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Pedal power! Drinking coffee can help cyclists achieve peak performance

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With the rise in the popularity in cycling across Europe, a new summary of the latest published research by the Institute for Scientific Information on Coffee highlights the impact that consuming caffeine, through just a few cups of coffee, can have on cycling performance.

By 2030, Europeans are expected to buy an extra 10 million bicycles per year, a 47% increase from the annual figure in 2019, as more people cycle for fitness, pleasure and increasingly for commuting, with changes in behavior due to Covid[1]. In light of this and with cycling prominent at major events this summer, this summary shows how for both professional and enthusiast cyclists, coffee may be a valuable addition to…

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