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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 02-10-2013, 06:17 PM Thread Starter
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Hydration pack

Anyone ride with one?

Example: CamelBak Lobo Hydration Pack - 200cu in | Backcountry.com
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I use the camelback scorpion, I love it. Gotta stay hydrated. Can keep some small tools in there / phone / snacks / wallet.
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Meh, for inbounds riding it's really not that hard to grab a drink from the water fountain whenever I go take a wizz. Mostly just feel that backpacks of any kind are highly unnecessary inbounds.

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I prefer to piss in the woods and not have to deal with the lodge / drinking fountains
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I prefer to piss in the woods and not have to deal with the lodge / drinking fountains
I agree, my problem is that I'm always way too concentrated to stop, which results in my bladder near exploding everytime I don't go in the lodge...

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Fill with grey goose or captain for epic drunken day of snowboarding.

when your a man sometimes you wear stretchy pants in your room just for fun
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No but my friend has one for biking, I might even pick one up in the summer.
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I ride witha camelback. Usually because there's a 50/50 chance I'm either getting drunk or recovering from a hangover. Gotta stay hydrated.
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Bite valve freezes........so no......
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Bite valve freezes........so no......
only if your a noob and dont lock it. ive had mine since i started mountain biking 10 years ago or so and never had a prob.

although +1 for unnecessary inbounds
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