Say hello to summer with a new Bivo water bottle

Less harmful plastic and more water with Bivo.


Biking, hiking, walking and riding in the car. You need to have a water bottle ith you, so why not bring one that's the safest to use.


Last year, Bivo, launch their revolutionary water bottle, the Bivo One. This stainless steel bottle was designed with input from an ex-NASA engineer to have a flow rate fit for any athlete. Built with care anf stainless steel, you won't find any of the chemicals found in a typical plastic bike bottle. It's mold-resistant, and leaves your water tasting pure. The silicone coating helps with your grip, even when your hands are dripping wet, making it easy to hold, use and clean.


The Bivo One is now available in six colors: Nectarine, Lemon, Teal, Black, Lavender and Fire


Bivo was founded out of a desire to drink from less plastic.


“When we came up with the idea of a metal cycling bottle, we did a deep dive into the bottle industry thinking there had to be a solution."


Note: The bottle’s “b” shaped nozzle and valve system allow for its superior flow rate while drinking which equals hydration.


For cyclists: It is important for your bottle to stay in the cage over bumps, potholes, and rough roads. Yet, it is also important to be able to get your bottle out with ease. Studying most major bottle cages Bivo designed the bottle's shape so it fits comfortably and stays put.


A constant and consistent flow: Bivo capitalizes on that air-fluid exchange by using a large-diameter main nozzle along with a secondary port, situated just off to the side. It's attached to a similarly large-diameter straw that extends all the way to the bottom of the bottle. As a result, air is pulled back into the bottle through that secondary port just as quickly as it pours out of the main one, and since the exchange doesn’t rely on you squeezing on the thing, the impressively smooth and generous flow continues unimpeded until the thing is empty.


A high tech water bottle at a great price. Get yourself a Bivo.