British Cycling launches series of recipes designed to give your riding a boost

Whether you want to rustle up porridge or a chicken jambalaya, British Cycling has a new series of recipes aimed at riders

Whether you're a casual rider, sportive enthusiast or road racer, nutrition may play a large part in your preparations and recovery.

There's plenty of information available out there about what foods are good for cyclists, those which release energy quickly, those which contain a lot of muscle-repairing protein and those which should give you energy over a long ride.

Now, British Cycling have launched a series of recipes on the Insight Zone sector of their website, with a host of recipe cards available to download.

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Chicken and prawn jambalaya (Photo: British Cycling)

Chicken and prawn jambalaya (Photo: British Cycling)

From the simple scrambled eggs and smoked salmon breakfast to the slightly more adventurous fruity chicken curry, there seems to be enough different recipes to keep your diet varied and in line with your plans.

With each recipe card showing all the nutritional information you could require it's easy to keep on top of your diet and know how much room you've got left for your Friday night fish and chip supper.

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Mushroom omelette (Photo: British Cycling)

Mushroom omelette (Photo: British Cycling)

Take a look at the recipes on the British Cycling website and check out the Cycling Weekly nutrition page for even more tips on how to get the most out of your food.

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Stuart Clarke is a News Associates trained journalist who has worked for the likes of the British Olympic Associate, British Rowing and the England and Wales Cricket Board, and of course Cycling Weekly. His work at Cycling Weekly has focused upon professional racing, following the World Tour races and its characters.