Best Ride Leader to Tailend Charlie coms

Discussion in 'Australia' started by Doonie, Feb 6, 2013.

  1. Doonie

    Doonie Monarch 92

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    G'day Doonie 'ere. Lookin' for the best, cheapest and simplest emergency coms from ride leader to Tailend Charlie and vice versa. I'm not lookin for complicated bluetooth in your helmet stuff. Speaker and microphone clipped to the handle bars with a trans/receiver somewhere. When it beeps, you pull over and talk to the other bloke. Would be good if it could be swapped between bikes with leader / tailend changes.

    Doon :clap:freaky:clap:freaky
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  2. lentil

    lentil All round nice guy Super Moderator

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    Cheap UHFs cable tied to handlebars ?
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  3. hunter_greyghost

    hunter_greyghost XS650 Allroads Traveller

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    Done that before!!, same as using them on ARGOs or Quads!!! :lol3
    Cheers
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  4. Mungo

    Mungo Monarch 53

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    A real Monarch would not give a rat's **** what's going on behind him. If perchance, he was the ride leader and noticed a distinct absence of riders behind him he should stop at the next pub, and await their appearance. But only, and I stress only, if he was thirsty. :D:D:D
    mungo
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  5. Doonie

    Doonie Monarch 92

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    Could be a while before I get some useful info, I reckon.

    Doon:D:D
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  6. outback jack

    outback jack Long timer

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    How big is your riding group? We went down this path with all various forms of Radio com. When you get more than 5 blokes spread out to keep out of the dust, and start hitting hills and gully's your reception turns to shit. Unless your on dead flat country then travel with 1 or 2 only, otherwise save your money.
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