GO Energy Bake adopts a scientific approach to energy bars, delivering 30 grams of carbohydrates in a soft-filled bake. Each bake has a fruit centre providing 10g of fructose.
To support performance and meet the demands of exercise, fuelling requirements for long endurance events would be advised as 60-90g of carbohydrates per hour. The Science in Sport GO Energy Bake can be used to meet these demands, alongside other products in the Science in Sport GO Range. The unique, soft-baked texture provides an easy-to-eat option, with all the performance benefits of carbohydrate fuelling.
your carbohydrate stores during exercise is one of the major causes of fatigue.
Delivering additional carbohydrates during exercise is known to improve
performance, and race times and delay the onset of fatigue. Research has shown that
carbohydrates from gels, drinks, and bars can all be utilized at similar rates,
and as such, SIS GO Energy Bake provides an alternative, easily digestible
format of carbohydrates to consume during exercise.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
- Consume 1-2 bars per hour during prolonged exercise
- Take with other SIS products to meet hourly carbohydrate requirements during exercise (60 - 90g)
Designed to fit easily in jersey pockets, cycle bags, and waist packs, simply tear open the packaging and consume
Per Serving 100g
1590kJ / 380kcal
795kJ / 190kcal
of which sugars
of which saturates
*Reference Intake of an average adult (8,400kJ/2,000kcal).
Wheat Flour (Wheat Flour, Calcium Carbonate, Iron, Niacin, Thiamin), Fructose, Lemon Flavour Filling (15%) (Apple Juice Concentrate, Fructose, Gum Acacia, Vegetable Glycerine, Milk Powder, Olive Oil, Coconut Oil, Oat Flour, Flavouring, Natural Colouring (Curcumin)), Vegetable Glycerine, Olive Oil, Whole Egg, Gum Acacia, Milk Protein, Raising Agent (Sodium Bicarbonate), Flavouring, Green Tea Extract.
For allergens, including cereals containing gluten, see ingredients in bold. May also contain Soy, Nuts, and Peanuts.
When should I eat these versus any of the SIS gels?
Containing fast absorbing 25g carbohydrate (per 50g bar), these can be used with or between meals to increase carbohydrate intake as well as a pre-exercise snack. During a race, a commonly used strategy is to take on solid foods like SIS GO Energy bars during lesser intense parts because bars require more blood flow to absorb them compared to other energy products.
How often should I eat one whilst exercising?
If you're exercising for over 90 mins you should take on additional carbohydrates. Aim for 1/2 bar per hour, or consume with other products to hit 60g of carbohydrate per hour during exercise E.G 1 x SIS GO Energy Bar and 1 x 500ml GO Electrolyte.
Will they fit in my cycle jersey pocket?
Yes! SIS GO Energy bars are lightweight and compact, designed to fit in jersey pockets, cycle bags, and waist packs.
Are these bars gluten-free?
SIS GO energy bars are not suitable for vegan, coeliac, and gluten-free diets due to their oat content.
What is the sugar content in these bars?
A 50g SIS GO energy bar contains 10g of naturally occurring sugars from fruit, with no added sugar.
- Stock: In Stock
- Model: GO-BAKE-50-ST