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Top-9 Best Bluetooth Bike Speakers: bicycle, street bike, road and mountain bike

Things are looking up when there’s the best bike Bluetooth speaker on your handlebar 🚴 Your top-9 options are covered right here, so read on to equip your bicycle with some loud waterproof system 🔊

By: Aleksey Makohon Date: 04 / 12, 2021 Updated: 29.04.2021, video review added
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There are only two types of people: dedicated audiophiles looking to cycle with music and those who hate them. Considering that you’ve just landed here to delve into the best bike speakers, you must be the first type. So are we.

You can call the other type of folks old-fashioned. But the point is, their concerns about you cycling while listening to music are fairly reasonable. Whether you’re into freestyle BMX or commuting to your office by bike, you need all five senses. Hearing is just as crucial as sight to stay safe and avoid becoming an impending danger to people around you.

Bike speakers are like a trade-off between the two sides. Although not as deafening as wireless buds, these portable audio systems can be quite loud. On the other hand, they don’t “cut off” surroundings so that you can stay aware of other bikers, cars, and passers-by.

Okay, everybody is fine with bike-mount speakers. Now it’s time to find the one that is worth taking with you on your next ride. Don’t procrastinate when the best bluetooth bicycle speakers in 2021 pop out as you scroll down.

Best

TREBLAB HD7

Best Bluetooth Bike Speaker with loud 360°HD sound

25h play, 3h charge
Compatible with ALL devices
360° HD sound
IPX6 water resistant

Superb 360°HD Surround Sound

Our newest waterproof Bluetooth speakers feature 12 Watts of Rich Surround Sound and DualBass double subwoofers for an epic audio experience.

Compact Size & Rugged Construction

HD7 is small enough to fit into a purse or a backpack, and it's not afraid of falls due to its' shockproof design. It's sure to make outdoor sports or a bike ride more fun.

Read more about TREBLAB HD7
TREBLAB HD7

Top Portable Bluetooth Bike Speakers

Pros
  • weighs like your smartphone
  • outstanding sound at both lows and highs
  • works 25 hours without charging
  • best value for this price range
Cons
  • can’t be used as a power bank
Best for

Price-quality

Speaker
Zealot-S1-mini
Zealot S1
4.3 out of 5
Pros
  • guaranteed bassy sound
  • high stereo quality
  • can be used for extended playlists
Cons
  • no bluetooth bike speaker holder
  • Bluetooth is disappointing at times
Best for
Functionality
Speaker
Alpatronix AX410
Alpatronix AX410
4.2 out of 5
Pros
  • dependable design
  • rugged and doesn’t weigh like a ton of bricks
  • great sound
Cons
  • only 10-12 hours of playtime
  • the subwoofer isn’t the best
Best for
Sturdiness
Speaker
Avantree Cyclone
Avantree Cyclone
4.5 out of 5
Pros
  • 3-way operation
  • flexible mounting
  • resists off-road rides quite well
Cons
  • battery life capped at 6 hours
  • lacks power and loudness
Best for
Convenience
Speaker
Celtic Blu TallBoy
Celtic Blu TallBoy
4.5 out of 5
Pros
  • top-level battery/power bank
  • one of the loudest sports bike speakers
  • easy to mount and remotely controlled
Cons
  • design could be more durable
  • quite expensive
Best for
Battery life
Speaker
ECEEN Bike Speaker
ECEEN Bike Speaker
3.3 out of 5
Pros
  • no choppy sound
  • extra storage area
  • sized to fit any handlebar type
Cons
  • no IP rating
  • not shockproof
Best for
Utility
Speaker
Venstar S404
Venstar S404
4.3 out of 5
Pros
  • waterproof build
  • enhances the bass
  • includes a remote control
Cons
  • battery life is anything but lasting
  • priced at $100 on Amazon
Best for
Durability
Speaker
Scosche BMBTCAN BoomBars
Scosche BMBTCAN BoomBars
4 out of 5
Pros
  • featherlight
  • unique handlebar mount Bluetooth speaker
Cons
  • one charge produces only 5 hours of playtime
  • not as loud as other speakers
Best for
Portability
Speaker
Portable CLEARON Speaker
Portable CLEARON Speaker
4.5 out of 5
Pros
  • high bass quality
  • Bluetooth range is 100ft
  • includes all mounting tools and hardware
Cons
  • requires some tinkering to mount it
  • confusing double presses on remote button controls
Best for
Bass

