jimmocrates Posts: 131
Are there any bidons out there that can keep drinks relatively warm on a winter ride? I don't need a flask that keeps drinks red hot, happy so long as it's not like ice water. Does the Camelbak podium chill do the job?
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Those Kinto tumblers look a good option though.
I cycle in all weathers and temperatures and have never given a thought to my bidon other than taking it out of the fridge and sticking it on my bike at the start of my ride.
I suppose someone somewhere is as we speak inventing a thermos flask cage !!
Or at home do you get “ Will you stop leaving your bidons on the draining board”
Personally, I don't have any bidons. I've got a cupboard full of BOTTLES though...
Yes, take your point, I was just answering like for like as the op obviously uses the term bidon whereas like you I would call it a bottle.
Anyway I suppose it proves one thing, anything anyone posts on here there is always one person ready to have a pop and that person is usually you!
Presumably you have never bought a souvenir either.
Which comes from the Latin to remember.
Words cross over languages, it happens. I feel sure many English people use words from other languages day in day out without realising they are doing it.
Yes words cross languages but any one who uses Bidon instead of bottle and was born and bred in the UK is being a touch pretentious.
I bid you adieu.
I am not sure. You have no chance.
Using 'bidon' when there is a perfectly acceptable and already widely-used 'English' alternative just seems to be an unnecessary affectation, IMO. Anyway, carry on...
But chapeau to Masjer for this:
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