Salted Caramel Kicks energy gel by MuleBar.

Some press/tweets/feedback on our newest energy gel.

 

 Cycling Weekly Test Winner

Outdoor Fitness

"You're on to a winner when your energy gel tastes like a treat"

 

Ed the Cyclist
"Flavour wise- hold on, let me take a moment to grapple some words to describe it with... Yummy"

Vertical Gear.

I’m a bit biased when it comes to Salted Caramel (usually in cake format), anyway the Salted Caramel Kicks is a tasty hit of syrupy energy easily stashed in any pocket –  we found it easy on the belly (I have history with some energy gels upsetting the stomach) and not too sharp to for use when feeling a bit naff when training.

 

Mulebar certainly do some interesting flavours, and Salted Caramel seems like one that is particularly suited to this time of year, when you can do with a bit of comfort on the bike.

This gel has a great taste, texture and is a good size to squeeze down in one go. It provides a good energy kick, and it also contains electrolytes that should reduce the chance of muscle cramps.

If you keep your energy food mixed, and throw in a few interesting flavours like this, then it can make fuelling on the bike far more enjoyable.

 

 

 

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Cheers Matt racing out to drop a box of these amazing tasting new gels to E3C for

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Local dudes at Stonehenge Cycles bigging it up. 
" We have a world exclusive, MuleBar have launched their Salted Caramel Kicks energy Gel, and we are the first place in the world to have them. To say it's amazing is an understatement, well done MuleBar you are on to a winner."

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Rat Race Cycles, Nunhead
This just in from the why-didn't-anyone-think-of-this-before department: salted caramel energy gels!

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  • October 27, 2014
  • Matt Willis
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