When you’re riding your motorcycle, it’s great to be able to take calls and listen to music easily and safely. The best earbuds for motorcycle riders allow you to do exactly this and will feel comfortable to wear in the process.
The good news is that these days the choice of motorcycle earbuds has never been better. There are options for every budget, and for every preferred listening experience.
Therefore, we’ve compiled a list of the 12 best earbuds currently available.
So, let’s take a closer look and find the perfect pair for you, starting with the…
- Top 12 Best Earbuds For Motorcycle You Should Buy Reviews
- 1 FOCUSPOWER F10 Mini Bluetooth Earbud Smallest Wireless Invisible Headphone – Best Budget Earbuds For Motorcycle
- 2 Bose QuietComfort 20 Acoustic Noise Cancelling Headphones, Apple Devices, Black – Best Sounding Earbuds For Motorcycle
- 3 IASUS XSound 3 High Definition Helmet Speakers – Best Earbuds For Audiophile Motorbikers
- 4 Plugfones Guardian In-Ear Earplug Earbud Hybrid – Noise Reduction In-Ear Headphones (Black) – Best Affordable Earbuds For Motorcycle
- 5 Sena SMH10-11 Motorcycle Bluetooth Headset / Intercom with Universal Microphone Kit (Single) – Best Earbuds For Motorcycle for Group Riding
- 6 Shure SE215-K Sound Isolating Earphones with Single Dynamic MicroDriver – Best Quality Earbuds For Motorcycle
- 7 Symphonized NRG 2.0 Wood Earbuds Wired – Best Affordable Bluetooth Earbuds For Motorcycle
- 8 Westone W30 Triple-Driver True-Fit Earphones with MMCX Audio Cable and 3 Button MFi Cable with Microphone – Best Earbuds for Motorcycle and Stage
- 9 Audio-Technica ATH-ANC23 QuietPoint Active Noise-Cancelling In-Ear Headphones – Best Earbuds For Motorcycle and Airlines
- 10 Avantree Apico Mini Bluetooth Earbud – Smallest Earbud For Motorcycle
- 11 Betron YSM1000 Earphones with Microphone and Volume Control – Best Super Affordable Earbuds For Motorcycle
- 12 Snug Phones wireless silicon BLUETOOTH ear plug headphones – Most Secure Earbuds For Motorcycle
- Best Earbuds For Motorcycle Buying Guide
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Top 12 Best Earbuds For Motorcycle You Should Buy Reviews
1 FOCUSPOWER F10 Mini Bluetooth Earbud Smallest Wireless Invisible Headphone – Best Budget Earbuds For Motorcycle
These are small and surprisingly inexpensive earbuds. But, they have plenty of features for the price. This even includes being able to connect to two separate smartphones at the same time.
The fit is comfortable and unobtrusive, mainly thanks to their ergonomic design. You can wear them for extended periods without them feeling irritable. You can choose between small, medium, or large ear tips to help get the perfect fit.
They operate using Bluetooth 4.1 and can connect to any Bluetooth device within 33 feet.
The sound is powerful, considering their size. It’s crisp and clear, which is another surprise given their affordable price point. Additionally, they sound reasonably well-balanced. And when you’re talking on the phone, voices come across well.
Excellent for a long ride…
Out of the box, you get some decent battery life. You can expect to get seven hours of listening time with the volume at 40%. If they’re turned to 11, then you can still expect to get four hours of battery life.
When talking, the battery life is equally impressive. You get up to eight hours on lower volumes and four and half hours on full volume. These are all great numbers.
A few months down the line, it’s not guaranteed that these kinds of levels will persist. This isn’t the case with every pair, but quite a few customers have reported a rapid drop off in battery life after a few months.
If this does happen then, we suggest that you reach out to FOCUSPOWER. They have a good customer service department and an excellent 18 months warranty that they stand by. If you experience any kind of problems, they’ll quickly hook you up with a replacement.
- Easy to secure a good fit.
- Balanced sound.
- Good battery life.
- Good customer service and warranty.
- Easy to lose the buds because they are so small.
- A possible fast drop-off in battery life.
- No noise canceling.
2 Bose QuietComfort 20 Acoustic Noise Cancelling Headphones, Apple Devices, Black – Best Sounding Earbuds For Motorcycle
As the most expensive earbuds on our list, it’s only reasonable to expect them to be the best in terms of both sound and quality. Since these are also Bose earbuds, if the sound is anything less than dazzling, you’d have every right to be disappointed.
