Endurade sports nutrition have partnered with the Prudential PE Plett premier mountain bike stage race as the official hydration partner for the 9th edition of the event.
Water makes up 70% of the planet . It is literally the lifeblood of our world. It flows through your city, the copper and steel pipes like veins and arteries that cross your body, supplying us with our most vital resource, without it there is no life.
In this water world, everybody’s got their source from springs and glaciers to straight outta yo city faucet; but you’re an Athlete and you need something that hydrates better than water!
For ENDURADE SPORT, their sports focused team has pulled zero punches, sourcing triple filtered and UV treated water, retaining all the naturally occurring minerals, loading it with electrolytes and sweetening it sugar free with refreshing flavours.
So grab your 630ML of BIG REFRESHMENT (which fits into your bottle cage) at the start of the 2021 Prudential PE PLETT and get in the game.
At the 2020 Prudential PE PLETT, you can expect to find our waterholes fully stocked up with this innovative nutritional brand. Their 3:1 CARBOHYDRATE TO PROTEIN PERFORMANCE AMINO ACID & ELECTROLYTE BLEND HYDRATION mix is what you will need to #KeepTheCadence as you take on this unique journey.
The Endurade range of raw bars will be available in abundance. With honey coated banana pieces. High energy, no preseratives. The perfect on-the-go energy snack to help you #KeepTheCadence.
The entry price to the Prudential PE PLETT includes three nights’ accommodation in tents with mattresses, all food and beverages, a great race pack valued at R3000.00 per person, and transport of gear from village to village. Ahead of the race, participants can also benefit from a bespoke, 12-week professional training programme developed by expert cycling coach Dr Mike Posthumus from the Sports Science Institute of South Africa.
The 2019 and 2020 events were sold out, avoid missing out in 2021! Only a few entries are left for this unique journey on your MTB up the Eastern Coast of South Africa.