Keeping hydrated is one of sport's golden rules, especially when it comes to endurance events like cycling. There are hosts of sports energy drinks on the market, all claiming to offer energising powers of thirst quenching along with other things. By far the most economic way to buy them is in powdered form, with tubs of drinks with different stated abilities available.
Sports people looking for cycling energy drinks are well served by manufacturers like Zipvit. They offer an 'Extreme' version of their usual drink, using a recipe which includes extra electrolytes, making it especially effective when the weather hots up to uncomfortable levels. The usual version of the drink is also a potent weapon in the battle against dehydration, while the company also offers a box set with gels, bars and sweets in it too, allowing an athlete to assess what works best on a personal level.
People looking to buy energy drinks may also want to have a look at the SIS Go range. Personal choice and preference will also come into making a choice, as no one wants to drink something which tastes horrible when they are craving refreshment. The level of training and its likely intensity should also be considered when choosing a product which suits. More casual competitors should try things out before becoming set in a product choice.
Energy drinks UK athletes use tend to be from the mainstream manufacturers who sponsor the biggest sporting events. Using a little research though, better value deals on products from less well-known manufacturers often prove more beneficial for an athlete's needs.