So, just how good are they?
Pretty good, actually. Firstly we like the fit. They use their proprietary StayHear+ tips to secure them tightly but comfortably in your ear. In fact, you can listen to music or talk for hours without even realizing you’re using them.
However, despite all of this, some people may not get on with them. This is because the design means that you can’t loop the cables over your ears. If that’s how you like to wear your earbuds, then move on to the next review. These aren’t for you.
As far as the sound is concerned, we think they are going to be hard to beat. They are very well-balanced across the range and produce crystal clear highs with punchy deep bass while at the same time not overpowering the mids and lower mids.
This is a sound signature we can get on board with. But, if you prefer more dominating bass-driven music, like hip-hop, modern pop, and EDM, skip ahead. Again, these are not for you.
Cancel out the noise…
The Bose QuietComfort 20 are noise-canceling earbuds. They work brilliantly and can be easily switched from noise-canceling to ‘Aware’ mode at the touch of a button. It’s a great feature for when approaching busy sections of the road where you need to be fully aware of everything around you.
The cable from the right earbud has an inline controller that helps you take calls, or switch to music, change volumes or skip tracks. It’s easy and intuitive to use yet is small and unobtrusive.
A whole week’s worth…
Battery life is excellent, thanks to the fact that these are wired headphones. You get up to 16 hours. This for a lot of us; this makes up a whole week of commutes.
These are designed to work best with Apple products.
- Clear and deep sound.
- StayHear+ tips.
- Quality noise canceling.
- An easy to use controller.
- Earbud cable position.
3 IASUS XSound 3 High Definition Helmet Speakers – Best Earbuds For Audiophile Motorbikers
These are specially designed for motorcyclists who take their audio seriously.
The speakers fit inside the helmet using Velcro 3M pads that stay there once fitted. They should be installed on the inside of the helmet to face directly over the ears. Installation takes less than a few minutes, and once in place, they’re going nowhere.
The cables are strong and durable. They are reinforced and can withstand ten pounds of tension. This means when you take your helmet off; the cables won’t break.
The perfect size…
For those of you that might worry about the headphones interfering with the fit of your helmet… don’t! They are super thin, measuring just 9mm, so they won’t get in your way even with the tightest fitting of helmets.
There are detailed instructions that you should carefully follow to ensure the optimum placement of the headphones. If you don’t, a lot of the volume and clarity are liable to be lost. Be warned!
The quality of the audio is excellent. The headphones have a sensitivity ranging from 20Hz to 22,000Hz. They have an impedance rating of 60ohms and a sensitivity rating of 120dB.
All this translates into crisp highs and solid punchy bass to rival most over the ear headphones. You get all of this without having the discomfort of anything in your ears. Nice.
A complete system…
They can be used with a bunch of accessories, which include an IASUS throat mic, Stealth Bluetooth headsets, mobile amps, and REKON motorcycle comms.
If you find the volume insufficient, then you may need an amplifier to increase it. Additionally, if you’re regularly fielding calls or you want more control over your phone and music, then a Stealth Bluetooth headset is a good add-on option.
- No direct contact with the ear.
- Easy to install.
- Good audio quality.
- Compatible with accessories.
- Additional amplification may be needed.
- Require accessory to use with Bluetooth.
4 Plugfones Guardian In-Ear Earplug Earbud Hybrid – Noise Reduction In-Ear Headphones (Black) – Best Affordable Earbuds For Motorcycle
Plugfones Guardian In-Ear Earplug competes at the budget end of the market.
These are no-nonsense earbuds. They are wired and have no controls or Bluetooth compatibility, either. This means there’s no battery life to worry about and pretty much nothing at all to go wrong. We’re sure you’ll agree, not bad qualities for any earbuds regardless of price.
What you do get is a pair of excellent noise suppressing earphones. The shape of the earbuds is very similar to earplugs. In fact, most motorcyclists will be very familiar with this kind of style.
Their shape makes them first-rate at passively blocking out external noise whilst delivering quality audio. The level of noise suppression allows you to enjoy your music without distractions from environmental noise. It’s an undoubted immersive experience.
Budget price, budget functionality…
However, one of the issues is that it can be just a little too immersive as there’s no way, other than pulling out the earbuds, to bring back noise from outside. There’s no way to control volume or skip tracks or receive calls either.