Treblab HD7 – Never add any more weight to your handlebar

Treblab HD7 – Never add any more weight to your handlebar

 

The best Bluetooth speaker for biking is the one that’s so lightweight that it doesn’t restrict the movement of your bicycle handlebar. The catch is that every audiophile wants it to be powerful to give their rides a boost. While a lot of hardware can add up to the speaker’s overall weight, it’s not going to happen with Treblab HD7.

 

Weighing in at just 0.8 pounds, the HD7 shows other bicycle-mounted speakers the way to follow. Despite being small and easily attachable to any road bike, it houses the duo of 6W drivers and a couple of subwoofers. More than enough to fire up your next cycling trip.

Treblab HD7’s 2,500-mAh battery outclasses that of the previous waterproof speaker. Capped at 25 hours, it keeps the wireless device playing in an unstoppable way! You can even get another HD7 to pair both bicycle Bluetooth speakers into the True Wireless Stereo mode for more fun around the clock.

Considering the unbelievable price for this portable speaker, what more could you ask for?

+ Pros:

  • weighs like your smartphone
  • outstanding sound at both lows and highs
  • works 25 hours without charging
  • best value for this price range

- Cons:

  • can’t be used as a power bank

Key features:

  • two speakers and two subwoofers
  • 0.8-lb design
  • unbreakable Bluetooth 4.2 connection
  • TWS pairing
  • shockproof build rated at IPX6 for all-weather use

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TREBLAB BLUETOOTH SPEAKER MOUNT

Universal Speaker Mount for Bike, Golf Cart Railing

  • Perfect for Treblab HD7, Treblab HD77, Treblab FX100 speakers
  • Anti-vibration pad absorbs shock
  • Made of non-slip material
  • Compatible with most 8"-12" diameter speakers
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TREBLAB BLUETOOTH SPEAKER MOUNT

Zealot S1 – The cradle of music, power, and illumination

Zealot S1 – The cradle of music, power, and illumination

 

Zealot S1 proves that there’s more to a Bluetooth speaker for bike riding than just playing music. Exceptionally built, it’s essentially the combination of three wireless devices wrapped up in one portable solution.

When used as an outdoor audio system, the S1 makes your rides nothing but bass-rich. The speaker is a pleasure to listen to at the low-pitch level thanks to its passive resonance membrane technology. It pairs well with the 40mm driver and the built-in stereo amplifier, making sound pierce through wind and outdoor noises without compromising clarity.

What you might not expect from a Bluetooth speaker for bicycle is that it can also serve as a flashlight and a power bank. Zealot S1 has it all. The speaker’s 4,000-mAh battery is proven to store 24 hours of playtime or less when you choose to share some juice with your smartphone. And if you’re a night person who has a passion for twilight rides, you want to have this Bluetooth speaker secured to your bicycle handlebar. Its built-in torchlight is a great feature to maximize your safety.

+ Pros:

  • guaranteed bassy sound
  • high stereo quality
  • can be used for extended playlists

- Cons:

  • no bike speaker holder
  • Bluetooth is disappointing at times

Key features:

  • 40mm driver and stereo amplifier
  • passive resonance membrane technology
  • 4,000-mAh battery for 24 hours of playtime
  • comes with a water-resistant silicone sleeve
  • one-touch flashlight

Alpatronix AX410 – This is what ruggedness really means

Alpatronix AX410 – This is what ruggedness really means

Are you crazy about biking through rough terrain? With the waterproof Alpatronix AX410 Bluetooth speaker, you don’t have to slow down. It’s here to withstand the bumpiest roads and the hardest BMX jumping tricks.

