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Bivo Co-Founder Carinal Hamel Disrupting the Water Bottle Industry in Bicycling Magazine
Bivo Co-Founder Carinal Hamel Disrupting the Water Bottle Industry in Bicycling Magazine

"The woman disrupting the cycling water bottle industry" - Bicycling.com

Bivo Co-Founder Carina Hamel Interviewed on the Feisty Podcast
Bivo Co-Founder Carina Hamel Interviewed on the Feisty Podcast

" Performance, parenthood, and entrepreneurship" - Feisty Women's Podcast

"Spotlight: The Bivo Trio insulated water bottle really brings the heat" - Velo

James Huang Loves Our Bivo Trio over the others
James Huang Loves Our Bivo Trio over the others

"Bivo vs Camelbak: Who makes the best insulated water bottle" - Escape Collective

This past weekend, the Bivo crew headed out to the Minneapolis World Cup. We have attended World Cups in the past, but this was unlike anything we have witnessed. It had been over two decades since the United States hosted a Cross Country Ski World Cup, and the fans were buzzing with excitement. Our travels from Burlington, VT on Friday morning felt like a reunion as I felt like I knew half the airport. Our flight was delayed out of Burlington into Chicago and we were worried we’d miss our connection until our flight attendant announced with disbelief, “For those of you heading to Minneapolis, you will not miss your connection. I’m not sure what y’all are doing there, but over half of this plane is on the flight to Minneapolis, so they are going to wait for you.” Over half of that flight was joining the other 20,000+ fans from across the world to watch the races.
I'm not much into my own racing these days. With two young kids (one of whom doesn't like sleep and has a knack for getting sick every other week) and a growing business, maintaining any consistency in exercise is a bit of a shot in the dark. So when the team asked me to participate in the weekly Wednesday Night World's at Sleepy Hollow, our local nordic area, I was a bit apprehensive. 
We wouldn’t exactly call ourselves the most romantic people. And certainly not ones to go out of our way to celebrate Valentine’s Day. But our daughter has my last name (Hamel) and her middle name is Robby’s mom’s maiden name, Hart. So, there is a little more love for hearts in our household than I could have anticipated. Now I find myself wanting to buy flowers for her for Valentine's Day, who would have thought?!

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