April 2014 Bike Loot Review

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Edited to Add: Bike Loot is no longer in business.

Bike Loot
Cost: $14.99/month
Ships To: United States including any APO military addresses. Shipping to Canada will be offered soon.
April 2014 Bike Loot
April 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.

April 2014 Bike Loot
The Box

Bike Loot ships via USPS First Class Mail and always arrives mid-month.  As usual, I don’t hear of customer service issues, late shipments, etc. with Bike Loot, which is always a good thing.

April 2014 Bike Loot
First Look

The first look was a good one!  I didn’t recognize too many things, which to me is always good.

April 2014 Bike Loot
The Information Card

Still loving the Bike Loot information cards!  Bike Loot doesn’t have a theme, but I loved the quote on the front of the April card.  It said “Wow.  I really regret that workout.”  – Said No One Ever.  Ha!  So so true!  Here is what was included:

~Bonk Breaker Real Food Energy Bar: These are the official energy bars of US Cycling.  And they are good.  I checked their site and they are sold at a few store near me (Dick’s Sporting Goods being one) and I am hoping they have the Expresso Chip ones there because I so want to try those!

April 2014 Bike Loot
Bonk Breaker Real Food Energy Bar

~Natureplaex Ultra Strength Muscle Rub: Ohh, this is awesome to have at the house.  Whenever we need something like this, we do not have it.  Bike Loot recommends that cyclists use this 30-45 minutes post-ride to soothe those tired legs!

April 2014 Bike Loot
Natureplaex Ultra Strength Muscle Rub

~Upfront Foods Healthy Granola: I couldn’t figure out what was the front and what was the back of this package.  B had to explain to me that the front was the side with the nutritional information on it.  Because, you know, they want to be “upfront” about what’s in the mix.  Ahhh, it made so much more sense when he explained that ;).  I should have read the information card first.

April 2014 Bike Loot
Upfront Foods Healthy Granola

~Eload Endurance Sports Drink: This will be a sample for B to try this summer.  He’s planning to start running again and will swears he’s going to eventually do a triathlon.  This winter about killed us both and we so need to get back on track.

April 2014 Bike Loot
Eload Endurance Sports Drink

~Peloton Lips Natural Lip Balm: This balm gives you natural protection from the wind and sun.  It’s awesome not only for cyclists, but for everyone who spends time outside. I am good about remembering sunscreen, but sometimes I forget that your lips can get burned as well.

April 2014 Bike Loot
Peloton Lips Natural Lip Balm

What do you think of Bike Loot?  Interested in signing up?  Want to learn more?  Click here!  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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Jennifer is the author and founder of Subscription Box Ramblings. She first discovered subscription boxes in 2012 and has been addicted since. Current favorites include CAUSEBOX, Boxycharm and Beachly!

This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. Lauren

    Hi Jennifer,

    I’ve been interested in getting the Bike Loot for my dad for his birthday and today I went to go on their website to order it and it looks like the site has been hacked! Do you know any other way of getting in contact with the company or how I could order it? Thanks so much!

    1. Jennifer

      They actually closed a few months ago. I need to go back and update the reviews but I haven’t had time.

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