Inspired by trail running packs, the Camelbak Chase Vest has been purpose built for the minimalist mountain biker that still needs to carry essential tools and spares, along with a...
Everything involved in the carrying of water on a bike ride.
Backpacks – Bikes – Bits – Books, Maps & DVDs – Brakes – Camping – Clothing – Computers & Navigation – Drivetrain – Eyewear – Food & Drink – Foot Wear – Forks – Gloves – Handlebars & Stems – Helmets – Hydration – Lights – luggage – Other Stuff – Pedals – Protection – Rear Shocks – Recommended – Saddles – Seatposts – Security – Tools – Tyres – Wheels – Women’s Specific
Last year the Swedish storage specialists at Thule announced their first ever range of mountain bike hydration backpacks. Three packs were launched in the Vital series, including a compact 3L...
Barney takes Cubes Freeride Plus 20 pack into the wilds of Calderdale for six months
Camelbak has completely redesigned the classic Mule. Did they get it right? Check out Rob's review of the Mule LR pack here.
It looks like a bumbag, but it comes with a shoulder harness. So what is the Source Hipster? Wil investigates in his review of this unique fanny pack
Wil tests the 2nd generation Palos from Camelbak to find out if bum bags are the future
As one of Camelbak's best known backpacks, how much better is the new H.A.W.G LR 20? Rachel Sokal tells us all about it
The Camelbak Skyline LR recently won an Editors Choice Award. Want to know why it's such a good pack? Then read on...
Osprey offers the Raptor backpack in 6 litre, 10 litre and 14 litre options. Rachel put the Raptor 10 to the test.
With integrated back protection, the KUDU 8 is the smallest option in the Camelbak KUDU range. Wil tries it out to see how it stacks up
Brand new for 2016 is this womens' specific pack from Camelback.
Capacious pack with back protection for all-day adventures
A massive leap forward for hydration brand?
A good pack that is narrow and has a low profile due to its minimal storage.
A great-fitting bag that does a really good job of keeping your gear dry and carrying just about all you need.