Tuesday, September 29, 2020

Siskiyou Velo

Southern Oregon's Premier Cycling Club

Cycling in the HEAT

by Gary Shaff on Jun, 7 2015

Summer has arrived and with it the challenge of staying hydrated. But the fact is few few cyclists drink enough water. The rough “rule of thumb” is to drink a liter (i.e. a full water bottle) of water per hour of cycling. You may need more; everyone sweats at a different rate.

It is important to know the signs of dehydration for yourself and other cyclists.

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