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Stay Gripped to Your Music with the iBikeConsole!

January 7, 2009

• Tempted to bring along your iPod Nano when going out for a bike ride because your favorite tunes can add so much fun to your trip and boost your performance?

• But changing songs or adjusting volume on your Nano while tackling corners on a bumpy trail is such a hassle, especially with gloves on.

• What about wirelessly controlling your Nano without moving your hands away from the grips?

• What if you can securely attach your Nano to a visible position on your bike so that rain and shock won’t do any harm to it?

• What about a remote control unit with glove-friendly keys?

• And how much more fun it would be to be able to check your speed, trip distance, and more** on the high quality Nano screen?

If that’s what you’re looking for, the iBikeConsole is designed for you!

• It provides a weather proof housing for your Nano.

• Shock-absorbing lining helps to minimize impact from road conditions.

• CrossLoc Universal tool-free mounting bracket attaches the Nano securely either on the handlebar or the stem of any sizes.

• Compatible with 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th generation iPod Nano.

• You don’t have to move your hands away from the grips to control your Nano.

• Main functions can be remote-controlled with a pair of grip-mounted Wireless Key Pads (Patented) made of silicon.

• Simply wrap the Key Pads around the grips/handlebar and you are ready to play and pause, change tracks and adjust volume while on the go.

• Large buttons can be easily operated even with gloves on.

• Use iPod Nano’s own battery.

• Convert your Nano screen into a Cycle Computer display by push of a button on the Key Pads.

• Memory chip stores Cycle Computer data after disconnecting Nano.

• Sturdy housing made of extra strong plastics.

• Easy installation. No need to download or install any software.

• Optional

NanoSpeaker delivers high quality stereo music without shutting your ears from ambient noise (highly recommended).