When you’re riding your bike, and you come into a busy area, it’s not unreasonable to want earbuds that can be quickly switched to let in the noise. These are, therefore, not ideal from a potential safety aspect.
The earplugs fit right at the end of the earbuds. The cool thing is that once the earplugs become worn out, they can be easily replaced. It’s a great feature that improves their longtime durability.
The sound quality for such an inexpensive pair of earbuds is surprisingly good. The bass is full and prominent and very much in keeping with modern music listening trends. It can, at times, overpower the mids, but thankfully the highs still come through clearly.
- High levels of noise suppression.
- Replaceable earplugs.
- No Bluetooth connectivity.
- No way to cancel the noise suppression.
5 Sena SMH10-11 Motorcycle Bluetooth Headset / Intercom with Universal Microphone Kit (Single) – Best Earbuds For Motorcycle for Group Riding
These are possibly the best earbuds for motorcycle riders riding in a group. They are great for long rides. They can be used as either a single unit or as a pair if you’re riding with a pillion or friends and want to easily share chats. The headset includes two speakers, a Bluetooth controller, and a microphone.
The Bluetooth controller should be mounted on the outside of the helmet. It has a rotary wheel that can easily control volume, pause, and skip tracks, plus it can receive and reject calls.
The Sena SMH10-11 Motorcycle Bluetooth Headset can even carry out four-way conversations with riding buddies up to a distance of 900 meters. But best of all, you can carry on your chatting even if your pals don’t have a Sena device. This is because it’s compatible with all major intercom units.
The speakers fix to the inside of the helmet using 3M tape. When placing them, it’s important to fit them in exactly the right spot in relation to the ear. Carefully following the manufacturer’s instructions is essential.
Once in place, you get high quality and loud audio. The volume is more than sufficient for just about every circumstance. The noise-canceling feature also ensures that whether you’re on a call, talking with your riding buddies, or listening to music, it will be an immersive experience.
You get a generous 12 hours of talk or listening time. Additionally, you get up to ten days of standby time. That’s more than fair, and we can’t complain about that.
- Easy to use the Bluetooth controller.
- Ability to talk simultaneously with four people.
- Compatible with all major intercom systems.
- Long battery life.
- High quality.
- Effective noise-canceling feature.
6 Shure SE215-K Sound Isolating Earphones with Single Dynamic MicroDriver – Best Quality Earbuds For Motorcycle
These are one of the most popular pair of noise-canceling earbuds on the market. They have high noise-isolating capabilities that can cut out the excesses of wind and traffic sounds. In fact, they block out 37dB of unwanted noise.
The earbuds come in small, medium, and large. They have foam sleeves and an ergonomic shape to secure the best and most comfortable fit. This assists in passively blocking out even more unwanted external sounds and distractions.
Switch out the cables…
One of the key features is the removable cables. These can be easily replaced if they become worn or damaged. You can replace them with Shure’s own cables or less expensive, no brand alternatives.
The model we’re reviewing has no Bluetooth compatibility or controller or microphone. However, don’t worry. One of the strengths of this system is that the cable can be replaced with one of Shure’s own Bluetooth options. We’re sure you’ll agree it’s a very useful upgrade.
If you are keen on non-wired and Bluetooth earbuds, the good news is that the SE215 series can cater to this too. It looks like Shure has you covered, regardless of how you like to listen.
So, what about the sound?
One of Shure’s major strengths is its audio quality. Like Bose, they’ve built a reputation and business around high-quality audio. By this measure, the Shure SE215-K Sound Isolating Earphones don’t disappoint.
They deliver detailed sound together with enhanced bass that suits modern and classic listening alike. The bass doesn’t unnecessarily dominate the other frequencies though remains punchy and ever-present.
The earbuds come in a soft carrying case that ensures tangle-free storage.
- Detachable cables.
- The earbuds can be upgraded to Bluetooth capability.
- Comfortable kit.
- Strong noise-canceling capability.
- Good audio quality.
- The cable is short.
7 Symphonized NRG 2.0 Wood Earbuds Wired – Best Affordable Bluetooth Earbuds For Motorcycle
If you’re looking for a pair of affordable wired, Bluetooth earbuds, then look no further. Symphonized NRG 2.0 Wood Earbuds can provide you plenty of useful features and decent audio quality at a very reasonable price.
