Bike Loot is a monthly subscription service that helps cyclists “ride longer and live healthier”. Each month you’ll receive 5 to 6 pro-level cycling products that span the areas of nutrition, maintenance, and personal care. Boxes start as low as $10/month (plus shipping).
As with last month’s box, I was thrilled to see that everything in March’s box is vegan-friendly (well, except for one product which contains honey). Bike Loot certainly doesn’t claim to be a vegan box, but it’s always a nice bonus (for me anyway) when the products are. Woo!
Alright, let’s see what they sent this time!
Despite the fact that I never manage to get a good pic of it, I really dig their info card. It includes product photos, descriptions, and “Loot Tips”. Gnarly, dude.
Honey Stinger Chocolate Waffle – This is the only non-vegan item in the box, but since I’m not too strict about honey, I’ll probably give it a try. It’s a chocolate flavored waffle snack made with organic ingredients that’s designed to be eaten on the go for an easy, convenient energy boost.
Barnana Chewy Banana Bites – I’ve had these before and they’re really good! They’re all natural, dehydrated bananas dusted with banana powder. 100% organic, vegan, gluten free and raw. I also noticed on Amazon that they have chocolate ones too! Yum!
Coco Hydro Coconut Water Electrolyte Drink in Lemon-Lime – This little packet is the equivalent of the water from two whole coconuts! You just mix it with 12 ounces of water and BAM! — Coconut water!
CLIF SHOT Energy Gel in Chocolate – I love Clif bars, but I’ve never tried these gels. Honestly, I’m kinda scared. I mean, I really can’t say I’ve ever wanted to eat anything referred to as a “gel”. It might as well say “ointment”. 😉
Foggies Anti-Fog Eyewear Cleaner – The info card AND the photo on it both say “Foggles” with an L, but the packet I received says “Foggies” with an i. I looked on Amazon and the company’s name is FOGGLES, but the photo is Foggies. So… yeah. Foggies/Foggles are reusable towelettes that help eliminate the fog on swim goggles, sunglasses, etc. I had no idea that such a product existed. Yay, sub boxes!
So that’s the March Bike Loot box!
Once again, I’m happy to see that most of the products can be enjoyed by cyclists and non-cyclists alike. Also, if you really dig what they send you, all of the products in each month’s box can be purchased at a discount right in the Bike Loot shop! Cool!
Disclosure: I received this box for review purposes. I was not compensated in any way. All opinions are my own. Post may contain affiliate links.