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?”
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!
If you’ve hiked, biked, climbed, ran, raced with a Hydration System you know the question well …
At high elevations you just can’t win: the universe is conspiring against you to make you dehydrated!
Tag your hottest Instagram bike pics #dontridethirsty and by the end of the month you could be proud owner of… read more
Hannes Slavik, SOURCE MTB Enduro and BMX gladiator, and his protege Vanessa submit feedback on their new 2016 hydration packs…. read more
Read below SOURCE rider Vanessa Kager’s thoughts on the 15L SOURCE Ride Pack. Her and coach Slavik Hannes are in… read more
“What filter to use with SOURCE Hydration Systems?” It’s one of the most frequent questions we get. Our developers now… read more
Ultrarunner Roman Spivak worked with our developers on testing and improving the Hipster from first prototype to the perfect performance.
What SOURCE MTB Rider Noga Korem discovered, working with our developers on the all new Hipster Hydration Belt.
SOURCE Taste Edition – choose your flavor! This special edition will most probably never hit the shelves …
We’re always happy to learn about adventures with SOURCE Hydration Systems – especially if the pictures look as unique as Petra’s shots hydrating in mid-air.
Meet Hannes Slavik, a modern day gladiator. We’re very happy to work with him, to get his feedback – and of course plenty of spectacular pictures and clips.
Christian ‘Chrigel’ Maurer, equipped with SOURCE Hydration Systems, set a new record, racing from Salzburg to Monaco in an extraordinary 6 days 23 hours and 40 minutes.