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post #11 of 13 (permalink) Old 04-17-2008, 04:56 AM
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i dont even think its legal to drive a car and listen to earphones. i did it a couple of times back in the day on my bike. i found it distracting and i couldnt hear things that i needed to like i should. or maybe i just had the volume to loud?
I'm with 954's ancient post here. Since I wear earplugs to save my hearing I couldn't wear MP3 player earphones anyway. And hearing the bike makes it easy to know what gear she's in and when a shift change is coming up.

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post #12 of 13 (permalink) Old 03-31-2011, 09:23 AM
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never ever listen to music with earphones on . Coz you won't be hearin any horn , if somebody is blowin it behind you . But you can listen to you music in your car , at medium volume .


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personally i think listening to music can distract you from fully concentrating on the road.

As a BRAND NEW RIDER...I really DO try to ride Safe and responsible when I'm out there so I've elected NOT to just for that reason. Plus, I would imagine my music would sound so INCREDIBLY LOUD every time I came to a stop sign or stop light to compensate over the engine noise of my 750. Furthermore...I kinda like the way my bike sounds when I take off from a stop sign/stop light. The sound of it revving and whatnot. No need for music for me while riding but that's just me.
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