One of our medics has one of those, it was hilarious we were riding up on scene and opening trails to the sweet tunes of dance mix 95 last week. It was equally funny to see kids looking around super confused to figure out where those beats were coming from and hear them humming shit in lift lines later.
RIP-my ACL, MCL, Meniscus, and tendon in neck...oh and my season, job, trip to New Zealand...etc
To have a great adventure and survive requires good judgment. Good judgment comes from experience. And experience, of course, is the result of poor judgment
i can't imagine riding dh with headphones on (i'd probably end up dying in some sort of horrific accident involving slamming into another rider and tumbling off a 200 ft. cliff), but earbuds would probably be your best bet.
Shut the fuck up.
"tell them there's a chicken train coming every 30 minutes to pick them up. i'm not even black and i'd be on that train every day."
Shit that would hard... but not to say I haven't done it haha
From just riding around a pump track and screwing around buds work the best. Problem that I found though is that if your wearing a full face and sweat sometimes the sweat gets in the buds and distorts the sound.