One of the questions we get most from riders and runners shopping for a light hydration pack: “What can I fit in the Hipster Hydration Belt?”
A chat with Pumptrack specialist and #sourcehydration ambassador Hannes Slavik about the new Pumptrackworlds Race Series.
Wether you go for a backpack or a waist-pack depends on your needs and style – but also what you might be wearing along with it …
Whatever weather you ride in, your gear will save the day or amplify your problems: tips on Hydration and Footwear for Bikepacking.
Bikepacking is a self-supported style of lightly-loaded bicycle touring. Here’s the report about a memorable bikepacking trip supported by SOURCE with Sandals and Hydration Systems.
SOURCE is proud to support Rootstock Adventure Racing in the USA, combining ‘smart’ and ‘athletic’ in way that perfectly fits the SOURCE philosophy.
Forget about mountainbiking, downhilling, enduroing, blazing trails for a second … Here’s a reminder that a bike can also serve as a preferred means of transportation.
What an incredible achievement: Chrigel Maurer wins X-Alps for the 5th consecutive time. Congrats from all of us at SOURCE!
David and Bernadet sent us pictures and reported success testing their hydration flow meter during 9 hour ski-hiking tour on a 11,500ft/3,500m summit in Austria …
Matt Chebatoris, founder of SUPExaminer, wrote recently in his Durabag Pro review: “Source Hydration yields a distinctive technological edge over… read more
If you’ve hiked, biked, climbed, ran, raced with a Hydration System you know the question well …
A year ago we were convinced of the Hipster’s advantages – but would the riders and runners be ready for this new concept of carrying hydration around the waist?
We supported Bex Band aka ‘The Ordinary Adventurer’ in her Israel National Trail Thru Hike – here’s 10 of her hard earned tips for thru hiking.
At high elevations you just can’t win: the universe is conspiring against you to make you dehydrated!
Rootstock Racing pushing to the limit with SOURCE Hydration Systems in heat and snow.
Family adventurer and blogger John Soltys about kids and hydration on the trail: “Stop telling kids to drink and put them in control. They’ll stay hydrated and you won’t have to carry their water any more!”