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Put some thrift store speakers on your helmet and blast some tunes! Using earphones is bad because you can't hear anything around you With some ext....
I was wandering through my local thrift store on a Saturday (not that it matters) and came across some speakers.The speakers I'm working with in this ...
I you don't want to have a big box hanging onto the side of your helmet, I'd suggest getting the real speakers out of the shell.BEFORE DOING ANYTHING:...
I decided to water proof mine, mostly because I like to bike in the rain.If you don't feel like it, then you don't have to.To make mine water proof, I...
Pretty Easy:Take some glueFind a nice place on the helmetglue the speakers onto the helmet.you're done.
I admit it : I don't always feel like listening to music while biking and iPods don't have the best battery life.So I got this amazing idea for stori...
I used the Jumbo popsicle sticks and hot glue to make a holder for the iPodYou might not have an iPod, good for you, you get to be creative and make u...
Have some fun with some biking and music!!!!
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