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Old 10-26-2014, 11:08 AM   #1
redwine65 OP
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Best Hydration system for motorcycle?

Im thinking about getting a Kriega R15 back pack.
lyndon poskitt uses them. I figure he probably has a good idea on what works well riding..!prettyPhoto

With a Geigerrig 3 liter blatter to put in it, I like the Idea of being able to, pressurize a water filtration system, and being able to shoot the water out for filling cups to boil, or washing things off..

1. will this Kriega hold this Geigerrig good?

I will get 2 Geigerrig 3 liter blatters, one for dirty water and one for clean water.
Then get a The Sawyer Mini 128 for filtering…but I would also need a carbon filter for farm chemicals.

2. what would be the best carbon filter to get?

Im trying to get a system for a motor cycle out in the middle of nowhere, like these 2 videos.
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Old 10-26-2014, 11:14 AM   #2
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I've a Kriega 3l and the two bladders, based on a google image search, appear to be the same.

As for clean water - I'd look to boil - and only if that proved to be impractical would I look for other solutions.
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Old 10-26-2014, 08:24 PM   #3
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I use a geigerrig 1600 and it works well for me. 3 liters, quick detach filters, super easy fill and clean design and it's super study but replaceable if needed. Give em a look. They use a pump system that squirt water in your mouth, no sucking or backwash anymore.
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