“The pause that refreshes.” Coca-Cola coined that marketing slogan in 1929, and after a hard ride, it’s a beautiful thing to reach into a cooler and retrieve an icy beverage. (Smart plan: nonalcoholic until the riding’s done!) For a one-day outing, a backpack cooler filled with ice and drinks works fine. Moving on from here, the variety of insulated flip-top coolers is practically endless, with sizes and capacities to suit individuals to entire teams. But there’s another alternative: electric. These obviously require no ice, and draw their needed current from your vehicle’s DC system or household 110-volt AC outlets. Their advantage is that you never need ice, but the disadvantage is, they take time to cool down and require electricity to keep on trucking, er, cooling. Here are three options for that ice-cold travelin’ man.