What are the differences between the free and paid version of EatMyRide?

You can create nutrition plans for your rides both with the free version of EatMyRide and the Premium version. However, EatMyRide Premium gives you nutrition plans that are more personalized and customizable: Personalized nutrition plans You can connect your fitness tracker and fill in your heart rate zones and VO2Max, so that our algorithms can

Which fitness trackers and route planners can I connect to EatMyRide?

You can connect two types of services to the EatMyRide app: trackers with your previous bike rides saved and route planners. The former can be usedto get personalized nutrition plans. EatMyRide imports your rides from the tracker after you have connected and then analyses them, to see how much energy you typically use during your

What is the difference between rides and routes?

EatMyRide distinguishes between trackers for rides and trackers for routes.Rides are your previous bike rides that you have recorded with Garmin or that you have uploaded to Strava. By analysing these EatMyRide can predict for your future rides how much you should eat and at which moments. Routes are created using a route planner, and

How many rides do I need to have recorded with my fitness tracker in order to get personalized nutrition plans?

To get a good indication of your energy usage during your rides EatMyRideneeds at least ten rides of more than 50 km with heart rate recorded. Furthermore: the more rides and the more diverse rides (e.g. both flat rides and mountain rides), the better we can estimate how much energy you will use during your

How should I fill in my heart rate zones?

Based on the Karvonen method your heart rates can be divided into 5 – 7 zones. Zone 1 is your recovery zone (up to the heart rate of fast walking), zones 2 – 4 refer to your easy, moderate and intense duration zones. The high-end of the intense duration zone is named ‘threshold’. This is