluminium. The waterproof unit weighs in at 35 grams. Said to be visible for 800 metres and offering five


different modes, the blinder is ideal for commuters looking for a compact yet robust light.


Weldtite G-strings Various distributors


WELDTITE HAS unveiled Dirtwash G-strings, designed to remove dirt and grime in the cassette, sprockets and chain rings. Available by the time this magazine hits doormats – and debuted at the recent Taipei Cycle Show – the Dirtwash G-strings will come in a packet of five strings.


Unlike a traditional sprocket brush, the flexible design and elasticated material of the product can be stretched to adjust the thickness to fit the varying spaces between all sprockets whilst the soft fabric ensures that you can clean without damage, said Weldtite. Weldtite is carried by Fisher Outdoors, Moore Large, Reece Cycles, Walkers, Bob Elliot and Ison.


High5 Zero Pink Grapefruit Raleigh: 01773 532600


HIGH5 HAS introduced a new flavour to its line of best-selling Zero hydration drinks – Pink Grapefruit. Visitors to the triathlon show, held during March


were among the first to try out the new mix, described by High5 development director Tim Atkinson as 'our best flavour yet’. Atkinson added: "Zero tabs produce a clean tasting and highly refreshing rehydration drink with zero calories and all key electrolytes, including magnesium. Zero contains light natural flavours with no artificial colours or preservatives. An added bonus in the new Pink Grapefruit is that it contains a high level of caffeine for an effective stimulant kick.” Zero is also recommended for those on weight loss plans, as tests show users to burn more fat than when using many popular competing products.


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