I love the house of pain, blasting and racing on yeah. long live the mp3 players(nano):thumbsup:
I don't typically see them do it in the typical XC format, but I've seen several of them do it in the Marathons.nrs_air said:No...it's pretty much looked down upon here, and I've never seen any of the pros do it so I don't, although I could see how it would help in a race. I listen only for long endurance type rides.
It's against NORBA rules. From the Norba rulebook....moab63 said:
the only time i've ever used music while i raced was in a 24 hr race. i had one ear bud in and found the music distracting and nearly hit a tree.moab63 said:
That's genius! I've got to remember that for cross season.Poncharelli said:Here in our Utah race series, there is a guy that uses an mp3 while racing but with no headphones.....instead he blasts little loud speakers that he puts he puts in his jersey pockets.
Just curious, where did you find this?BruceBrown said:It's against NORBA rules. From the Norba rulebook....
- No headphones, earbuds, or anything similar will be allowed on course during any race. It does not matter if it is a two-way radio, iPod, or a Walkman.