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Re: [RC] electrolytes/dehydration - Chris Paus

I do a lot of LD rides and do give elytes for them.
Here in the steamy, humid midwest, it's important

chris

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Thanks for all your input.  I wasn't planning on
e-lyte replacement for 25 milers.  I was trying to
prepare for longer rides.  From what everyone is
saying I think unless there is a problem, I should
leave it alone and concentrate on conditioning. 
What about foam, I have heard that is the
electrolytes coming out??  Joe, I would love to do a
100 or a multi-dayer but I am not so lucky to have
that kind of time or money yet.  Soon I hope,
soon...
Tami


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