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Old 04-02-2012, 09:56 PM   #1
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Whats your riding music

I listen to just about everything, but some tunes really get the adrenaline rushing. Like this:

Dubsteps nice when im in some twisties or going fast, when im just cruising just about anythings good.

Whats do you jam
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Old 04-02-2012, 10:13 PM   #2
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the roar of an akra exhaust is usually my riding music
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Old 04-02-2012, 10:13 PM   #3
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I usually listen to Hardcore Rave or punk depending on if i wanna be happy or pist off when i arrive at my destination, Lol!
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I think music is really hit or miss with riders.

Personally, I love music.

I just don't have the desire to listen while riding. If I was distance riding, maybe.
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Dubstep,
Club anthems,
Hardstyle techno,
Rammstein,
Remixed White Stripes,
And other various remixed artists

99% electronic sound...ear buds serve as ear plugs to keep the ringing down after a long ride
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Old 04-02-2012, 10:31 PM   #9
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I don't listen to music when I ride..... I should though.

I mostly listen to Pandora, my concern would be if a song came on that I didn't want to listen to. I guess I would be S.O.L.
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I listen to pretty much everything. I just have my MP3 player on shuffle. I know this has been asked a bunch of times, but what are some good earbuds that won't cost me an arm and a leg and are good at canceling out noise from outside? Anyone have any experience with Skullcandy earbuds or Beats by Dre earbuds?
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I listen to pretty much everything. I just have my MP3 player on shuffle. I know this has been asked a bunch of times, but what are some good earbuds that won't cost me an arm and a leg and are good at canceling out noise from outside? Anyone have any experience with Skullcandy earbuds or Beats by Dre earbuds?
Yeah, I've had experence with 'em. Don't fall into marketing hype.

Sony makes decent quality audio accessories at a decent price.
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I listen to pretty much everything. I just have my MP3 player on shuffle. I know this has been asked a bunch of times, but what are some good earbuds that won't cost me an arm and a leg and are good at canceling out noise from outside? Anyone have any experience with Skullcandy earbuds or Beats by Dre earbuds?
Skullcandy all the way man, they do the job. dre beats are a marketing scheme. i think cycle gear had some on sale not to long ago for like 10
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Dubstep is good. The whole tron legacy soundtrack album.

and this group...
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I can't listen to anything too upbeat... would find myself going too fast! Music like this
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IMHO Hands down the best earphones you can find to ride. They isolate noise very good (and i ride a loud- harley) without making you unaware of your surroundings. They are light and as you can see inexpensive. And once you hear the quality of sound delivery you get on them you'll be hooked. i listen to everything from Hip-Hop, Rock, R&B, Metal to Miles Davis, Tonny Bennett and the sound on them isn't biased to not one individual genre.

BTW, this is coming from someone who has tried multiple types of earbuds/in-ear phones (Beats, Bose, Skullcandy, Sony, Shure and Klipsch) that were waaaay more expensive.

I actually had the previous models (HAFXC70) and these are a whole new level up.

The thing that makes them so good is they're EXTREMELY LIGHT and they fit flush inside your ear so 1.) they form a good seal without being uncomfortable and 2.) they don't snag or pull when you pull your helmet on or when you take it off.

Hope this helps you.
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