Dehydration can have serious consequences especially while riding a motorcycle. So ThirstyRock Hydration wants to know if you have a safe strategy to keep you hydrated on the road. You probably already know that trying to grab a drink of water during your ride can be tricky and dangerous. So before you set out, here are some tips about hydrating before, during and afterward to help keep you safe.

Before the Ride

Avoid alcohol the night before you ride and caffeine the day of your ride They are diuretics and can contribute to dehydration. If you can’t leave the house without coffee at least drink water before you hop on your bike.

While You Ride

  • To ensure your safety, carry water with you using the Thirsty Rock Hydration Tank Bag. It provides the best way for motorcyclists and off-roaders to get hydrated, stay hydrated and, most importantly, stay safe when you’re out having fun. Also, be sure to avoid drinks with high sugar and caffeine content. Instead drink water or drinks containing electrolytes like sodium, potassium and magnesium.
  • Wear appropriate clothing like ventilated or sweat-wicking layers and clothing with zippers that can be easily undone.
  • Pay attention to your body by monitoring the shade of your urine. Dark urine may be a sign of dehydration.

After You Ride

Make sure to hydrate slowly and consistently as soon as possible after you reach your destination and check for symptoms of dehydration which can include:

  • fever
  • fatigue
  • dizziness
  • headache
  • dry mouth
  • extreme thirst
  • reduced urine output

Stay one step ahead of dehydration by having a strategy in place. The Thirsty Rock Hydration Tank Bag’s retractable hose provides a safe method of hydrating while riding without interfering with the operation of your bike. The dual thermal lining provides motorcycle enthusiasts and off-roaders with hours and hours of ice cold water and is the best way to stay safely hydrated. For more information about the Thirsty Rock Hydration Tank Bag and its features, visit https://www.thirstyrockhydration.com.