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Old 12-08-2008, 05:58 PM   #21
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So is this caused by your helmet being to large or small? I get a pain around my ear as well and have tried earplugs. Only happens on long rides and even hurts for awhile even after removing the lid. Its almost like a pressure point or something because if I press close to my ear(towards cheek) I can duplicate that feeling. . Also have been told that I have the correct size helmet so I have no clue, need to fix the problem though
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I hadn't experienced anything like that.

My neck will get sore on longer rides then anything.
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walk it off pansy!
get a bigger bike!!! lol
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So is this caused by your helmet being to large or small? I get a pain around my ear as well and have tried earplugs. Only happens on long rides and even hurts for awhile even after removing the lid. Its almost like a pressure point or something because if I press close to my ear(towards cheek) I can duplicate that feeling. . Also have been told that I have the correct size helmet so I have no clue, need to fix the problem though


yes this is the exact problem i have been having..i dont know what to do lol
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