Image courtesy of Glukos.
No, that’s not a typo. The company’s name is actually spelled that way. If Glukos doesn’t ring a bell, you may remember when they were called Gleukos. Regardless of how you spell it, though, Glukos is all about one main ingredient: glucose. Why glucose? According to the Arizona-based company, glucose is immediately absorbed into the bloodstream, working two times faster than sucrose- or fructose-based products, and it lasts two times longer. Whether you’re looking for an energy drink, gummy chewables, or gels, Glukos has you covered with products that are free of artificial colors and colors.
Whether you ride pavement, gravel, or dirt, you probably have at least one water bottle cage on your bike. And if you’re like most riders, there’s a good chance that you’ve lost a bottle due to an unseen pothole, bumpy trail, or poorly designed bottle cage. Losing a bottle is not only inconvenient, it’s also potentially dangerous (especially if you’re riding in a group). No matter what type of terrain you prefer, peace of mind is within reach with the Arundel Bando and Elite Pria Pavè bottle cages.
Arundel Bando (left) and Elite Pria Pavè bottle cages.
Clipless pedals have long been touted as the preferred choice for competitive and recreational riding, but more and more adventure riders are making the switch to flat pedals. Why? Flats offer convenience, comfort, and versatility that clipless pedals just can’t match. And now, with the Catalyst ($99 MSRP) from Pedaling Innovations, you can add increased support and pedaling efficiency to the list of flat pedals’ benefits.