17 oz Insulated Bivo Trio Mini

21 oz Insulated Bivo Trio

21 oz Non-Insulated Bivo One

25 oz Non-Insulated Bivo Duo

Bivo Collaborations

Why are we doing this?

The cycling and sport industries are dominated by plastic bottles that are often looked at as disposable. Not only do plastic bottles attract mold and leach chemicals, they are not easily recyclable and are harmful to the planet.


The pledge commitments:

Our partners and customers that sign the pledge agree to never purchase or sell another plastic sport bottle. By committing to this pledge, they stand together for people and the planet.


Our commitment

Our pledge partners

The brands and retailers that we have joined forces with to stop the sales of plastic cycling bottles.

How are Bivo bottles better anyway?

A great question and one we have dedicated a lot of time, energy and research to ensure we can deliver a bottle that is truly a better solution for people and the planet.

In a nutshell, our bottle was built to last longer, taste better, be safer, and to create impact. Check out our deep dive into the details below!


Cycling photographer Gretchen Powers shares her experience photographing the riders for the Unbound gravel race in Emporia, KS.
We designed our bottles to be easily cleanable. So here's a guide on how to quickly remove, clean and reinstall the o-ring on your insulated Bivo bottle.

Last summer, huge swaths of the United States were covered by smoke billowing down from Canadian wildfires. Images of New York City in an orange haze were apocalyptic, and air quality alerts were rampant, urging the young, old, and those with respiratory problems to stay inside. But did those air quality alerts apply to us — healthy cyclists with big lung capacities? We are like letter carriers, with neither rain, sleet, hail nor snow keeping us from training. But should we heed air quality alerts?