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New Article: Why most roadies opt for bottles over wearable hydration units.

Discussion in 'Road Cycling, Mountain Biking & Cyclocross' started by John Stone, Oct 22, 2014.

  1. John Stone

    John Stone Every day is Leg Day
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    I wore my CamelBak when I did my first century last month and I pretty much realized first-hand all of the bullet points in the article. I noticed a lot of people had mounted two water bottle cages on their bikes, which is something that never occurred to me but seems stupidly obvious now.
     
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    I started riding here in central TX last spring. After summer arrived, it didn't take too many rides before I realized I needed a second bottle cage on my bike! I pretty much consume the first one 1/3 of the ride and sip the other for the remainder. On long rides I plan a stop to get refills so no Camelbak needed.
     

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