This Bike Has a Built-in Wine Cooler and Charcuterie Board — and You Could Get One for $9
And you can buy one of the limited-edition models for $8.99. 🤯
Wine. Cheese. Nature. Exercise. These are a few of our favorite things, so when we heard about a new product that allows us to combine all of those into one—and for just $8.99, no joke—we could barely contain our excitement.
In honor of a holiday we can *definitely* get behind, National Wine and Cheese Day on Saturday, July 25, MOVO Wine Spritzers is selling just four "Wine Cruiser" bikes to celebrate the launch of their new line of canned wine spritzers. Each bike comes built with a back cooler to hold your beverages of choice, a between-wheel bonus can cooler, plus a fold-out charcuterie board with a utensil holder.
The deal is just too gouda. (Sorry, we couldn't resist!) Hop on movowinecruiser.com just before 12 p.m. EST, when those four bikes will be available to purchase for $8.99—the suggested retail price of a four-pack of MOVO Wine Spritzer cans. If you're 21 and live in most of the U.S. (apologies, residents of Alaska, California, Texas, Virginia and West Virginia, you're exempt), you have an opportunity to score one of these charcuterie cruisers if you click quick enough.
Speaking of the MOVO spritzers that inspired this flash sale, they're rolling out coast to coast now, and you can see if they're sold near you using their product locator. Made with wine, sparkling water, fruit juice and natural flavors, each can of MOVO contains 100 calories, 6-7 grams of carbs (including 3-4 grams of sugar from the wine and juice, not added) and just 5 milligrams of sodium.
No worries if you come up dry on the National Wine and Cheese Day Wine Cruiser bike sale. We've already created an almost-as-cool back-up plan to recreate the wine and cheese fun on our own bikes—because now we're definitely sold on the idea of mobile wine and cheese. Strap on this Lixada Insulated Trunk Cooler Bag ($30.99, Amazon) and pack this Toscana Cheese Board with Tools ($16.95, Amazon) to upgrade your picnic ride for less than $50.
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