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    Mycyfi-Wireless Bike speakers

    http://www.mycyfi.com/index.html




    Looks pretty cool. I wonder what king of battery it uses.

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    jon bon stovie
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    you would think that it would be waterproof. unfortunately, their website neither confirms nor denies this.

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    ernok, you're quite right; it's useless if you jave to worry about every puddle or a few snowflakes. Nice idea, though. I like the placement, it has the potential to sound better than the speakers-in-a-bottle-cage sort of bike speakers.
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    I love it. If it is waterproof and the batteries are manageable I want one. I wonder if it accepts any mp3 player.
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    Senior Member yeamac's Avatar
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    Made for cyclists. Nice. However, the price is $149!!! I think I'll just jimmy rig a $15 unit instead.

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    I think I'd rather listen for what's happening on the road and for nature sounds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grayloon View Post
    I think I'd rather listen for what's happening on the road and for nature sounds.
    +1

    I take a little FM/AM/SW radio on tour.... But I don't turn it on until I get to the campsite.

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    I took an iPod on the TA and sent it home the first week. I do have to admit that I kind of wished I had it at times in Kansas though. Kansas can be mind numbing.

    Now that I have a shuffle that weighs just about nothing I might consider taking it loaded with audio books mostly for in camp. It would be lighter than one regular book, even with the charger. Any way I will stick with ear buds if I ever take it on tour.

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    i want
    they're just natural feelings like, walking off, to ride my bike

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