Just toss the AX410 into your water bottle holder or saddlebag and pedal your bicycle. Not only is it designed to fit it as smoothly as the key fits the lock, but the speaker also stands up to any challenge. Its exterior parts are rubberized and coupled with an ultra-strong grill. It goes without mentioning that it’s dust- and water-resistant (IPX4), making it one of the truly durable mountain bike Bluetooth speakers.

Music quality is not a weak spot of the AX410 speaker. The combined 12W with two drivers and an extra subwoofer makes your tunes crisp and punchy. Think twice before you crank them up as the speaker’s battery is good for 12 hours at best. However, it’s perfectly enough to go all out when riding a Peloton.

+ Pros:

  • dependable design
  • rugged and doesn’t weigh like a ton of bricks
  • great sound

- Cons:

  • only 10-12 hours of playtime
  • the subwoofer isn’t the best

Key features:

  • shockproof metal grill protection
  • bottle-like look and fit
  • 12W sound
  • built-in mic

Avantree Cyclone – The luxury of listening to music the way that’s convenient for you

Avantree Cyclone – The luxury of listening to music the way that’s convenient for you

 

Not all speakers for bike riders allow you to enjoy music in three ways. If you want to have more options besides listening to your tunes wirelessly, Avantree Cyclone is for you. Bluetooth mode aside, the speaker enables you to make use of a MicroSD card and an AUX cable. Switch between them, depending on whether you’re on an outdoor ride or chilling out between trips.

The convenience of the Cyclone speaker also extends over how it can accompany you on your ride. You can either insert it in a bottle holder and keep it low on the frame or use its snap hook to secure it to your belt. This wireless speaker won’t be damaged by bumps or dust, so you can attach it anywhere you want.

Despite being more affordable than most portable bicycle speakers, the Cyclone has a few hiccups. The major one is about its battery life. It’s four times shorter than that of the Treblab HD7 Bluetooth speaker, with only 6 hours to go. To top it off, this speaker’s built-in bass radiator is somewhat unequal to the task of amplifying lows.

+ Pros:

  • 3-way operation
  • flexible mounting
  • resists off-road rides quite well

- Cons:

  • battery life capped at 6 hours
  • lacks power and loudness

Key features:

  • can be used for wireless connections, SD cards, and AUX
  • NFC technology
  • 10W sound with two speakers
  • durable rubberized design

Celtic Blu TallBoy – The lasting power on your ride

Celtic Blu TallBoy – The lasting power on your ride

 

If Treblab HD7’s 25-hour battery doesn’t meet your cycling needs, consider the good-looking TallBoy. With $80 on its Amazon price tag, it’s one of the most costly yet long-lasting bicycle speakers. 6,000 mAh translates into 30 hours of playback and a portable power bank that helps prevent your phone from draining. No matter how you slice it, having an extra source of juice when cycling long distances is a big plus.

“It comes with its own seat.” That’s how Celtic Blu promotes this outdoor bluetooth speaker for bike. The thing is that the TallBoy mounts to virtually anything – a handlebar, top tube, or down tube. And the volume can be adjusted remotely, so you no longer need to stop to turn it up when this portable speaker is below your seat.

The TallBoy is bound to join the ranks of loud bike speakers. It’s 16W hardware pairs with a large magnet, making the sound rise to a crescendo. You can even bass it up in the app (but avoid going overboard as the speaker is likely to vibrate).

