Hydration Pack

January 26th 2013 - Written by: Kelsy

Osprey Viper 13 Review by Canadian Cycling Magazine

We’re thrilled when publications we know and love give us great shout-outs. As such, we’re sharing this excellent review from our friends over at Canadian Cycling Magazine. It’s short, sweet and to the point. Check it out and read the following write-up that accompanies the vid:

Gear editor Gus Alexandropoulos talks about the Osprey Viper 13. The hydration pack is perfect for long trail rides. It has plenty of pockets including three outer mesh pouches and a small upper pocket for your cellphone and wallet. The total carrying capacity is 13 l. Three of those litres can be taken up with water in the hydration bladder. It’s made of stiff plastic so it retains it shape, making it more comfortable against your back. The bladder has a large opening for filling and cleaning. The bite valve has a magnet that attaches it to the chest strap to keep everything from flapping around as you bounce down singletrack. For apres-ride, hang your helmet from the “LidLock,” a clip at the top of the pack.

September 20th 2010 - Written by: Kelsy

Hot August Night for Osprey Hydraulics Team Member Glenda Martin

All I can say is “WOW” what a fun way to end the race season!

Because of shift work and home renovations, my final big race of the season was going to be another 24-hour solo event. Chico Racing puts on two 24-hour events a year, Summer Solstice and Hot August Night, as well as other Mountain Bike events.

Hot August Night is held in Bolton, Ontario and runs from noon on Saturday to noon on Sunday. We couldn’t have asked for better weather, although it may have been a tad hot, but no complaints since the three previous 24-hour events had been spoiled with rain. They set up a course that was fun for all riding abilities. There were some awesome fast single tracks, as well as some technical down hills, and yes — a lot of climbing.


July 31st 2010 - Written by: Kelsy

Bike DealerCamp Park City

The Osprey Packs bike team is in Park City, UT at Bike DealerCamp providing free Raptor demos for some of the country’s top bike dealers. This event allows dealers to spend the day riding around the beautiful trails and roads in the Deer Valley/Park City area testing the latest in new bikes, apparel and accessories. Osprey packs is offering each dealer a new Raptor hydration pack featuring the revolutionary Hydraform reservoir filled with ice cold water to use on their test rides. Response has been overwhelmingly positive and it is obvious that these packs are going to be a real hit.  For details on the new Raptor series hydration packs, check out the Osprey web site at: www.ospreypack.com


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