music recommendations for cycling

bonj2

Guest
dick dale's surf guitar, when going downhill togged up in the dark and the rain :smile: :smile::tongue::becool: (especially 'pipeline' with stevie ray vaughan :smile: )
absolutely surreal... :blush::smile:
 

Elmer Fudd

Miserable Old Bar Steward
I find playing with my tuba is quite exciting when cycling !
 

marinyork

Resting in suspended Animation
Location
Logopolis
I find a cathedral organ usually works quite well downhill as you can go quite fast and can usually been seen and heard for miles around, especially when christmas decorations are put on it.
 

Big Bren

New Member
Location
Yorkshire
I'd opt for the same as RT, except mine goes to 11. You see, most blokes will be playing at 10. You’re on 10, all the way up...Where can you go from there? Nowhere. What I do, is if I need that extra push over the cliff...Eleven. One louder.
 

SamNichols

New Member
Location
Colne, Lancs
Big Bren said:
I'd opt for the same as RT, except mine goes to 11. You see, most blokes will be playing at 10. You’re on 10, all the way up...Where can you go from there? Nowhere. What I do, is if I need that extra push over the cliff...Eleven. One louder.
Can't you just make 10 louder?
 
These go up to 11.





:blush:
 

gambatte

Middle of the pack...
Location
S Yorks
I prefer not to supply my own music.

I can always listen to that from the chav in the souped up golf/escort, behind me.

Why's the sound system usually worth more than the car?
 
I like to experiment with varying the number of ice-cream sticks I put near my spokes, so as to get different beats and rhythms. And when they break, I simply buy another ice-cream. Bit of a bummer if they only sell Magnums' though! :blush:
Otherwise, if I don't shower I can hum a bit.
 
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