How to look after your hydration bladder
After each outing, rinse and dry the hydration bladder.
To make things easier, use the cleaning kit (code: 5935596) with bottle brush and a drying rack.
Adjustable tube and valve for increased comfort.
You can cut the tube to your preferred length.
To do this, remove the bite valve, place the tube in hot water to soften it, cut it to the desired length and put the bite valve back on.
The valve is lockable to prevent leaks when not in use. On MTB rides, it won't drip, even when in the open position.
To get a good flow when drinking, pinch the valve with your mouth and suck.
Why should you remove the air from the hydration bladder?
To avoid hearing the sound of water moving in the hydration bladder and guarantee optimum water flow for the whole of your MTB ride; How?
Just turn the hydration bladder upside down once filled, direct the air bubbles towards the tube opening and suck them out. That's it! Now you can enjoy the quiet while riding.
The walls of the hydration bladder won't stick together if you suck hard and the water flow will always be just right.
To avoid a plastic taste when drinking, we advise you to rinse the product 3 times before first use.
After cleaning, leave the hydration bladder open to dry thoroughly.
If the plastic taste won't go away, place the dry hydration bladder in the freezer for one night.