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How to Enjoy Music on a Motorcycle

Posted by on Apr 26, 2017

How to Enjoy Music on a Motorcycle

Going for a motorcycle ride certainly has its benefits. Riding a motorcycle allows you to clear your troubled thoughts, as you just enjoy the wind rushing by your face. Another benefit is that motorcycles now allow you to enjoy music while you ride. In the past, you would have only been able to listen to music while you rode in a car. However, recent improvements in equipment and technology has changed that. The following article discusses two different methods of how you can listen to music while riding on your motorcycle.

Ear Buds with Open Helmets

Open Face Helmet

 

As the name suggests, open face helmets leave your face exposed, and just cover your head. These have a looser feel than full face helmets, which tend to feel snugger around the face. Open face helmets allow you to wear ear buds comfortably. The best open face helmets for you will depend on your specific preferences. Some people definitely prefer this style of helmet because it allows them to hear their music while feeling the cool wind against their face. This feeling is definitely not the same if you were wearing a full face helmet. The major disadvantage with this method is the safety element that comes into play. Although open face helmets are very safe, they are considered to be less safe than full face helmets. It is true that they do not cover your face, however they do give you an increased amount of visibility.

Bluetooth Helmet

Bluetooth Helmet

Helmets have been added to the list of products that can incorporate Bluetooth technology. Riding on a motorcycle can still keep you connected at all times. While you are riding, you can get GPS directions, call a friend, or (most importantly) listen to your favourite tunes. This hands free technology is monumental for motorcycle lovers. With Bluetooth, you do not need to worry about ear buds falling out of your ear. You will need to play with the volume settings in order to find the perfect pitch for you. You may need to increase the sound in order to hear the music perfectly with the addition of the noisy wind. The major disadvantage of having a Bluetooth helmet is that you can easily get distracted. You are so connected to everything that you might get caught up in a dramatic phone call, or something similar. You will need to remember to keep your focus on the road.

Conclusion

Just because you ride a motorcycle does not mean that you need to give up your love for music. You can combine your two passions of motorcycle riding and listening to music. Ear buds with open face helmets and Bluetooth helmets are good alternatives for you. In the end, it all comes down to whichever method you prefer. If you would rather feel more of the wind in your face, you might be better suited to the ear bus with the open face helmet. Otherwise, Bluetooth may be your best bet.