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Cycling Bib With Built-in MP3 player

I'll admit I slammed the makers of the Lederhosen with integrated iPod controls for making something so silly, but I do see where this Multisensor cycling bib with a built-in MP3 player could come in handy. Well, maybe if you're Lance Armstrong or Jake Gyllenhaal.

The device, which costs a staggering $499, features the MP3 player, Bluetooth compatibility, 16 hours of storage for Mp3 encoded files, special Direct-Vent rear panel that provides ventilation under jersey pockets and an ergonomic panel design.

While it looks a tad goofy, that seems to be the trend when it comes to cycling wear, so I am pretty sure true cyclists will be more excited about the functions on this one than its dashing look.

Me thinks Jake needs one for his next ride with Lance and Matthew. Or, they could just buy new shuffles.

Source: Crave

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Lyv Lyv 8 years
What, are iPod armbands not good enough now? Why do people keep coming up with this stuff. :/
koolbr33z3 koolbr33z3 8 years
This is a pass for me.
DASO DASO 8 years
it's not a good Idea to listen music when yiu drive a bike, but I like the idea.
Leopardcc Leopardcc 8 years
I think that is a really good idea!
alillee alillee 8 years
this is pretty cool. i would probably use it if i did this kinda thing.
beingtazim beingtazim 8 years
thats kinda cute! i wonder what Fit thinks of this outfit? its interesting for sure. i wonder how easy it is to change the songs etc when one is cycling.
Temporallobe9 Temporallobe9 8 years
I saw this on Crave and in a Triathlon magazine. To the defense of the product, I must say when training for a triathlon you spend alot of hours on you bike, your feet and in the pool. I have an Ipod I use on the bike, and the run but don't use it when I swim. Either in the pool, or in the Ocean. Why I like the product, you can wear it under you swim suit, and when you peal that off and jump on your bike and then run (yes we run in outfits like this) you can take your tunes with you the whole time. Trust me us Triathletes are a wierd group and sometimes I don't want to talk to anyone else. The only thing I don't like is that I can't put my Ipod on it. I have to download all my music all over again. Plus it's not cheap!! This would not be used everyday but doing an Ironman I could see it being used.
SkinnyMarie SkinnyMarie 8 years
Im a cyclist and come from a family of cyclists. These look like your typical bibs! Its the fashion because if you ride a road bike you will appreciate that padding! As for the MP3 part. I don't think that is wise. I got into an accident last year on my bike (on a trail) because of a runner with his mp3 blasting and didn't hear me coming and he meandered right into my bike causing me to fly. I now have a scar on my leg. Thanks careless runner!
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