Last year, we went on 181 mile bike ride, or maybe it had been 187 miles, I do not remember. I was pretty tired (understatement, I couldn't stand up), and that point I don't think I cared when I finished. Yes, I'd totally bonked, which is the equivalent of hitting the wall whenever running a marathon, but on a bike. My butt was sore, my back had been sore, and my legs felt like rubber. Once I finally got down the bicycle, we fell over, and that was fine, as I was on the floor and i really could just lay out flat. Not just was that ride an ass flattener during my ride, there were times when it was quite boring as well.
Whenever riding long distances it's crucial to keep your bike lightweight, and perhaps that is why the iPod Nano is such a cool invention. Nevertheless, this indicates in my experience that it will be better yet if something could be incorporated into the bicycle itself. Probably the handlebars could become an antenna for satellite radio, or the device that is whole fit within the handlebars, an iPod bicycle as they say, yes, we'm sure the engineers in the research division at Apple have already considered this, as well as perhaps never have pursued it as a result of the small number of devices they could sell in the conclusion.
Still, it's not just about music either, on a solo long-distance bike ride as you get actually lonely out there by yourself. A hundred miles takes all day, if you are brave enough to go further, it seems to take forever, and there's little if any human conversation. Peoples interaction is something that people require. Therefore perhaps an ipod that is built-in or comparable system may have a series of audio companionship networks or features, such as for example;
TV News Segments
Random Conversations in Public
Background Ambience from a Coffee Shop
In the end, how times that are many you pay attention to your favorite song? People need human interaction, or least simulated interaction that is human think. It seems that someone should invent such a device, not just because I think it is a viable invention, and that it would sell quite well at bike shops across the country so I can buy one, and use it, or even test the prototype model for the inventor or innovator, but.