12 Ways Of Carrying Coffee While Riding A Bike

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I tried 12 ways of carrying coffee while riding a bike. Here’s the best way to sip on your commute.

The 12 ways of carrying coffee while riding a bike

While riding my bike one recent chilly morning, disaster struck in the form of a dropped coffee.

Which got me wondering if there was a better way of enjoying my morning jolt while riding my bike.

So, after a robust conversation with some of you, I decided to test a dozen different methods of drinking coffee while riding.

Watch the video for complete details:

Timestamp:

  • 1:15 – Ride with one coffee in one hand.
  • 1:36 – Ride with one coffee in hand, with no lid.
  • 2:33 – Handlebar mount (in this case, I used a Handlestash: https://handlestash.com/)
  • 3:42 – Handlebar mount with travel mug (in this case, I used a Contigo Travel Mug: https://www.amazon.ca)
  • 4:49 – Travel mug in bottle cage.
  • 6:33 – Travel much in panniers (in this case, I was using Vincita panniers: https://www.amazon.com)
  • 7:11 – Travel mug in rear basket.
  • 8:03 – Travel mug in front basket.
  • 8:54 – Travel mug in backpack.
  • 10:10 – Using a Yeti Rambler (amazing for keeping hot drinks hot: https://www.yeti.com)
  • 11:35 – Using a hydration pack (you know, like a Camelbak. Like this one: https://www.amazon.ca)
  • 13:51 – Using a beer helmet (seriously, don’t try this. But here it is: https://www.amazon.ca)
  • 14:08 – My favorite.

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Tom Babinhttp://shifter.info/
Tom is an award-winning author and journalist who has written about cycling for years. He is the author of Frostbike: The Joy, Pain and Numbness of Winter Cycling, a bestselling exploration of getting around on two wheels throughout the year. He has delivered speeches about cycling around the world, and is often in the media addressing issues related to cycling. For several years, he wrote the Pedal blog for the Calgary Herald. He lives in Calgary.

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