When you have time, and you also have a bike, can you resist that urge to go on a long ride far away from the hustle and bustle of the city? If not, there is one major problem that may come in your wonderful journey, and that big problem is the grumbling in your stomach within a few hours of the ride. As a travel lover and biker, you would have already known how important food is when you go on any journey, especially if you go up to the hills and in the middle of nowhere, where you get no food. 
So, here is a list of top 5 backpack food for bikers:

Crunchies and crispies
Crunchy and crispy items like chips and biscuits are generally considered unhealthy,but when you’re on a bike, you’d definitely want something crunchy, tasty, and light. So, don’t hesitate to fill a large portion of your backpack with crunchy and crispy delicacies. You can also add on some candies and gums if you are in the habit of constantly munching something.

Canned food
Canned food, such as tuna, beans, and vegetables, are traveller's favourite when they are travelling in a car and have a lot of space to store food. But, carrying canned food when riding can be kind of tricky, especially due to their weight and the space they occupy. Nonetheless, you can always throw in a few cans of your favorites to enjoy during your ride.

Protein bars
Protein bars are probably the healthiest thing you could carry on a ride, as they are light weight but packed with proteins. They can be your best source of energy without loading up your backpack.

Dry fruits and dry meat
Protein bars may be yummy, but you can’t survive on them entirely. Soon you will get weary of the same taste and will want something else. So, load up with lots of dry fruit, dry meat, and other healthy dry food like lentils and berries, so that you can enjoy a variety of tastes and yet keep full. Especially if you are travelling to a place where food is not easily available, they will keep you alive.


Liquids are one thing you should never forget when you are about to start your journey. Water makes up about 70% of our body, so it is essential to always remain hydrated. Therefore, make water your number one priority when stuffing your backpack with all the edibles. Along with water, you can also carry energy drinks.