One of the first things you notice is that the ends of the earbuds are made from handcrafted wood. It’s a real standout and differentiates it from the alternatives. Frankly, they look beautiful!
An enjoyable ride…
The earbuds sit at the end of tangle-free cables. At the very end of the earbuds are long silicone in-ear plugs that sit deep in the inner ear to help isolate you from unwanted environmental noise. Together with their noise-canceling features, you can ride your motorcycle oblivious to wind noise and traffic.
These are Bluetooth compatible and have all the usual controls, including a microphone that sits on an inline controller. We have to commend Symphonized for making the controller so slim. The profile is so small, it’s unbelievable. It does make it a little fiddly to use, but it’s worth it.
The ultimate in chic…
The overall look of the earbuds is very stylish. The choice of contrasting colors and the handcrafted wood make them pop. This is all very distinctive and pleasantly appealing.
The audio quality is decent too. You get crisp vocals and clear highs with plenty of bass. Probably a little too much bass for some. However, if you like hip-hop, EDM, or other modern genres of music, we don’t think you will complain.
- Unique handcrafted earbuds.
- Tangle-free cable.
- Earplugs for deep in the ear.
- Bluetooth compatible.
- Slim Bluetooth controller
- Good value.
- The controller is fiddly to use.
8 Westone W30 Triple-Driver True-Fit Earphones with MMCX Audio Cable and 3 Button MFi Cable with Microphone – Best Earbuds for Motorcycle and Stage
These are for the true audiophiles and musicians who are seriously into their music. They can be used as earphones on stage or in the studio, but they’re just as awesome for motorcyclists too.
At the heart of the earphones are the triple drive speakers with three-way crossovers. They are carefully designed to produce crystal clear and sophisticated detail over all frequencies. The sound is, for the most part, uncolored, which makes them great for use as monitor earphones.
A natural response…
On your bike, you’ll hear music that musicians and producers intended you to hear. These are perfect for enjoying music with high levels of detail without being swamped by bass. The relatively neutral sound profile is unlikely to suit people who like to listen to bass-driven music such as hip-hop or EDM but will be suitable for anyone else.
The earbuds come with two separate cables, which are replaceable, and an array of soft comfort-foam ear tips. Once in place, you can be sure of a secure and comfortable fit. They isolate you from external noise and are perfect for long rides when all you want is to concentrate on the music… and the road, of course!
A quality wired design…
Both cables come with an inline controller. It has a high-quality microphone built-in as well as all the usual controls to organize and playback your music.
The earbuds are not Bluetooth compatible, which for some, might be a deal-breaker. However, it does mean you lose none of the data or listening experience. Plus, you don’t have all the bothersome battery life and recharging to worry about.
Take your ride to the next listening level…
For bikers who want to take their listening experience to the highest level, these are a great option. They are every bit as good, if not better, than anything either Bose or Sennheiser has to offer.
- Excellent audio quality.
- Triple drivers.
- Two detachable cables are included.
- Good noise isolation.
- Very comfortable.
- No Bluetooth compatibility.
9 Audio-Technica ATH-ANC23 QuietPoint Active Noise-Cancelling In-Ear Headphones – Best Earbuds For Motorcycle and Airlines
The Audio-Technica ATH-ANC23 earbuds have plenty of features that motorcyclists are sure to like. Although they’re not specifically designed for motorcyclists, they very well could have been.
90% noise reduction…
The first thing we like is that they are equipped with Active Noise Technology that enables them to reduce external distracting noise and sounds by a whopping 90%. This is perfect for blocking out unwanted noise while you’re riding your bike.
All the noise-canceling black magic takes place in the controller. The noise-canceling is undoubtedly effective, but the size of the controller is ridiculous. It’s massive. It’s the complete opposite of the slimline Symphonized controller. Honestly, we don’t think they could have made a controller any bigger if they’d have tried. And they certainly seem to have given it a go.
However, there could be a catch…
The earbuds are wired, and they are not interchangeable. One of the potential negatives is that the weight of the controller could pull on the connections and break. Since the cables can’t be replaced, it inevitably places a question mark over their durability.
More positively, using the controller to field calls or organize and listen to music is all good. Happily, the quality of the audio is also good, when the price of the earbuds is considered.
What’s in the box?
Included in the kit, you get a selection of soft end ear tips, so getting a good fit and seal is relatively easy. You also get a soft case and an airline plug adaptor. That’s not something you see every day, and it’s a thoughtful and very welcome accessory.
