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Old 12-20-04, 05:20 PM   #1
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whats your favorite thing to eat after a ride?

mine is either motzzarella sticks or a 7-11 hot dog
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Old 12-20-04, 05:37 PM   #2
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dude why are you talking about food sure its good but cant you think of somthing better .........BIKING
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Old 12-20-04, 05:44 PM   #5
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or maybe crack rocks
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Burritos... and none of that Taco Bell crap!
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Old 12-20-04, 06:14 PM   #7
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I can see it now, low on hydration and then going straight to the booze, can anyone say hangover?

I have weet-bix or Sustain or go to the bakery on the way home and have a pie or pasty or sausage roll or even a hot dog.
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I can see it now, low on hydration and then going straight to the booze, can anyone say hangover?
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no but i can say... PARTY!
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Mm....cocaine.....Shouldn't of posted that. LOL just kidding.

Eh, I like some gatorade/honey mix with a grilled cheese sandwich, stuffed with cheese to the m4x. 7|-|47'5 1337 |-|4|\||)3|) 70 94!!
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Old 12-20-04, 06:45 PM   #10
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alot of non carbonated drinks...whether it be juice, water or gatorade...no carbonation, and then some munchies never hurt...some chips are good...sometimes something fruity. Sometimes the taste of air as I pass out is just as good
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Top Ramen Chicken Soup, especially when it's cold. Lots of fluid, salt and carbs.
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Balance bar, Arizona IceT with Ginseng, the GUh20 stuff is really good too. One day of DHing I usually go through 3 or 4 Sobe Adrenalines, or 2 Sobe NoFears if I feel like having some creatine. Chug a Gatorade about every other run......never dehydrated, usually have a Gatorade on the way home too
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Top Ramen Chicken Soup, especially when it's cold. Lots of fluid, salt and carbs.
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Major head ache, if i eat that stuff all that flavoring stuff, i hate it when I blank out I love having some tye of protein, it cant be a bar it has to be like (veal, chicken) with pasta, or steak, hot dog, heck i have had squirell (i am seriously not kidding).
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El Chapala's burritos. It's on the way home from the trail.
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gatorade or any type of energy drink and a pie.
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I can see it now, low on hydration and then going straight to the booze, can anyone say hangover?

I have weet-bix or Sustain or go to the bakery on the way home and have a pie or pasty or sausage roll or even a hot dog.
I don't get hangovers. Well I do...but it requires a tremendous amount of alcohol. (I also suck back tonnes of water during a ride, I rarely dehydrate.
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I pretty mcuh raid the kitchen, BUT a nice big bowl of nachos and cheese with the worx is sure to plant me on the couch.
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Chili Colorado, with whole beans and flour tortillas. Mmmmm......
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Quadruple soy cappuccino
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Peanut butter & honey sandwich, yogurt, soy milk, and a few apples or bannas
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BREAK OUT THE HIENIKENS!!!! and nachos obviously, they go hadn in hand with beers.....god i love those austrians for making good beer....its either hieniken or kilkenny's....ahhh or tenants....god there are so many!
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on a side note, while were talking about food, whats everybodys favourite beer????
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Sometimes I stop by a small Mexican food shop on my way home after a ride. Usually get 4 shrimp burritos and 3 beef burritos.

BTW thats not all for me, the shrimp is for my sisters and two of the beef are for my parents.
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Arg...I can't find real mexican up here...
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lol thts cause they arent really taht many mexicans living up here in the frozen north....lots of asians tho...no offence to anyone, jsut pointing out a fact....and i totally love asian foods, any type...especialyl spicy...god now im hungry..
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