EatMyRide: Cycling & Nutrition 4+

Food Planning For Cycling


Designed for iPhone

    • 3.7 • 15 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Nail your nutrition during all your cycling, running and triathlon workouts. Create fully personalized nutrition plans; track and evaluate your carbohydrate burn and intake.

Do you ever wonder how much nutrition to take during your workouts? EatMyRide
is the #1 nutrition app for endurance athletes. From planning nutrition to evaluating your intake and from carbohydrates for performance to proteins for swift recovery: it’s all in there.


Get a personalized nutrition and drink plan for all your workouts. You can sync your TrainingPeaks workouts or routes from Strava, Komoot or RideWithGPS. EatMyRide calculates how much you need and creates a planning with the products of your choice. When you have planned your workout EatMyRide also gives you advice what to eat before and after the exercise.


The nutrition plan can be synced to your Garmin device to get realtime notifications during the workout. If you want to know your carb burn and intake in realtime you can use the carbohydrate Burn / Intake Balancer on your Garmin.


After your exercise the activity is automatically synced from Strava, Wahoo or Garmin to EatMyRide. Get detailed insight into your carbohydrate burn and nutrition intake and learn how you could improve. Enhance your recovery using the personalized recovery meal advice.


Training the gut is important for fanatic athletes. This means that you learn the body to get used to high carbohydrate intake. This in its turn helps to improve your performance. With EatMyRide you can track your progress and know exactly whether you are on track to perform optimally during your race or event.


Sufficient energy and proper hydration form the basis of optimal performance during exercise. Test your sweat loss and know how much fluids you need to replenish during all workouts.


All the connections with the well-known cycling and running apps and devices are there, so using EatMyRide is simple and convenient.

- TrainingPeaks for planned workouts.
- Garmin, Wahoo and Strava to sync all your cycling, running, swimming and triathlon activities.

- Komoot, Strava and RideWithGPS to sync all your cycling routes and get fully tailored nutrition plans.

- Datafield or widget for your Garmin device to get realtime notifications and to get insight into your burn and intake.

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What’s New

Version 2.8.1

- Various UX improvements

Ratings and Reviews

3.7 out of 5
15 Ratings

15 Ratings

Lunchbox1121 ,

Worth a shot

Saw a YouTube video about the app and decided to try it. It’s easy enough to operate and the user interface with the widgets on Garmin is easy to set up and use. The only complaints I have is that I wish there was a way to link TrainerRoad to the app to pull over scheduled workouts AND I wish there was an easier way to add food. The selection of food to plan your meals is VERY limited and difficult to add your own. Maybe make it similar to my fitness pal and allow the camera to take pictures of barcodes or something. Other than that it’s been helpful so far with planning my ride nutrition vs taping my meal plan to my stem on long races

scottc9 ,

Accurate glycogen fueling recommendations

Under fueling rides or wrong food choices pre, during or post rides are common mistakes I see with many athletes I coach. Even the national and state champions. Under fueling (especially carbs) is a main contributor when i see athletes not making the anticipated gains from their hard work in training. The carb/fat burn rates in this app are spot on with metabolic lab tests I have for athletes. I love that the planned workouts in TraningPeaks seamlessly migrate into the EatMyRide app for athletes to then know how much of what to eat to fuel their training. I just need to use the workout builder feature in TP and EatMyRide does the rest. Athletes can also use Strava routes, enter a few ballpark estimates and accurate fueling recommendations pop up. Most common nutrition logging apps are sound for team sports or weightlifting where energy burn is much lower than for the volume cyclists need to train. These apps fall short for endurance athletes - especially cyclists - as far as energy needs in my experience. I am excited to be able to add this tool to better help athletes as we start to think about our 2023 goals of more championships.

Magnussheff ,

EatMyRide March 3 ‘23

The EatMyRide tool has elevated the quality of my training to another level. It has left me with the feeling of “ I wish I had found this sooner”. It is very simple to setup using the Garmin IQ app and your garmin device. It displays real time insight to how you are fueling your training and races that can be customized to match your needs. It has allowed me to execute fueling strategies to the gram and better understand nutrition periodization as a whole. The app is easy to use and analyze your fueling afterwards. The app has some really interesting features such as the personal metabolism, glycogen, and race ready metrics that will evolve when given enough personal data that will become even more beneficial.

App Privacy

The developer, EatMyRide, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Used to Track You

The following data may be used to track you across apps and websites owned by other companies:

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The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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