We discuss making bike-packing and touring foods taste good, why it’s important to have good tasting food on the road and trail and we discuss the ways to spice up your meals while you’re touring the trails and roads. Additionally, we dip a toe into the latest news impacting Giant Bicycles, the largest manufacturer of bicycles in the world. BAT Patrons will learn why @chrsrnlds is looking to buy a sewing machine.
Cycling Weekly interviewed Tinkoff-Saxo’s team chef Hannah Grant back at the Tour de France in July to find out what the professionals eat during racing season. Grant is from Denmark where she graduated from the culinary institute in 2007, until she traveled for a year feeding kiteboarders in the South Pacific and French Polynesia. She then moved on to work for Michelin star restaurant, Noma.
The Five Minute Lounge, on the Specialized Bicycles website, features an interview with renowned chef Gordon Ramsay as he prepares his “Specialized Tuna Nicoise”. This is five minutes worth watching.