11065Re: Music on a Bike
- Feb 26, 2010--- In email@example.com, "stitzljq" <stitzljq@...> wrote:
>Check out the iHome2Go. Self contained unit that slips into its own holder that mounts where your bottle cage bracket would go. Also has a remote control you mount on handlebars. It sounds great and has volume too. Easy to grab and go with.
> Does anyone have suggestions regarding listening to music while on a bike? Not using my iPod, that's probably illegal where I live, and definitely a bad idea regardless, I do want to be able to hear traffic and be safe. I want to put a small set of speakers on my bike, or maybe a crank-powered radio. It doesn't have to be totally waterproof, but it will get rained on (at least by accident or bad luck) occasionally. It obviously needs to be quite securely attached, and I'd like it to be fairly easy to attach or remove it from the bike.
> I have a lot of options for where to attach it:
> - I have a handlebar bag
> - I have Nitto Moustache bars, which offer a large amount of space "between" the "sides" of the bars, where perhaps something could be suspended. Picture here: http://www.hiawathacyclery.com/cart/images/IMG_0534_500.jpg
> - I've been considering getting a front rack, this might be another good place to attach speakers, and thus another good reason to spend money on my bike :0)
> I'm definitely open to the idea of building some type of platform or mount out of wood. Ideas for woodworking projects, and thus good reasons to hang out in my garage and play with tools, are always welcome :0)
> Any advice is appreciated!
> - Joel
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