Sugar bottles by Tacx


Who doesn’t drink water when they ride? We are happy to show off our new Sugar Wheelworks bottles made by Tacx. The new design was created by designer Mary Lytle and inspired by our love of all things sweet! The new bottles are also made from O2 reducing sugar cane so we just had to give them a shot. Sugar’s motto is “never salty” so the white bottles and fun graphics made sense. 

As a small business focused on building bikes to make people and the planet healthier, it is important to find ways to reduce our footprint in any way. We want our bikes to last lifetimes while we strive to reduce waste and CO2 we put into our atmosphere. This is why we've opted for the environmentally-friendly Tacx Shiva O2 bottle which is made from emission reducing sugarcane.

The 500ml bottles features an easy to squeeze bottle, "eco-friendly" plastic, and an ergonomic, easy grip cap with lockable pull-out spout. The Tacx design has been proven by thousands of professional riders and teams! 

How does the CO2 reduction work? During the growth process of sugarcane the crop takes harmful CO2 emissions out of the air. From the stalk we retrieve among other biproducts ethanol, a renewable raw material that is the basis for “green plastics”.  The bottle and cap are made in The Netherlands using 100% recyclable BPA and PET(E) Free renewable sugarcane so you can feel better knowing after your bottle is done, it won't sit in a landfill for a lifetime. Drink well.



These Sugar wheels rolled through Northern Oman

Amy and James Thomas have been on a whirlwind of adventures with their Sugar wheels.

Kimberlee Stafford

“I love my Sugar wheels. The day I got them, I got a PR on Rocky Butte, and have been consistently faster ever since. What a difference an awesome set of wheels makes!”

Sorella Forte

Team Sorella Forte is on a mission to encourage women to lead healthy, productive lives through recreational and competitive cycling

Amy Thomas

“I love to explore the less-travelled routes. I have my little gravel obsessions. I will spend an entire season devoted to exploring one area: Gifford Pinchot, Central Oregon, or my latest fascination: the Fifteenmile Creek area around Dufur.”

Sepie Moinipanah

“The thing I love about cycling is the ability to experience your surroundings from a different perspective. You can cover more ground than on foot and slow enough to appreciate the nature around you.”

Jodi Gee

“Cycling has brought me through some pretty hard times including 3 major surgeries, and a continuing battle with thyroid cancer. My recovery is going so well that I’ll be able to run again soon. But the bike will always be my favorite, now!”

Shimran George

“There’s something spiritual about riding a bike and being able to think critically about how you can tackle challenges. Emotions are magnified tenfold. It’s a great time for reflection — and as humans I feel like being able to reflect and gain clarity are essential. Why not do it while pedaling for hours?”

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