Located in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, Honey Stinger makes convenient, nutritious and great tasting honey-based foods including energy bars, gels and organic chews. An athletic entrepreneur, a honey industry veteran, a food product developer and a beekeeper make up the team that founded Honey Stinger. In addition to naming Lance Armstrong as a part of its ownership group, Honey Stinger fuels some of the country’s top cyclists, runners, triathletes and teams including Tinker Juarez, Jeremiah Bishop, Katie Compton, the Giant Mountain Bike team and the Trek Livestrong U23 Cycling team. The Colorado Office of Economic Development recently honored Honey Stinger as one of 50 “Colorado Companies to Watch.”
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Brittany Parker
Big thanks to Honey Stinger for keeping me going all Summer while I was on the road filming 'Can I Surf That'. You can read all about my adventures at www.canisurfthat.com.
Stuart Gonzalez
Thank you Honey Stinger! You not only get me through xc and endurance MTB races and training, you also get me through 22 mile day hikes to 14,000+ peaks in the Sierras. #HSHIVE
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What is your favorite new product and why? Gingersnap Waffles, Organic Caffeinated Chocolate Gel or the Organic Caffeinated Strawberry Kiwi Gel?
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(Steamboat Springs, Colo.) August 25, 2014 - Honey Stinger, the leading manufacturer of honey-based nutritional products, wrapped up the fourth annual Steamboat Stinger races on Sunday, August 17. Over 600 riders took on a 50-mile mountain bike race on Saturday, August

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Honey Stinger Blueberry Buzz energy bar featured in the Triathlete "Liquid Gold" article on honey-based energy products.


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