- Good noise-canceling.
- Clear audio.
- An airline plug adaptor is included.
- Easy to use controller.
- The controller is the size of a brick.
10 Avantree Apico Mini Bluetooth Earbud – Smallest Earbud For Motorcycle
This is an affordable wireless Bluetooth earbud.
It’s a tiny earbud that weighs just .013oz. It has an extremely low profile and sits comfortably but also securely in the ear. It doesn’t ever feel like it’s going to fall out, but at the same time, it doesn’t ever become irritable during long rides.
It’s fortunate that it does fit so securely since if it did fall out, it could be hard to find. It is always one of the downsides of using a mini wireless earbud.
Loads of great features…
The earbud can connect to all Bluetooth devices. All the controls are on the outer casing. It has a battery indicator, you can pair devices, listen to music, and take GPS instructions. It also has a built-in mic, so you’re able to take calls.
This is all positive, but not so good is the fact that it doesn’t have noise-canceling. By their own admission, it also doesn’t perform well at speeds over 80kph or in noisy environments. For a motorcyclist, this kind of makes it a poor choice.
Mono is not the best option…
Additionally, since there is only a single earbud, it’s not great for listening to music either. In fact, it’s not even very good for use with GPS since you can’t change the volume.
It’s not a bad earbud, but there are plenty of other options that give you dual earbuds and stereo listening, with the same features, for the same price. For a little extra, you can also get noise-canceling, which for motorcycle riders we think is crucial. This omission on its own is a real deal-breaker for us.
- Tiny profile.
- Bluetooth compatible.
- Built-in mic.
- Single earbud only.
- No noise canceling.
- Not a good option for listening to music.
11 Betron YSM1000 Earphones with Microphone and Volume Control – Best Super Affordable Earbuds For Motorcycle
These are wired earbuds and the least expensive on our list. They could be the best earbuds for motorcycle riders looking for feature-packed listening on a budget. That’s, of course, providing you can live without Bluetooth.
They fit deep inside the ear and have high levels of noise isolation. And they feel secure when in situ and you have the back-up of them being wired in the unlikely event one of them falls out.
Love low frequencies?
They have plenty of volume and plenty of bass. The 9.2 mm neodymium drivers will ensure that you get an earful of bass. Though the Betron YSM1000 Earphones are not all about the bass, they are still quite bass-heavy.
It doesn’t affect the highs too much as these still come through with a fair level of detail. However, the bass can overwhelm the middle frequencies and particularly the lower middle frequencies. They can feel exciting to listen to and will suit listening to bass-driven and modern styles of music. But if you want high amounts of clarity in your listening, these won’t be for you.
Excellent value for the money…
Despite some drawbacks, the overall quality is still good for the price. They have non-tangle cables, gold plated connectors, and a good quality controller. These are things you wouldn’t normally expect to find at this price-point.
The controller has a mic built-in and allows you to do all the things you’d expect. Namely, you can receive calls, pause, play and skip tracks as well as change the volume.
They come in a carrying case with a selection of different sized ear tips.
- Gold plated connectors.
- Tangle-free cable.
- Strong bass.
- No Bluetooth.
- The sound lacks detail in the mids.
12 Snug Phones wireless silicon BLUETOOTH ear plug headphones – Most Secure Earbuds For Motorcycle
The Snug phones have a silicone sports style earbud that fits directly into the ear. It’s tight, and a snug fit that’s going to stay put. These are some of the best earbuds for motorbike riders when it comes to ensuring a secure fit.
They have a heavy-duty cord connecting the two earbuds. It’s a great design that reduces the chances of accidentally losing one of the earbuds while you’re on your bike.
The Snug phones are 4.1 Bluetooth compatible and have all the controls and microphone on the large inline controller. This is quite large, though still not quite as large as the Audio-Technica ATH-ANC23 brick-sized controller. But what could be?
Despite the relatively large controller, we are confident that the cord won’t wear prematurely because of the weight. The cord looks robust will withstand some serious punishment both on and off the bike.
The Snug earbuds are also IPX67 rated, so they should stand up to plenty of sweat too.
Goes the distance…
The battery life is respectable. You get between 8 to 12 hours of continuous music playtime, depending on the volume. We think that’s plenty and should get you through even the longest of rides.
