Originally Posted by Jack4L
Oh yeah, forgot to add in that last post of mine. Even if your not going to be going fast on a bike, a windy day will make using a set of open air headphones pretty annoying. Unless they are small enough to not cause so much resistance/wear under a hood.
BTW do like grados myself- but only the lower end ones, would buy a set of SR80's if I could get them cheap enough. They're only sold as "audio snob" products over here for twice the price just because.
You can always get an Alessandro MS1 (100$ worldwide), which is a modified SR125. Probably the best deal in Grado-land.
Also, I personally use a Koss PortaPro for cycling. For what its worth, the wind is not particularly distracting, but then again, when I'm cycling I concentrate on the road and not on my music...