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Originally Posted by Dudelsack View Post

Is there any evidence that Clif bars are a better source of energy than, say, a BP&J? Lara bars are the fave if your gluten-free and sugar free (kind of) but does that make it a better source of energy on rides?
Ever try eating a sandwich in a paceline? Clif bars are easy, no muss, no fuss, plus you know exactly how many calories you're getting. Dig 'em out of the back of your saddle bag a week later and they're fine. The bar you ate's better than the sandwich you didn't. I still use them hiking but not on the bike anymore. Hiking, because they are so durable. Never tried Lara bars.
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