A Bike Ride is Even More Epic Because When You Have Bike Speakers May 19 2016

Nothing compares to a nice bike ride to help recover from the stressors of life. Well, maybe a bike ride while listening to your favorite music coming from a high quality speaker. Nothing beats that for sure. 

But did you know that it hasn't always been as easy as it is today. let me tell you a sad story. You see, those of us who grew up in the 1970s and 1980s didn’t have small high quality bike speakers we could easily adjust, reconfigure or remove if we were in a shady area. Oh no, if we wanted to listen to music while on a bike ride, we had to improvise.

 

 

Luckily for you, it is 2016 and technology has finally caught up to our music loving spirits. Instead of engineering some epic speaker system for your bike to get the highs and lows inherent to high quality sound, now all you need is CruZen Tunes. 

CruZen Tunes provides the same high quality sound as more expensive bluetooth systems for a fraction of the cost ($80). And it comes with the most secure universal smartphone holder on the market. Keep going you say. Not only can you remove CruZen Tunes quickly from your bike in order to charge it, you can also safely secure it to the bike to minimize theft. (Every CruZen Tunes come with a key chain hex tool and fastening bolt).

Im sure there is someone out there thinking that CruZen Tunes couldn't have anymore features could it. I mean, all my $200 JBL Pulse does besides play music, is light up. Well, only one person in the entire world, it does come with more features and they're not useless lights. How about a microphone to provide the rider the ability for 2-way communication with their mobile device. Our CruZen Speaker also has a mini SD slot for those of you don't want to be slaves to the phone.

If you enjoy riding and you enjoy music then do yourself a favor and get CruZen Tunes. In fact, buy your friends one while you're at it. CruZen Tunes offers a 100% money back guarantee for the first 30 days and a one year manufacture warranty for any defects not attributed to you. What do you have to lose?