+ Pros:

  • top-level battery/power bank
  • one of the loudest bike speakers
  • easy to mount and remotely controlled

- Cons:

  • design could be more durable
  • quite expensive

Key features:

  • 16W omnidirectional sound
  • 30 hours of playtime
  • power bank option
  • remote volume control
  • 100-ft Bluetooth range

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BIKE MOUNT BM-7 FOR SPEAKER TREBLAB HD-7

Compatible product: HD7 Portable Speaker

  • One-size-fits-all
  • Best Fitting
  • Simple And Clear
  • Increased Strength
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BIKE MOUNT BM-7 FOR SPEAKER TREBLAB HD-7

ECEEN Bike Speaker – More room for your essentials

ECEEN Bike Speaker – More room for your essentials

 

When looking at portable bicycle handlebar speakers, you don’t usually expect them to serve as carrying cases. But why not have one to keep your keys, sunglasses, and other small stuff in one place? The portable speaker from ECEEN is all it takes to store your cycling essentials and safeguard them from dust on your rides. It easily secures to a bicycle handlebar thanks to its Velcro straps and boasts a carrying case design.

Honestly, the sound of the ECEEN system lacks some lows when stacked up against other Bluetooth bicycle handlebar speakers. That said, it’s one of the best for clarity. There’s no denying a distortion-free listening experience makes your cycling more electrifying.

The battery life is two times less than that of the preceding device but still offers more juice than most sportbike speakers. Proven to play for 15 consecutive hours, it falls into line with the average awake time.

+ Pros:

  • no choppy sound
  • extra storage area
  • sized to fit any handlebar type

- Cons:

  • no IP rating
  • not shockproof

Key features:

  • can be used as a carrying case
  • Velcro straps on both sides
  • 15 hours of playtime
  • mic with the hands-free option

Venstar S404 – Tried-and-tested addition to your handlebar

Venstar S404 – Tried-and-tested addition to your handlebar

Are you dreaming of pedaling your lowrider bike with speakers surviving anything the trail holds for you? Go mount Venstar S404 on your bicycle, and your excitement won’t be long in coming. This outdoor speaker is terribly small (read lightweight) and just as durable. The rubberized build allows you to hit bumpy roads with no concerns over the device being damaged. Besides such “exhausting” outings, the speaker is also a waterproof companion for cycling in the rain as it’s IPX5-rated.

Being tough is one thing, but delivering a great audio experience is another. Fortunately, there’s no caveat with the S404 waterproof speaker. It serenades your bicycle trips with 6W sound through a couple of bass-focused speakers. Although not very loud, it’s worth it for lows. Make use of its built-in memory card slot or Bluetooth 4.0 to let your bass-heavy tunes out.

The pet peeve is that the S404 makes you stop for a charge every 8 hours, which is below average for cycling speakers, whether waterproof or not.

+ Pros:

  • waterproof build
  • enhances the bass
  • includes a remote control

- Cons:

  • battery life is anything but lasting
  • priced at $100 on Amazon

 

Key features:

  • robust rubberized design for all types of cyclists
  • IPX5 rating
  • combined 6W with the focus on the bass
  • bike bell for additional safety

Scosche BMBTCAN BoomBars – Tiny headlight-style beauty

Scosche BMBTCAN BoomBars – Tiny headlight-style beauty

 

Are you shopping around for compact and budget-friendly speakers for a bike and can do without the loudest systems? Meet the wireless BoomBars. This Bluetooth speaker offers quite a few pros for those who prefer portability to tremendous power.

With the incredible 3.52 ounces in its weight, this speaker makes it to the most lightweight one in this selection. For your better understanding, iPhone X is twice as heavy. What’s more, you’ll find a 360-degree bike mount in the package when buying the BoomBars. You can move it the way you want, and its elastic band on the top and rubber grip will keep your speaker safe.

Yet, the BoomBars doesn’t beat other bike handlebar speakers when it comes to battery life and loudness. Those are limited to meager 5 hours and single-speaker 2W sound with no bass amplifiers. If you’re not going to bike the Tour de France and hate long outdoor rides altogether, it’s a legit option.

+ Pros:

  • featherlight
  • unique handlebar for bike mounted speakers

- Cons:

  • one charge produces only 5 hours of playtime
  • not as loud as other speakers

Key features:

  • 3.5-oz design
  • 360-degree sound and rotating bike mount
  • wireless and AUX options
  • rubber handlebar grip

Portable CLEARON Speaker – All-in-one kit for your cycling outings

Portable CLEARON Speaker – All-in-one kit for your cycling outings

 

At a glance, the wireless speaker from CLEARON looks like a bog-standard power bank. Don’t let your eyes deceive you! You’re better off perusing all the impressive features this waterproof speaker has.

