Fourth set of Extra's - Music on the move
Sometimes I want to listen to a radio on
the move so I use a
Sony Radio
SRF-M37L
.  The Sony is surprisingly
water resistant.   Battery life is an amazing
20 hours from one AAA battery.  
To my knowledge no one supplies an
RDS equipped radio suitable for a bike
except Honda who have a part for the Pan
European at £500+.  Ouch!
I attach the little Sony to the fuel cap with
Velcro and tune in the main BBC Radio 1
and Radio 2 presets (In the UK every 30
miles the channel frequency changes on
FM)
When riding my Tiger I prefer to listen to music on the move, same as when driving a car.  I find that it helps me concentrate.  I usually play MP3's through
my Satnav.
My Wunderlich Evo
Handlebar bag
offers
space for the MP3, Camera,
phone, wallet, MP3 etc.  It
even has an organiser built
in to the lid.  I got mine from
Balderston's the BMW
dealer in Peterborough.  Not
waterproof.  I rarely ride
without it.
A Dry Bag from Amazon is great for
ensuring that  Cameras, MP3's etc stay
dry on a long trip.  This bag 3.5mm socket
on the outside.
Audi Technica Noise cancelling
headphones
are just amazing.  I have
recently bought these
ANC23 units
priced around £50.  A stunning
headphone in it's own right, even better
when used on a bike, in a plane or on a
train.
On long bike trips it is hard to keep Mobile
Phones and MP3 players charged so I
bought a Technet Dual Port EP380 5000ma
battery extender.  I can charge it while I ride
from a mini USB lead.  Off the bike It will
recharge my Galaxy S2 phone and my MP3
simultaneously.  It has enough juice to
recharge my phone twice from flat. Many
other uses.
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