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Quench'd: Passion for Sea Turtles and Bikes

June 8th, 2024 | by Ben Hicks

Today's Quench'd story looks a little different. We've been working closely with Florida photographer and environmental advocate Ben Hicks to collaborate on a project that means a lot to both Ben and all of us at Bivo. Ben has been working hard in his local community to educate consumers about the detrimental effects of plastics on turtles, and we wanted to help him spread the word.

The result of the collab: our new Sea Turtle bottle, where we're donating 100% of the profits from this bottle to the Sea Turtle Conservancy, based in Florida.

In Quench'd #13, Ben shares his story of how he became passionate about ocean and sea turtle health and how that drives him to work with brands to do good in the world. Thanks for all you're doing, Ben!

Today's Quench'd story looks a little different. We've been working closely with Florida photographer and environmental advocate Ben Hicks to collaborate on a project that means a lot to both Ben and all of us at Bivo. Ben has been working hard in his local community to educate consumers about the detrimental effects of plastics on turtles, and we wanted to help him spread the word.

The result of the collab: our new Sea Turtle bottle, where we're donating 100% of the profits from this bottle to the Sea Turtle Conservancy, based in Florida.

In Quench'd #13, Ben shares his story of how he became passionate about ocean and sea turtle health and how that drives him to work with brands to do good in the world. Thanks for all you're doing, Ben!

My passion for the outdoors and fascination with nature evolved into my career! When I was 7 years old, I started riding my road bike while my dad ran beside me, since I could never keep up with him on his road bike. Now, my son and I ride together, sometimes with my dad (who, at 73, still rides more miles than me!). Family has always been important to me.

My passion for the outdoors and fascination with nature evolved into my career! When I was 7 years old, I started riding my road bike while my dad ran beside me, since I could never keep up with him on his road bike. Now, my son and I ride together, sometimes with my dad (who, at 73, still rides more miles than me!). Family has always been important to me.

I grew up loving the ocean, the woods, and everything in between. We lived one block from the beach in Venice, Florida, so life was often in the ocean! We would ride bikes everywhere and that got me hooked. I started racing BMX bikes at 13 years old, then MTB, triathlons, and the rest was history! 

As an underwater nature photographer, my passion for protecting our world’s oceans and those who call it home- like sea turtles- has become an important part of my life. My family and I love the outdoors, cycling and protecting sea turtles, which I have taken over 15 years to specialize in. 

I grew up loving the ocean, the woods, and everything in between. We lived one block from the beach in Venice, Florida, so life was often in the ocean! We would ride bikes everywhere and that got me hooked. I started racing BMX bikes at 13 years old, then MTB, triathlons, and the rest was history! 

As an underwater nature photographer, my passion for protecting our world’s oceans and those who call it home- like sea turtles- has become an important part of my life. My family and I love the outdoors, cycling and protecting sea turtles, which I have taken over 15 years to specialize in. 

Plastic is a huge problem in the world and reducing our usage is critical. Over 99% of sea turtles found in the wild have plastic in them. The graphic on the side of the Sea Turtle Bivo bottle is made up of the most common plastic found in our oceans, outlining one of my popular baby Loggerhead Sea Turtle images! 

Plastic is a huge problem in the world and reducing our usage is critical. Over 99% of sea turtles found in the wild have plastic in them. The graphic on the side of the Sea Turtle Bivo bottle is made up of the most common plastic found in our oceans, outlining one of my popular baby Loggerhead Sea Turtle images! 

100% of the profits from each Sea Turtle bottle sale will be going to the Sea Turtle Conservancy, an organization that I have partnered with on many projects in North and Central America!

They are based in Florida, where I live, supporting all the non-profit smaller sea turtle organizations I often work with. This partnership means a lot to me, as I continue to push the limits on my bike and action sports, I strive to see where I can bring together my passions to make a difference! 

Let’s all #BeOceanMinded and think about our next decision that could help protect our planet.

Check out the Sea Turtle Bottles right here!

100% of the profits from each Sea Turtle bottle sale will be going to the Sea Turtle Conservancy, an organization that I have partnered with on many projects in North and Central America!

They are based in Florida, where I live, supporting all the non-profit smaller sea turtle organizations I often work with. This partnership means a lot to me, as I continue to push the limits on my bike and action sports, I strive to see where I can bring together my passions to make a difference! 

Let’s all #BeOceanMinded and think about our next decision that could help protect our planet.

Check out the Sea Turtle Bottles right here!

Credit for all images: Ben Hicks

Credit for all images: Ben Hicks

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