MotoJug Hydration Systems (The best way to Hydrate while riding)

lacofdfireman

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MotoJug Hydration Systems

Thank you for considering purchasing a MotoJug Hydration System. We feel there is no better or easier way to hydrate while riding your motorcycle. The MotoJug is super simple and has been a proven performer over the years. Many happy and satisfied customers since we started making and selling them and we stand behind our product. We offer a 30 day money back guarantee. Try it for 30 days and if your not happy simply send it back to us and we will refund your money minus return shipping costs. We are that confident that you will like it. In all of our years of business we have never had one come back from an unhappy customer.

The MotoJug Hydration System is super simple. My wife hand sews each and every bag and builds a quality built to last product. We have some IronButt riders with well over 100k miles using the MotoJug without issues. Since we started this years ago we have improved upon our product and never once raised our price. It’s been $75 since the day we started and plan on keeping it that way.

When you purchase a MotoJug Hydration System you will get the following:

MotoJug Bag
5ft Hydration Tubing (food grade)
Hydration tubing cover
Bite valve
Retractable lanyard
Quick inline tubing disconnect
Food grade elbow
2 3’ security straps



Here is a YouTube video of what you get when you purchase.


The MotoJug Hydration System is built around a Coleman Teammate 1 Gallon Insulated Cooler ( COLEMAN COOLER IS “NOT” INCLUDED IN THE PURCHASE). We do not include the cooler because it is very expensive to ship. It can be purchase at Walmart or most any big box store for under $10.

Setting up the tubing for the hydration system is super easy. Checkout our video on YouTube that explains how to get the tubing inside the jug.



Lastly installing this on your motorcycle is a breeze. We haven’t found a bike yet that this wouldn’t mount up to. Check out our MotoJug webpage showcase section to see it mounted on various customers bikes. If you want to see how easy it is to install check out our YouTube video. It’s super simple.


For ordering information please visit our webpage at www.motojug.com

Thank you for considering MotoJug Hydration Systems for your on bike Hydration needs.
 
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Thrasherg

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Do you have a link to a description of what your motojug system is? I am not familiar with it, you have links to contact you and links to send money, but no links that describe what you are selling? I will try a WEB search, but thought it might be good if you could add a link to your post, save others having to run a search. Best of luck to you and your wife with restarting this endeavor.. I assume it's the large water container that appears to be strapped to the side of each of the motorbikes in your pictures.

Gary
 

steve68steve

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Thrasherg said:
Do you have a link to a description of what your motojug system is? I am not familiar with it, you have links to contact you and links to send money, but no links that describe what you are selling? I will try a WEB search, but thought it might be good if you could add a link to your post, save others having to run a search. Best of luck to you and your wife with restarting this endeavor.. I assume it's the large water container that appears to be strapped to the side of each of the motorbikes in your pictures.

Gary
It's the system of straps that hold that 1 gallon cooler jug to the passenger peg.
 

lacofdfireman

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Re: MotoJug Hydration Systems is back in business

Thrasherg said:
Do you have a link to a description of what your motojug system is? I am not familiar with it, you have links to contact you and links to send money, but no links that describe what you are selling? I will try a WEB search, but thought it might be good if you could add a link to your post, save others having to run a search. Best of luck to you and your wife with restarting this endeavor.. I assume it's the large water container that appears to be strapped to the side of each of the motorbikes in your pictures.

Gary
Gary I apologize for the late reply. For some reason I don’t get notified of replies to my posts. Not sure why. But this is what’s included and what it looks like and how it fits on the bike.



1. MotoJug Bag sewn by my wife
2. 5ft of Food Grade Hydration Tubing
3. Hydration tubing cover
4. Hydration Tubing Bite Valve
5. Hydration tubing quick disconnect
6. Retractable Lanyard for Hydration Tubing
7. Two 3ft straps for securing system to your bike
8. Piece of Clear contact paper. We took this idea from a customer who said he uses it where the jug could possibly contact your bikes pain causing rubbing. I’ve never used it. He also stated he just cuts up pieces and will sometimes stack them up. If needed. And it’s easy to remove without harming your paint.

Here are a few photos of what you get.








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Still lots of good riding season left. Give the MotoJug Hydration System a try. You’ll be glad you did.


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