Bottled from the source of South Morang's spring - the Plenty River.
Granciclismo bidons hold 22oz of liquid, are infused with Purist technology and have a clever opening at the top so you can enjoy your drink without spillage.
Posted by Daniel Amador on 27th Jan 2015
I was a cold summer day in Miami. The layers were packed on thick, just like the fog over the meadows of Kendall. I mounted my trusty steed (1997 Kannondale Epsilon) and readied myself for the most epic of rides. 3 hours and 147 miles later, I decide it's a good time to hydrate. I reached down for my new Fyxo Granciclismo bidon filled with water. This bidon transformed the water into a rich, buttery bread pudding. As I inhaled the decadent dessert, my legs grew with power and strength. I ended up riding just over 47,000 miles that day amd it's all thanks to this bidon for the encouragement and hydration.
Posted by Jos on 12th Sep 2014
I must admit I haven't used it yet but it is a 5 star product for the design and idea only. Otherwise it just looks like bidon….
I liked the personal handwritten postcard which was in the box as well.
Posted by Michael Vieceli on 8th Aug 2014
Allow me to begin this review by establishing context.
I live in Adelaide. There are many great brands of bottled water in Adelaide and like any subjective assessment of goods, a framework of informed objective qualitative assessment often preceeds allowance for interpretation. In the Adelaide market, Antipodes water is currently the best product available. Any variation in opinion here is only due to poor market knowledge or defective ability to interpret taste and mouthfeel. San Pellegrino reserves an important position due to its history and Italian panache (popular with cyclists for many reasons) and it is important to stress the italophile link here for later.
As a very safe rule of thumb in Adelaide, Italo-centric cafes occupy/saturate the tier two shelf (and below). Italian coffee culture doesn't extend into the modern age of minimalistic cafe with overly complex coffee. Nor should it. It also happens that Italo-style cafes almost irrevocably stock San Pel, however this water can seldom be found in a top tier cafe.
The distinction between these two types of cafes is a perfect analogy for the two major schools of cycling- Or put more bluntly, the middle aged home-to-cafe crowd vs the young new school of (for some reason seemingly wine-centric) cycling enthusiasts.
Upon stuffing bidons with these San Pellegrin-esque bottles, any bike is suddenly transformed into an icon for one of Australia's almost regrettable sub-cultures. I expected that the commodity link here would suit to strengthen the appeal of my early 90's Look however, the opposite is true.
To make matters worse, the green of the bottle is much stronger and brighter than the San Pel original and clashes horribly with the factory lemon yellow of my Look.
Posted by Drew on 6th Jun 2014
Best quality bottles you'll find, great look, excellent feel, almost too good to use. Badass.