Wrap Your Portables in NEW Skratch Paper!

Those who enjoy real, high-moisture foods during bike rides, trail runs, climbing, hikes, or while road tripping know that it’s critical to make sure your portable snacks are carefully wrapped to avoid contamination and delay spoilage. (Read about… Read More

How to Bake Fresh Cookies In Your Hotel Room

In the Feed Zone, the menu has changed and no one can argue with the results: real food is better. Real food tastes better, digests quickly, and helps you perform at your best. The Feed Zone Cookbook includes… Read More

Velotry: Do Not Use Feed Zone Portables as Directed

We’ve enjoyed hearing from many parents who describe using the portable snack recipes from Feed Zone Portables in a most practical way: to satisfy starving kids on the way to soccer practice, swim meets, and while camping. Terrie… Read More

How Pro Cyclists Stay Hydrated

During long stage races or high temps, pro cyclists can sweat as much as 2 to 4 liters per hour, requiring them to consume anywhere from 10 to 20 liters of fluid per day depending upon the weather and race length…. Read More

How Many Calories a Pro Cyclist Needs

Pro cyclists need to consume almost three times the number of calories when racing or training as the average person—about 6000-7000 calories per day. Pro cyclists can burn up to 10-15 calories per minute during a hard training session or race. Since… Read More