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We’ve tested Mule Bar’s all-natural vegan-friendly gels. They’re packaged in refillable containers to reduce waste

£1.89
Score 8

Whilst they contain a similar amount or carbohydrate to High 5 or SiS gels we have reviewed, the PowerGels contain a higher proportion of ‘which sugars.’ We found these gels…

£40.00
Score 8

As a guideline, one should strive to consume ~60g of carbohydrates per hour to optimise cycling performance. Note that this kind of fuelling isn’t necessary for any ride under 90…

£37.79
Score 8

In terms of ‘natural’ credentials The MuleBar Kicks Natural Energy Gel is hard to beat. Only six ingredients are listed on the packaging, five of which you could probably pick…

£38.00
Score 9

Honey Stinger pride themselves in the fact that they only use natural ingredients in their products, something that they’ve continued with in their small but powerful gels. The Honey Stinger…

£27.00
Score 7

A natural energy gel (although not organic), as gels go the CNP Hydro gel is fairly liquidy. The reason for this is that the Hydro Gel has been developed to…

£48.00
Score 7

As a rough guideline, you should aim to consume ~60g of carbohydrates per hour whilst cycling. Failure to keep your blood sugar levels topped up can result in the infamous…

£19.80
Score 9

The makers claim that this caffeinated gum will enable you to study smarter, compete harder, focus better, stay alert longer and party forever

Score 5