Rapha-Condor-JLT rider Kristian House discusses what he does to fuel a long, 
eight-hour, day in the saddle...

Bicarb or not to bicarb, that is the question. Even with its performance enchancement factors why hasn't it taken off as a usuable supplement?

From bland fuel to big meat, Tour of Britain stage winner Elia Viviani gives us an insight to his diet during Britain's blue riband race

Sodium bicarbonate has been used since the 1930's as a boost for short sprint style events but now can it be used for the endurance athlete?

It's time for a diet rethink - with many of the old myths busted, we look at what you really should eat

Step away from the supplements and give your cycling a boost with some pure, unprocessed goodness, writes Mayur Ranchordas

When it comes to weight loss, not all diets are created equal. We investigate the foods scientifically proven to streamline your shape

Earlier this year, SiS released a brand new gel called Go Nitrate to the sports nutrition market. It's the first of its kind containing naturally occurring nitrates and has got…

It's amazing, given the amount of information out there, that riders are still getting bike nutrition wrong. But why? Rob Hicks talks to the experts about the best ways to…

The arrival of January will see millions of Brits launch themselves into variuos fad diets in a bid to lose the festive flab. Laura Tilt shows us the most effective…

The nutritional basics may have remained the same but the way pro riders' prodigious calorie needs are met has changed with the times. Today's teams take no chances with their…