Last year, I went on 181 mile bike ride, or maybe it absolutely was 187 miles, I don't 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 had totally bonked, which will be the same as hitting the wall surface whenever running a marathon, but on a bike. My butt ended up being sore, my back was sore, and my legs felt like plastic. I fell over, and that was fine, as I was on the ground and I could just lay out flat when I finally got off the bike. Not just was that ride an ass flattener during my ride, there have been times whenever it had been quite boring as well.
When 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, it appears if you ask me that it might be even better if one thing could be integrated into the bike itself. Perhaps the handlebars could become an antenna for satellite radio, or the whole device could fit within the handlebars, an iPod bicycle as we say, yes, we'm sure the designers in the research division at Apple have already considered this, and perhaps never have pursued it as a result of small number of units they could sell in the conclusion.
Still, it isn't just about music either, as you can get actually lonely out there all on your own on a solo long-distance bike ride. One hundred miles takes all day, for those who are brave enough to go further, it seems to take forever, and there is little if any human relationship. Human interaction is something that people need. Consequently perhaps a built-in ipod, or comparable system may have a series of audio companionship networks or features, such as for instance;
TV News Segments
Random Conversations in Public
Background Ambience from a Coffee Shop
All things considered, how many times can you listen to your preferred song? People need individual interaction, or least simulated human relationship we think. It seems that some one should invent such a device, not only so I can find one, and use it, if not test the prototype model for the creator or innovator, but because We believe it is a viable invention, and so it would offer quite well at bike shops across the country.