March 2014 Bike Loot Review

Bike Loot
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March 2014 Bike Loot

March 2014 Bike Loot

Bike Loot, who kindly sent me this box to review, is a new monthly subscription service that offers you a box containing 5 to 7 top-quality, pro-level cycling product samples delivered straight to your door.

March 2014 Bike Loot

The Box

Bike Loot ships via USPS First Class Mail and typically arrives mid-month.  I have never heard of any complaints, issues, or shipping delays of any sort with Bike Loot, so I’d think that was a pretty good thing!

March 2014 Bike Loot

First Look

Bike Loot doesn’t just send items for those who love to cycle.  They send items geared towards cycling, but most of the items could be used by anyone who just likes to work out!

The Information Card

The Information Card

I LOVE Bike Loot’s new information card.  I believe this is the second or third month they have had it and it’s awesome.  The font is nice and big and there are pictures.  The old one was small and hard to read.  This is fabulous.  Now that I am done gushing, here is what was in the March 2014 Bike Loot box:

~Barnana Chewy Banana Bites: I figured these were fairly “clean” and was so curious about them so I went for it.  I was shocked that they were brown.  But clearly they realize lots of people have this issue because the front of the package says “Browning is Natural” which I must have missed the first time!  They are good though and really taste like a chewy (but not gummy or brown) banana!

March 2014 Bike Loot

Barnana Chewy Banana Bites

~Foggies Anti-Fog Eyewear Cleaner: I don’t know who invented this piece of genius, but I’d like to thank them.  You take the towelette and rub it on your sunglasses or goggles or whatever and they won’t fog up.  Seriously. Awesome.

March 2014 Bike Loot

Foggies Anti-Fog Eyewear Cleaner

~Honey Stinger Honey Waffle: I have had these before and they are awesome.  Bike Loot suggests it for those who like “real food” on their rides.  Or you could have it with your coffee in the morning.  Either way ;).

March 2014 Bike Loot

Honey Stinger Honey Waffle

~Clifbar Shot Energy Gel: B hasn’t been running much lately, but when the weather starts to turn I expect that to change and this will certainly come in handy.

March 2014 Bike Loot

Clifbar Shot Energy Gel

~Coco Hydro Coconut Sports Drink: I am not a fan of coconut water, so this will get passed on to someone who is.  It’s supposed to be way better for you than lots of other energy drinks, but I just can’t take it!

March 2014 Bike Loot

Coco Hydro Coconut Sports Drink

What do you think of Bike Loot?  Interested in signing up?  Want to learn more?  Click here!  Oh and don’t forget to use the coupon code “FBLOOT″ to save $5 off a subscription.   You can opt from the monthly recurring subscription for $14.99/month or go for the 3-month subscription, which works out to be $13.99/month!

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Disclosure: This complimentary box was received for review purposes. All opinions are my own and no compensation was received.
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4 Responses to March 2014 Bike Loot Review

  1. Stacie says:

    Love those bananas! I got them in a box once too. Agree on the honey stinger and coconut water too, (Yum and not so yum).
    So believe it or not, my company actually makes towelettes like that too! They’re really popular in the safety industry. Nifty little things!

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    Jennifer Reply:

    They do?? That is genius!

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  2. Chris says:

    Thanks for the review. Looks fun! Coupon code does not work for me though :(

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    Jennifer Reply:

    Boo ;(. I will look for a new one. Thanks for the heads up!

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