No one knows more about on bike hydration than the original and best experts, Camelbak. The very first hands free hydration system, an IV bag in a tube sock, was created by cyclist Michael Edison for the 1989 'Hotter'N'Hell' 100 mile Texas road race and he's never looked back. While other riders reached down for empty water bottle, Edison road on, hands on the bars. His vision led to the creation of a dedicated wearable bladder, in a insulated neoprene mini-back pack - the Camelbak! Competitive cyclist Jeff Wemmer then took to his motorbike to sell the Camelbak the length and breadth of the USA. This was 1993. Just a year later the Camelbak was being sold worldwide - that's some impressive sales pitches. These days Camelbak still make brilliant cycle bladders, plus hyrdation packs, water bottle and travel mugs. Camelbak are the true masters of sports hydration.
For mountain bikers, it is all about the hydration packs. From big expedition bags, to day packs to minimalist race offerings, Camelbak have the product you need. Their simple to use bite valve and bladder is washable and replaceable. The super wide filler port on the Camelbak bladders means it is easier than ever to get the water in and to give things a clean when you finish your ride. The no drip Camelbak bite valve gets more liquid where it needs to go without waste.
Carrying their bite valve technology over the water bottle, Camelbak cater for those who prefer a cage on the frame to a pack on the back . Especially useful to time trialists, bikepackers and tourists. Their water bottle also feature wide mouths and leak free delivery systems. You can also get insulating bottle for hot days (or to keep your Bovril warm in winter). The extra large 750ml bottle options also mean fewer stops to refuel.
With a focus entirely on hydration, Camelbak make the very best systems in the business. If you can't find the Camelbak product you want at Biketart, visit their main page and give us a call - we will order exactly what you are looking for.