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I am a fellow rider and for the last several years I have been using the Creative EP-630 (Sennheiser CX300 clone) which provides remarkably good sound and noise isolation for the price (~$20), and most importantly, are low profile.  I recently bought the Creative Aurvana 3 which provide better clarity and detail than the EP-630 and are also low profile.  However, with the wind and engine noise, I don't think you gain much by going with a more expensive IEM as you are not...
Having owned the MEP-839 for about a month now, I am somewhat surprised by some of the reviews posted here.  Given that I appreciate and enjoy a more neutral sound signature, the MEP-839 sound signature is so bass heavy that the rest of the frequency spectrum is unnaturally colored and recessed.  The sound is also compressed so don't expect much detail or clarity.  While I did not expect much from the ~$30 (w/shipping) MEP-839, I would not recommend these headphones...
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