Check out one of the great posts that athletes in the Hockey Australia High Performance Program are putting together for Aqualyte as part of our sponsorship of the program and National Teams. These athletes are as talented off the field as they are on.
Aqualyte is excited to be the continued hydration partner for Bicycling WA (BWA) and the upcoming Hell of the North ride in September (http://hotn.com.au).
140 km of tough hard riding will be supported by Aqualyte to ensure hydration is not the limiting factor to performance on the day.
This is the 3rd event this year where Aqualyte has been supporting riders with the Kalamunda 100 in Feb and Dam’s Challenge in April preceding the Hell of the North.
Aqualyte is interested in supporting BWA and cycling as it covers a broad range of people from elite athletes performing at the highest level to active individuals after a healthy low impact activity. It is also at the corner stone of a growing cultural change in commuting behaviour and needs. As cycling continues to grow, advocacy groups such as BWA will become even more important in representing everyone who hops on a bike for what ever reason.
BWA’s mission is:
“to get More People Cycling More Often and this can only be achieved through a targeted approach to making it easier and safer for people to take up riding a bike and improve the health of the community through cycling. As part of our strategy to double the number of people cycling by the year 2020 BWA have identified five priorities that need to be addressed by State and local governments, employers and the entire bike riding community” (https://www.bwa.org.au/better-biking/761/)
2016 Melbourne Fire Fighter Stair Climb
Please support this great event and terrific initiative. Click on the pic to visit their website.
We are glad to be involved again this year for not only this event but also to have the Melbourne Fire Brigade as a regular user of Aqualyte in their training program and fire stations.
Good People Doing Great Things
If being a high performance athlete was not achievement enough, it’s what these athletes do off the field as ambassadors for RUOK that sets them apart and makes them great.
Please follow Ash, Rach and a host of others personalities in their quest to ride 750km from Perth to Albany in October, stopping off in rural WA towns to provide coaching clinics and speak on mental health and wellbeing.
For more info on these outstanding individuals and the event, please visit
They are asking for the whole community to get behind their ‘Ride for Wheelbeing’. Should you wish to make a donation to this worthy cause, please visit