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Trek Voda 34oz water bottle. Seriously.

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If you need more water, the new Trek Voda 34 holds almost a Liter of fluid. As long as it’ll fit in your bike, it’s the 2nd largest bike water bottle we’ve seen (here’s the largest), adding 6oz more than their insulated Voda 28 Ice.

Both options share the same ~12″ (30cm) height, but without the insulating layer, the Voda 34 holds more.

trek voda 34 water bottle on a commuter bike

They say it’ll fit most road, gravel, and hardtail frames, especially size Medium and larger (just measure your bike before ordering). On Trek’s L and XL frames, it’ll even fit on the seat tube in many cases. That’s hydration pack quantities of water, on your bike. But probably not on most full suspension bikes.

trek voda 34 water bottle with other sizes behind it

It comes with their updated cap with a soft bite valve. It’s free of BPA and phthalates, dishwasher safe, and fully recyclable, too. MSRP is $14.99, available in clear with three different logo/graphic options. No custom program for these at launch.

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Adam Rice
11 months ago

Soma Fabrications has been selling this size for a while.

James Ballew
James Ballew
11 months ago
Reply to  Adam Rice

Which was called out in the 2nd sentence.

bill
bill
11 months ago

Only one letter away from VODKA!

Fritz
Fritz
11 months ago
Reply to  bill

In Croatian Voda means water.

David
David
11 months ago

34 fluid ounces is actually more a a liter/litre (33.8 oz) equivalent.

Fake Namerton
Fake Namerton
11 months ago

This is one of those products that is so ungainly you know it must work exceptionally well.

Dinger
Dinger
11 months ago
Reply to  Fake Namerton

I was given one to try and joked to my wife, “look at this commically large bottle”. This time of year I like to ride a CX bike that only has one cage on it and now I’m sold on it.

David
David
11 months ago

34 ounces is slightly more than a litre/liter at 33.8 ounces.

Rider
11 months ago

34 oz is just about 1 liter. Which is not that special, there are plenty of bottles this size. Even my own very first bottle, a terrible product by Isostar, had exactly that size. Brands like Zefal albo have been making ones like this for ages and they are actually a huge seller among the recreational cycling crowd.

btw @bill – voda and vodka are indeed related words 🙂 Slavic languages are full of such transformations, in which a “k” near the end indicates a diminutive form. So vodka could be interpreted like “little water” or “funny water” (which it surely is if you use it right!).

Deputy Dawg
Deputy Dawg
11 months ago
Reply to  Rider

Difference is this appears to be slender enough to fit a side-loading cage properly, something that cannot be said for a Zefal Magnum bottle (which I love).

BillB
BillB
11 months ago

34 oz is a little over a liter…

Chris White
11 months ago
Reply to  BillB

Thanks for being Mr. Precise, but that’s a pretty pointless comment. I’m sure that the 5 ml difference is within the manufacturing or measuring tolerances, so some “1 liter” bottles may have more capacity than this “34oz” bottle. They probably even call this a 1 liter bottle when selling it in Europe.

Roger Pedacter
Roger Pedacter
11 months ago
Reply to  Chris White

You jab him for being precise and then take pedantry to the next level…

Irony and self-awareness are apparently taking the day off.

Adrian Socho
Adrian Socho
11 months ago

I don’t get it. A well-known Isostar water bottle is one liter, which is almost the same as 34 fl oz. Why all this buzz?

Dinger
Dinger
11 months ago
Reply to  Adrian Socho

North Americans don’t know what Isostar is.

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