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  • Geigerrig Tactical 700 Pressurized Hydration Pack

    Geigerrig Tactical 700 Pressurized Hydration Pack

    Jacob in PA

    Great bag

    Pump is kinda overrated. Bag is easy to clean. Lots of room. Fits good. Easiest bag to install and use. It will leak if you fill it and throw it in your gear bag and drive some where and it isn't standing up right. Filter set up is awesome.

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  • Fox Racing Oasis Hydration Pack

    Fox Racing Oasis Hydration Pack

    storm in MI

    Comfortable plenty of storage and water supply works great.

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  • USWE Bite Valve Elbow

    USWE Bite Valve Elbow

    DAVE in AZ

    USWE Bite Valve

    Used this bite valve for years seems to last for about 30 rides then it rips from the teeth clinching the valve. Other than that it works well.

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  • Fly Racing Hydro Pack

    Fly Racing Hydro Pack

    Evan in KY

    My favorite camel pack

    Best camel pack ive owned. It doesn’t have the most storage you could have, but it has enough room for the essentials (phone, keys, wallet, etc.). Very easy to setup and use, great water flow, holds a good amount of water. I believe it’s about 4 bottles of Dasani water (maybe 3 1/2).

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  • Nelson Rigg Hurricane Waterproof Backpack/Tailpack

    Nelson Rigg Hurricane Waterproof Backpack/Tailpack

    David in IN

    Worked great on a 1000 mile ADV ride

    This bag worked GREAT on a 1000 mile ADV ride. I will be continuing to test this bag out on another 3000 mile adventure ride over the next 4 months. So far, I am happy to have it. Makes going thru airports back and forth easy, holds up to trail abuse well, and the features make it super easy to unpack, pack, load up, and strap it down to the ATAS motorcycle!

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  • USWE GP Helmet Handsfree Kit

    USWE GP Helmet Handsfree Kit

    JOHN in MI

    Now that I have one I hate racing without it...

    If you race harescrambles in the summer you should try some form of “hands free” bite valve setup for you hydration pack. It’s a bit different at first but you get used to it and you don’t need to take a hand off the bars while weaving through trees to take a sip when you need it. I feel like the price is a little bit high and you could probably rig up something that works out of the standard tubing, Velcro and zip ties but with this you get a nice quick disconnect fitting with check valves on both ends.

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