Bivo Trio: The First Insulated Bottle Designed for Cyclists | Superior Flow, Lightweight Insulation

Insulated, High-Flow, Durable, Eco-Friendly, Cyclist-Focused

Like a good road trip companion, the Bivo Trio doesn't ask for much. It's there when you need it, its demeanor unchanging, a constant amid the ebb and flow of a long ride. At first glance, you might call it just a bottle, but it's more than that – it's a trusty sidekick, a veritable cycling essential.

Its body, a masterpiece of minimalist design, combines the rough-and-ready ruggedness of old-school leather boots with the futuristic functionality of space-age technology. The sleek, silicone anti-slip exterior, reminiscent of colored art pieces, provides a comfortable grip, meaning even as you pedal down rough, gravel-strewn roads, it remains steadfast in your grasp.

The Bivo Trio's patent pending high-flow sport nozzle feels like a scientific achievement, an innovation that ensures a smooth, unhindered flow of refreshment when you need it most. This thing has been designed with an ex-NASA engineer's input, for heaven's sake, and you feel it – there's no fiddling, no squeezing, just pure, unadulterated hydration.

And the taste? It's like a mountain spring, free from the taint of plastic or mold. The high-quality stainless steel and food-grade silicone work in harmony to preserve the purity of your water.

But it's not just about the experience, it's about the journey. The Bivo Trio is an adventurer at heart, a silent observer of your many rides. Each scratch and dent it gathers along the way – they're not flaws. They're memories, badges of honor, testaments to the paths you've traversed.

It fits comfortably in a universal bike cage, its lightweight insulation offering 12+ hours of chilled water, all while being 25% lighter than most insulated bottles. That's more than half a day of icy-cold refreshment – an oasis in the form of a 21 oz container on those arduous summer rides.

This bottle, though, is more than just a stellar piece of equipment. It's a statement – a commitment to caring for the environment. Each Bivo Trio is 100% recyclable, BPA/BPS/BPF and phthalates free. Its makers have walked the extra mile, offsetting its carbon footprint to become completely neutral. It's a step towards a healthier planet, drop by drop.

At the end of the day, the Bivo Trio is more than a bottle. It's a reflection of you – rugged, reliable, and respectful of the world around you. After all, it's not just about the destination, it's about how we get there – and this bottle seems to understand that.

Whether you're a casual cyclist or a mountain-biking enthusiast, the Bivo Trio comes with my highest recommendation. It’s not just a hydration solution, it’s an ode to the essence of adventure.


  1. High Flow Rate: The patent pending high-flow sport nozzle allows for a smooth, unhindered flow of water without the need to squeeze.
  2. Clean Taste: Made of high-quality stainless steel and food-grade silicone, the Bivo Trio ensures your water tastes like water, free from the taint of plastic or mold.
  3. Insulation: The Bivo Trio offers lightweight insulation, capable of keeping your drink chilled for over 12 hours, a significant advantage during long rides.
  4. Environmentally Friendly: Made from 100% recyclable stainless steel and LFGB compliant food-grade silicone, the Bivo Trio is BPA/BPS/BPF and phthalates free, and its carbon footprint is fully offset.
  5. Durability: The silicone anti-slip exterior not only enhances grip but also adds to the overall durability of the product. Each scratch or dent it gathers over time tells a story of your adventures.
  6. Universal Bike Cage Fit: Designed to fit comfortably and securely in most major bottle cages, the Bivo Trio is easy to handle during your cycling journey.
  7. Silent Operation: The bottle's exterior design significantly reduces rattling noise, contributing to a more peaceful ride.


  1. Not Suitable for Hot Liquids: The sport nozzle lid is not designed or intended for use with hot beverages. Using it for such purposes could lead to serious injuries.
  2. Potential for Cosmetic Damage: While the bottle's scratches and dents can be seen as symbols of adventure, some users may perceive them as cosmetic flaws.
  3. Premium Price: At $49, the Bivo Trio is pricier than many water bottles on the market, which could deter potential buyers seeking more budget-friendly options.
  4. Weight: Despite being lighter than traditional insulated metal bottles, some cyclists may still find the 276g weight of the bottle a bit heavy for longer rides.


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