Cycling to Music - Against Etiquette?

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Re: Cycling to Music - Against Etiquette?

Postby sogood » Wed Dec 07, 2011 4:29 pm

il padrone wrote:Haven't used the music player much in the past few years - just got sick of faffing about with the lead setting it up etc.

That's where iPod shuffle (or similar MP3 player) comes in. Simple, no set up, just clip it to the jersey. I find having some background music is good for those long rides and the rhythm helps me keeping the cadence. I turn it on or off as circumstance dictates.
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Re: Cycling to Music - Against Etiquette?

Postby markusm » Wed Dec 07, 2011 6:24 pm

So then...... tri ing hard..... hope we have helped :D

Looks like the etiquette is............. neither here nor there!
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Re: Cycling to Music - Against Etiquette?

Postby sogood » Wed Dec 07, 2011 7:27 pm

markusm wrote:Looks like the etiquette is............. neither here nor there!

About that... It's all in the detail.
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