For most people the body can store about 100 G of glycogen in your liver and about 400 to 500 G of glycogen in your muscles.
One gram of glycogen is roughly 4 calories. So your body has the ability to store about 2,000 calories of energy in your liver and in your muscles.
Now if you’ve been eating a healthy balanced diet on the days coming up to this workout, ride, or competition your glycogen stores should be fairly full.
But you do want to top off your glycogen stores to make sure your body has the most amount of energy possible for your