The sound is delivered through micro speakers that go right into the ear canal. Together with the tight fit, you get stacks of noise isolation that’s so important when riding a motorcycle. Even riding a larger and more powerful bike, the noise of the engine and wind noise will struggle to get through.
- IPX67 rated.
- High levels of noise isolation.
- Strong and durable.
- Quality cord.
- Short cord.
- Controller os a little heavy.
Best Earbuds For Motorcycle Buying Guide
Let’s start by discussing Noise Isolation, which can either be…
Active noise canceling involves some kind of black magic electronic wizardry to block out unwanted sound. It works by collecting sound from an inbuilt microphone. This, in turn, feeds back the signal and cancels out the background noise.
It‘s all very clever stuff and has the effect of substantially cutting out environmental noise, such as traffic or wind. It’s a great feature that allows you to more easily carry out phone calls or listen to music without unwanted distractions.
In terms of recommendations, the…
…both have excellent active noise canceling.
This is altogether very different from active noise canceling. Passive noise isolation relies on the earbuds or headphones, creating a physical seal in relation to the inner ear. This allows only the sound from the speakers to be heard.
The earbuds that do this are like a pair of earplugs with a speaker attached on the end. It’s a simple but effective design. The…
…is a good choice if you need high passive noise isolation.
A combination of both…
You can, of course, use a combination of these two methods to reduce the amount of external noise. In fact, most earbuds do exactly that. But having high levels of noise-canceling and noise isolation is not always a good thing.
When you’re riding a bike on longer journeys, there will always be a time when it’s great to get involved in listening to music or concentrate on incoming calls. However, in a busy town or city, this might not be such a good thing.
Back to reality…
Having all your senses about you is important when you’re on wheels. Being able to quickly turn off the level of noise reduction can therefore be very useful. Some earbuds with noise-canceling have an on/off switch for this purpose, like on the Bose earbuds.
If you’re using just passive noise isolation earphones, the only real alternative is to turn off the music or end your call.
Wired or Wireless?
Wired models, despite being seen as old-fashioned, by some, still have plenty of advantages.
Firstly, you’re not relying on a Bluetooth signal to transfer data. This means that the chances of an interrupted signal are virtually non-existent. Plus, you’re also likely to get a better quality signal and a better listening experience.
Wired earbuds also don’t rely on batteries to keep transferring data. This means you’ll either use no battery at all or significantly less if you’re using Bluetooth for other purposes.
Another advantage is that you’re less likely to lose the earbuds. Finally, and for a lot of people, the major advantage is that they are less expensive than their non-wired counterparts.
Non-wired earbuds, on the other hand, have the advantage of not having cables getting in the way. They are easy to carry and easy to store. Plus, they will connect with devices that don’t have a headphone socket.
One further advantage is that they can be used at a greater distance from the device. This leaves you to more freely move your head when on the bike. Additionally, when off the bike, you can still continue to listen to music or take calls when you’re walking around.
If you want to make things simple, then stick to something like a pair of…
These are wired and don’t need batteries, so you can listen until the battery on your phone finally gives up.
Wired headphones like the…
…have Bluetooth and can play for as long as 16 hours. On the other end of the scale, if you use wireless headphones, a realistic battery time can be as little as just four hours.
The best earbuds for motorbike riders are the most comfortable; these tend to be lightweight and also have a lower profile. The fact is that lightweight, low profile earbuds don’t feel as irritable or noticeable over longer rides.
A lot of riders also find non wired earbuds to be more comfortable since there are no cables to pull down on the earbuds.
Finding a comfortable earbud is a personal thing. However, it’s worth checking that whatever earbuds you’re thinking of buying also have a good range of different sized silicone tips. The difference between sizes could make the difference between securing a good fit and feeling downright uncomfortable.
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So, what are the Best Earbuds For Motorcycle?
So, there you have it. A wide selection of 12 of the best motorcycle earbuds.
It’s great to be able to listen to music or take calls when you’re riding your bike. This is even more so on longer journeys. Being able to do so whilst feeling comfortable and enjoying a quality audio experience is equally important.
On this measure, we are particularly impressed with the…
…and consequently, they are our top pick.
Despite being one of the least expensive in our review, the handcrafted wooden finish makes them the best looking by far. We also like the tangle-free cable, their Bluetooth capability, and the slimline controller.
In short, these are great value earphones.
Happy riding and listening.