I've used two main ways of staying hydrated during rides: water bottles (of varying types) and Camelbaks. My current CB is OK for hot weather -- the water stays cool but my back gets super-sweaty. I use regular bottles, or the new CB "Podium" bottle, when it's less than 95º or so.
However, I'm curious if anyone knows about on-bike hydration systems, preferably ones that can carry a fairly large volume of water. So far I've found one, the NeverReach. It's made for triathletes, but I'm figuring it could be for general use as well.
I guess the alternative is to strap a 2L CB onto the top of my rack and get a very, very long tube.
Anyone use the NeverReach, or know of a similar system? Thanks....