Option One: Yell
Ah, yes. You’re sure to waste a lot of energy yelling at the top of your lungs as your voice carries into the mountainside full of surrounding trees. Perhaps the cars rushing by while you’re on your bicycles will stop temporarily so that you can hear one another. Maybe your buddies have superhuman hearing, and they’ll be able to hear you over the torque of their Harley Davidson motorcycles as the wind whips through their ears. Come on, yelling is just not going to cut it. If there’s some kind of dangerous obstacle on the slopes, a change of course, or something stinky on the road, you probably want to notify your friends safely and quickly. And yelling is just not going to do the trick.
Option Two: Call
Cell phones really did make a lot of things easier. Reaching people in times of emergency (or making everything into an emergency) became faster and simpler. But how many of your snowboarding or skiing adventures have you wanted to stop suddenly to answer a phone call? You probably couldn’t do so safely with your hands on your bike’s handlebars. And you probably couldn’t hear a cell phone on a motorcycle unless you stopped the engine. Once again, communication in these situations is difficult and inconvenient.
Option Three: Bluetooth
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