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Old 05-04-20, 10:17 AM
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Ironfish653
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If itís a solo road ride, like a commute, or just getting some miles in, Iíll often have music. Picking songs with the right tempos can also help you hold a particular pace or cadence.
When I do, itís only one ear, usually the curb side, depending if Iím riding or running.

If its any any kind of group (2 or more) or a high traffic situation, like downtown, then Iíll ditch the headphones.

The pair i use for cycling has has an over-the-ear hook, so it doesnít need to seal tightly, and the volume/pause controls are right on the pod, so I donít need to fumble around for a cord or the phone to turn it down or off. (Or louder )
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