Adding B2B radio to rides, dirt & street, makes riding safer and more enjoyable. No more having riders getting separated. Instantly share dangers on the street and trail. I also enjoy some background music while riding. Motochello offers an affordable way to add B2B radio (any brand, CB, FRS, GMRS) and any audio source to your bike (music, GPS, radar or all of them). I added a crossbar to my Ducati and added a small motoPOCKET with metal clamps. Cut small holes in the bottom of the bag to pass thru wires to my radar detector, GPS and B2B radio. Just as easy to add to any bike. RAM 1" ball handlebar mounts hold the radar detector and GPS. The GMRS/FRS radio hangs on the bag. Everything plugs into the little MotoRfPlus. Being a pass-thru design, all volumes are controlled by the source. Labelled and bundled I shove everything into the bag. If you only want B2B it would be just as easy to put the little box in a pocket and clip the radio to your jacket. Helmet installation was easy. I secured the speakers in the speaker depressions with hot glue. The microphone is attached with the two-side tape. There is also a waterproof PTT button included. http://www.motochello.com/motorfplus-motorcycle-bike-to-bike-communication-system/ Easy and affordable. If you choose to upgrade to the MC-200 system, the helmet system is the same. I've been using different B2B systems since 1987. This one is the easiest. A quality GMRS radio allows for staying connected between riders for a greater distance than you would expect. I had a battery die and was stranded at the no-cell-coverage end of Arches National Park. My riding buddies were miles away. Yet, the little Kenwood radios allowed me to call for help.