Before CamelBak came along, there was no such thing as "hands-free hydration," and riding bikes wasn't as fun as it is now. As bikes got lighter and longer legged, cyclists were able to ride more miles across increasingly challenging terrain. Camelbak hydration packs provided not only large amounts of water for these epic rides, but somewhere to comfortably keep all the tools, protection and emergency equipment needed for a full day on the trail. These days, Camelbak caters to pro-level road racers, boundary-destroying free-riders, and everyday cyclists just looking to get the most out of their ride. And they do it with the most experience and knowledge of anyone in the industry.