This is a topic that I need some good advice on. I have Type 1 Diabetes and have been taking insulin for 20 years now. I have been cycling for almost 2 years and haven't had too many issues with my blood sugars. Until now. I am training to ride a century for a charity ride for no less than to find a cure for Diabetes. I have reached the point where I am really racking up the miles and am having trouble keeping my blood sugars stable. Even when I am not riding, they keep dropping out on me. My doctor is of no help, I have no insurance and the stupid clinic people really don't know what they are talking about. I have tried to slowly reduce my basal insulin as I increase my miles. This helps a little, but still have the surprise drop in blood sugar a couple of times a week. Is there anybody out there who has experienced this and has come up with a good diet plan/medication percentage reduction that has helped? I know each individual is different, but I am just looking for a base model to work with. Also, if there are any books on the subject. I have searched, but have found zero.