Cycling Hydration Packs

Hydration is always vital, but it is especially important to stay hydrated when exercising or undertaking any kind of sport. When you are cycling, it can be tricky to rehydrate on the move, making cycling hydration packs tick all the right boxes!

On the move

Cycling hydration packs offer elevated levels of convenience as you can grab and gulp on the go. There is no need to slow down or even stop as the hydration pack is readily accessible. They are also very efficient, encouraging you to sip little and often which is ideal for maintaining your hydration levels.

Variety of brands

You can choose from a wide variety of brands such as CamelBak, Dakine and Shimano hydration packs .

Different types

Typically you can find three distinctive types of cycling hydration packs, including hydration backpacks , reservoir or bladder cycling packs and valve hydration packs. What style you choose can depend on the kind of cycling activity that you tend to do the most. For road cyclists, speed is a strong focus, so why not opt for a small cycling hydration pack? For recreational cyclists, you may want to consider reservoir cycling hydration packs of between 1 and 2 litres.

Going mountain biking? Quench your thirst with a small to medium reservoir cycling hydration packs.

The right fit

One key thing to consider with your cycling hydration packs is ensuring a good balance between fit and size. If speed is your priority, opt for lightweight cycling packs that won't slow you down. If long distance is your thing, you will need a larger cycling hydration pack to maintain hydration levels throughout your ride.

Reservoir volumes vary in cycling hydration packs, but typically can be classified into three distinct levels, 1 to 1.5 litres, 2 litres and 3 litres. It is recommended that you choose a hydration pack depending on your cycling needs.

Sup tubes and bite valves

For those that want to sup water on the go, cycling hydration packs which either have sip tubes or bite valves are the right choice. Sip tubes are typically made of polyurethane and it is important to remove the undrunk water after every use and to also avoid direct light exposure for prolonged periods of time.

Bite valves on cycling hydration materials are commonly used and cyclists can access the water via applying modest pressure from the teeth. Cycling hydration packs are available in a variety of types, brands, capacities and colours. They can be found both in brand new and used condition.