Sunday, November 9, 2008

Good News on the Kosher Cycling Front

Now that the season is winding down, I have a chance to start relaxing a little and give some thought to next year (can't relax too much though - I still have two 'cross races to do). One objective is helping grow the presence of kosher athletes in the energy supplement market. While there are plenty of supplements on the market, very few are kosher. Luckily, a few such as Hammer Nutrition, Clif, and now CeraSport offer products with kosher certifications such as the OU (Orthodox Union), Kof-K, and the CRC (Chicago Rabbinical Council).

I have a few forthcoming postings which will focus on kosher energy products. OK, I know posts about energy products are not as exciting as subjects like blingtastic carbon super-bikes or Euro-cool cycling action, but in the end, nothing is sweeter than a good ride experience, and supplements help add to the experience. And for the kosher cyclist, this will help you know what's out there and how they can help you in pursuit of everything such as crushing the competition at the local 'cross races, besting your personal century time, or simply surviving that little bit more on the next Sunday morning ride.

And yes, there will be pictures, because cycling blog postings without pictures suck.

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