The CLEARON system is one of those bike speakers with bass amplifiers for rocking lows. The maximum power output sits at 4W per each unit and gets doubled when you turn it on. There’s no way distortion screws up your listening experience, and Bluetooth is nothing but stable over 100-ft distances.

FM radio, memory card, AUX, or iPod? With this waterproof speaker, it’s up to you to decide. Once you’re done, you can cycle any terrain as the device comes reinforced not to hold you down. The shockproof IPX4 build suits all types of trips lasting less than 15 hours (its battery knows its limits).

When the speaker arrives, you’re likely to be a bit surprised by all the stuff it comes with. The bike mount, silicon pad, carabiner, tools, and hardware are bountiful and look like a complete mountaineering kit. There are a handful of Bluetooth speakers for bicycles that have so many in-the-box items.

+ Pros:

  • high bass quality
  • Bluetooth range is 100ft
  • includes all mounting tools and hardware

- Cons:

  • requires some tinkering to mount it
  • confusing double presses on remote button controls

Key features:

  • audio speakers for 8W sound
  • all-weather design
  • 2,500-mAh battery that stores up to 15 hours of playtime
  • remote control with a bike bell button

What to look for when buying the best bicycle Bluetooth speakers?

To make your shopping easier, we’ve put some essential speaker buying tips under the same roof. Dig deeper into:

  • System type. Portable speakers for cycling usually fall into several categories, depending on how they are attached. You can choose ones that mount to handlebars, seat posts, or frames with special hardware. Alternatively, you can buy those that are secured to belts with carabiners or supposed to be used in bottle holders. The best speakers for biking allow for multiple mounting options, so you don’t have to limit yourself.
  • Sound quality, battery life, functions. Although it’s essentially a bike speaker, you’re likely to use it at home and during long walks, too. To live up, it should deliver both loud and soft audio for all your intended applications. Also, pay heed to how long a Bluetooth speaker can last on one charge. Top bike speakers don’t intervene in your outings with low battery warnings for at least 20 hours and have great add-ons like built-in mics.
  • Safety. We all know the best way to cycle is to cycle with music. With speakers for bike handlebars, you can easily live out your dream outdoor rides. Yet, don’t forget about the safety of yours and those around you. When used outdoors, perfect Bluetooth speakers should be loud, but not in a way that affects your hearing.

How do you get top-quality street bike speakers without paying tons of money?

Shopping for quality stuff is like teetering on the edge of coughing up hundreds of bucks. There’s always a thorny dilemma: should you pay that much for a top Bluetooth audio system, or is it better to get cheap bike-mount speakers?

Rejoice as you now have a way out. With Treblab HD7, you won’t need to tighten your belt to afford the device known for the best features of top-rated Bluetooth speakers for cycling. For this price range, it’s way ahead of its waterproof counterparts, whether for battery life, audio quality, or the ease of mounting on bicycles.

FAQ

What’s the best bike speaker?

You can shop around and compare dozens of wireless outdoor options, but you’ll still settle on the Treblab HD7 Bluetooth speaker in the long run. It’s priced less than most top-notch speakers for bike riding and offers more value. Plus, it’s just as good for cycling as it’s for beach retreats and home parties.

What’s the best battery life for portable bike speakers?

That’s where mAh comes into play. When its battery capacity is extensive enough, a top portable speaker can work around the clock without driving you crazy with charging. For example, Treblab HD7 comes with a 2,500-mAh battery and aces it with 25 hours.

How loud are Bluetooth bike speakers?

To have a clearer picture of how loud your coveted speaker is, take a look at its power output. The rule of thumb is that perfect speakers for bicycle handlebars should offer at least 8 watts in sound.

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