Staying hydrated is crucial on long distance rides, and if carrying around a water bottle isn’t for you then take a look at these backpacks that hold enough water to keep you going all day.
This product was recommended by Tim Bigknee from SightsAndInsights
The TETON Sports TrailRunner 2.0 Hydration Pack is just the mountain biking hydration backpack you need. It comes in a variety of colors and is lightweight and comfortable. This hydration pack carries 2 liters and has a special opening for ice. It also includes a kink-free sip tube and a push-lock cushioned bite valve. This backpack is adjustable, making it ideal for both adults and kids.
This product was recommended by D. Gilson from CompareLifeInsurance
I love REI’s Co-op Link hydration backpack because it’s the perfect size: It not only holds 50 ounces of water, but also your necessities for a day of hiking or biking, such as phones, bike pumps, and snacks. My favorite feature is that it has built in straps specifically for a bicycle helmet.
This product was recommended Extreme Mist.
Extreme Mist Personal Cooling System Backpack keeps the body cool-inside and out-without weighing the back with extra bulk. The two-in-one system comes with a mister pre-installed — drink and mist from the same insulated reservoir. Lightweight and rechargeable, it fits perfectly into the adjustable ergonomic pack. Expand the water stream with an optional shower head attachment that cools and cleans. Created by inventor Ron Laikind, the Extreme Mist comes with the Personal Cooling System unit fully installed. The multi-directional adjustable mist nozzle cools down temperatures by as much as 30°F degrees, greatly extending outdoor activities and making temperature control as easy as pressing a button. ExtremeMist comes with a two-liter reservoir.