On a day’s trail riding in British Columbia every rider is going to get a thirst on, which is why our Ticket2RideBC guides are each issued with a Camelbak pack.

We have now been working with Camelbak for over five seasons, and during that time we have built a great relationship with Camelbak, helping to promote their excellent range of mountain bike specific packs.

During the years we have been working with Camelbak, we have seen the products evolve and improve with a great range of hydration packs now available for riders of all disciplines of mountain biking.

Each of our guides is provided with a pack capable of carrying a full guide pack which includes everything they may need during a six hour ride. This includes first aid kit, tools, bike parts, clothing, food and of course the all important 3 litres of water for those hot days on the Pemberton trails.

For 2012 our guides have been issues with the new and improved Camelbak Hawg NV 30. This pack has been a particular favourite with out team over the past few seasonsm but has now been improved to increase the capacity to 30 litres of gear carrying space, with the addition of a three litre bladder, helmet sleeve and integrated rain cover for those days when the sun doesn’t shine, it’s the ideal day pack.

Camelbak HAWG NV 30

One of the main things to have evolved in our time of working with Camelbak is the design and functionality of the Antidote Reservoir itself. Locking bite valves have been around for a few seasons now which has avoided the days when a days worth of water could be lost in the truck on the way to the trail head due to poor packing in the truck. Now the reservoirs have evolved again to a new slim-line design with compartments within the main reservoir reducing the amount of movement in the pack.

The fill cap has also been improved to make filling the bladder easier and with a new short turn locking lid it is far quicker and easier to seal the reservoir before putting it in the pack. Another improvement on the reservoir has been the inclusion of a click lock hose attachment to the reservoir, allowing the reservoir and hose to be simply separated from each other without issue for re-filling the pack.

It’s great to be working for another season with Camelbak keeping our team out on the trails hydrated whilst able to carry all the gear needed in innovative and well built packs that look great.  

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On a day’s trail riding in British Columbia every rider is going to get a thirst on, which is why our Ticket2RideBC guides are each issued with a Camelbak pack.

We have now been working with Camelbak for over five seasons, and during that time we have built a great relationship with Camelbak, helping to promote their excellent range of mountain bike specific packs.

During the years we have been working with Camelbak, we have seen the products evolve and improve with a great range of hydration packs now available for riders of all disciplines of mountain biking.

Each of our guides is provided with a pack capable of carrying a full guide pack which includes everything they may need during a six hour ride. This includes first aid kit, tools, bike parts, clothing, food and of course the all important 3 litres of water for those hot days on the Pemberton trails.

For 2012 our guides have been issues with the new and improved Camelbak Hawg NV 30. This pack has been a particular favourite with out team over the past few seasonsm but has now been improved to increase the capacity to 30 litres of gear carrying space, with the addition of a three litre bladder, helmet sleeve and integrated rain cover for those days when the sun doesn’t shine, it’s the ideal day pack.

Camelbak HAWG NV 30

One of the main things to have evolved in our time of working with Camelbak is the design and functionality of the Antidote Reservoir itself. Locking bite valves have been around for a few seasons now which has avoided the days when a days worth of water could be lost in the truck on the way to the trail head due to poor packing in the truck. Now the reservoirs have evolved again to a new slim-line design with compartments within the main reservoir reducing the amount of movement in the pack.

The fill cap has also been improved to make filling the bladder easier and with a new short turn locking lid it is far quicker and easier to seal the reservoir before putting it in the pack. Another improvement on the reservoir has been the inclusion of a click lock hose attachment to the reservoir, allowing the reservoir and hose to be simply separated from each other without issue for re-filling the pack.

It’s great to be working for another season with Camelbak keeping our team out on the trails hydrated whilst able to carry all the gear needed in innovative and well built packs that look great.