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Enervit Enervitene Cheerpack - 18 Count


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On exceedingly hot days, are energy gels just too thick and sticky to be palatable? Enervit produces their Enervitene in this Cheerpack, with a slightly less viscous mix. Compared to their Sport Gel, the Cheerpack's thin syrup consistency is easier to consume quickly without riding for miles with a sugary film inside your mouth.

Enervitene is Enervit's go-to energy source for mid-ride usage. You should consume one Cheerpack for every 60 minutes of a workout. It provides you with 120 calories. The carbohydrate blend consists of 12g of maltodextrin to give you a fairly quick shot of energy, with 15g of fructose to maintain long-lasting energy. You'll also get Vitamins B1, B2, and B3 for carbohydrate assimilation. Enervit Enervitene Cheerpacks are available in Lemon, Original, and Orange. Comes in a box of eighteen 60ml packets.

  • Thin syrup consistency
  • 120 calories per pack
  • 12g maltodextrin per pack
  • 15g fructose per pack
  • Vitamins B1, B2, B3

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re-fueling during your ride

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Mixed feelings

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Why mixed feelings? Well, it is one of the most expensive energy "hits" per calorie out there. It is really sweet - almost kind of nasty. yet I still use it. Sometime towards the end of a long race I'm pretty much sick of eating anything. But despite the sweetness, this goes down quick, and if you follow with a hit of water it is done in an instant with no lingering feeling of Uck! Most important, I get a real kick from it. I save this for the end and I'd say it has really helped me. I always like to have a few on me. But god, they are expensive so I am kind of stingy with them.