Tasty protein bar designed to help muscle recovery after training or racing
A cheap enough cereal bar that's easy to open and eat. Tasty too!
Flavoursome snack, just don't expect it to pick you up when you're flagging
Somewhat challenging taste; packed with energy, but not the easiest to digest at speed
Packs a punch, and the flavour is a nice distraction
Great, tasty alternative to gels, but prohibitive cost and over-engineered packaging really let it down
Excellent energy bar, very tasty and easy to digest, and delivers a good dose of carbs
Fruit and cereal bars with a good supply of carb, ideal for long bike rides; nice texture and taste, but slightly expensive
Good value option for post-ride recovery, but not as vegetarian as it's supposed to be
Compact energy bar which scores well on taste and offers reasonable value
All the right ingredients & good value, but too chewy and lacking in flavour to be a satisfying recovery bar
Easy-to-eat bar to help muscle recovery after exercise, with a good mix of carbs and proteins. Very tasty too.
A tasty snack packed full of protein, carbohydrates and sugar but leaves you feeling unsatisfied.
Chewy snack that's high in nutritional value and low in undesirable substances provided you're not a vegetarian.
Very tasty energy bar. Handy as on-the-bike fuel or at-the-desk snack. Fairly priced too.
Good source of protein to help muscle recovery after a long ride. Very tasty, and a relatively healthy snack any time, but not cheap.
Tasty source of protein to help muscle recovery after a long ride - and a healthy snack any time
Tasty and effective - a welcome change to the usual choices - although not cheap and hard to eat on the move
Refreshing, good for keeping cramps at bay, and no ill-effects on the stomach.
A tasty and healthy snack, but not the best source of energy for performance-orientated cyclists. And not cheap either.