Riding your bike can be a great thrill in itself at times, but it can also be nice to have some cycling headphones to listen to music, podcasts and more with at the same time.
Here are five of the best wireless sport earbuds, perfect for using while cycling (although make sure, of course, that you can still hear your own surroundings at the same time in case of emergency, either by only using one earbud at once or by using earphones with an ‘ambient noise’ setting):
The only official headphones of choice by England Athletics, this ‘open-ear’ design from AFTERSHOKZ makes them even safer for running, cycling and driving.
Available in either black, blue, grey, red or ‘canyon red’, these earphones come with a portable storage case which prevents your device from bumps and scratches, is fitted with Bluetooth 4.2, and has a battery life of six hours.
What’s more, its Trekz Titanium wraparound headband is lightweight and flexible, designed to provide you with maximum comfort, while its PremiumPitch+ feature guarantees a superb audio quality, and its LeakSlayer function reduces natural sound leakage by 75 per cent.
Available in black, white or yellow, these top wireless earbuds from Samsung sync easily to your smartphone, smartwatch and tablets through Bluetooth, and deliver a supreme, clear sound quality for good measure.
I still use the original Galaxy Buds, which are great. But with the PLUS model, they’ve boosted battery life to a whopping 11 hours and have significantly improved the ambient sound features and built-in (they’re also available in this beautiful blue colour, as well as black and white).
They’re incredible intuitive, with great battery life and are extremely easy to use. And they look pretty cool too.
And if you’re on your bike, then fear not, because these buds come with its own ‘Ambient Mode’ setting, which can be activated with a single tap, so you won’t cut yourself off from what’s around you when you put these in your ears.
A soft yet strong design, these are perhaps the best wireless Bluetooth earbuds buds, and they form perfectly according to the shape of your ears, promising you a perfect fit, as well.
The most expensive on the list but certainly the most hi-tech, these ‘Powerbeats’ cycling earphones from Beats by Dr. Dre offer you as much as nine hours of listening time (and more than 24 hours with charging case), and are among the best headphones for cycling.
Whether in black, ivory, moss or navy, these high-performance wireless earphones boast a seriously slick design, too, with adjustable, secure-fit ear hooks designed for ease and comfort as you cycle with them.
And that’s not all. Its reinforced design makes it sweat and water-resistant, which will come in handy during more taxing cycles, and each earbud has its own volume and track controls, as well voice capability and auto-play and pause buttons.
Perhaps you can’t quite justify spending as much on earphones as the three pricier models above. If that’s the case, then why not try out this design from ENACFIRE for just £39.99?
‘Enacfire Future’ offers you a built-in high-quality audio chip, so you can still hear your music clearly even less tranquil environments – again, ideal for cyclists. Its comfortable material offers a perfect into your ear, with no irritation or need to adjust.
It also possesses any impressive signal, with Bluetooth range of up to 20m, while its portable charging cabin gives you as much as 14 extra hours of play, on top of its standard four hours maximum playtime on a single charge.
Finally, the cheapest option but by no means a poor investment, this model from Mpow will cost you a mere £15.99, but rest assured, they’re still good quality earphones, without a doubt.
In either ‘pure grey’ (£16.99) or black, they offer you a brilliant battery life of up to 12 hours, while its IPX7 SweatGuard technology protects them from sweat and affords them a longer lifespan, making them ideal for many forms of physical exercise, not just cycling. And thanks to its Premium CSR chip, you can enjoy a high-definition stereo sound and full range high-quality audio, through flexible, comfortable ear hooks that not only work great, but look great, too.
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