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REVIEW | Shokz's OpenRun Pro earphones make riding with a playlist safer

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Shokz’s OpenRun Pro earphones will change everything you know about riding with music. (Photo: R24)
Shokz’s OpenRun Pro earphones will change everything you know about riding with music. (Photo: R24)

Few things are more mindful in life than riding along an isolated dirt road, devoid of traffic. And in South Africa, there are many such roads.

These wonderfully un-trafficked logistical arteries crisscross rural South Arica. And with the growing popularity of gravel biking, more riders are venturing onto uncrowded rural dirt roads. For the serenity and the safety they offer.

But even the most introverted riders will admit to favouring some accompanying acoustics. Cycling earphones can provide hours of inspiring playlists or podcasting on the open road. But finding a pair of earphones that work properly, and remain in place without causing pain or annoyance, can be challenging.

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