I have a Vaude backpack / Hydration pack for sale. It is brand new with tags and original packaging. This was an unwanted gift. The RRP is £59.99 (as printed on tag). I am selling the bag for £40 and can post within the UK for £2.
Multi-award winning Hyper 17 litre Vaude 2012 backpack for anything from an after-work-spin to an epic day tour.
CNP Pro Hydrate comes from an extensive range of cycling appropriate products, affiliations with both Team Sky and British Cycling plus a host of domestic teams having certainly pushed things along for the brand recently.
The Pro Hydrate comes in 500g containers for £11.39 a go. That gives you 12 servings, each one of which mixes with 500ml of water. To save you doing the maths, that works out at roughly 95p for each 500ml. That's more expensive than SiS or Powerbar products, for example, but there is a lot to like about Pro Hydrate.
Wondering if anyone here has any feedback on the Nuun active hydration tablets.
I have a 115 miler sportive coming up later next month and read on someone's blog that these were really helpful in his 100 miler.
Looking for more feedback to confirm / dissuade from the tablets.
Also, any better alternatives to them?
On a hot day it's nice to have a cool drink, and this Podium Chill bottle from Camelbak scores firstly for being an excellent bottle to drink from and secondly for keeping your water a little bit cooler. Don't expect it to work miracles, but it does have an effect.