I took advantage of a beautiful, clear almost windless day to record the sound effect of riding a bicycle in a neighborhood. Using my trusty lightweight Earth Cruiserbike, a Sony PCM D-10 portable recorder and a stereo pair of microUsi LOM microphones we accomplished what I was hoping for. Grateful for the windbubbles to help block out the wind. I also used a LCF low cut at 150Hz to help block out some of the troublesome frequencies. It worked great! I used some painters tape to help secure the microphones. One was placed near the back tire spokes and another about 12 inches away near the pedals. It gave me some nice stereo separation. I was able to pull some more of the low frequencies down in post and added some compression (UAD UA 1176LN) to help bring up the mix a bit. This sound will be available for purchase on AudioJungle soon. Use the search words: Riding Bicycle In Neighborhood under Apple Hill Studios.