The last word in Handsfree Motorcycle Bluetooth communication – with Click-to-LinkTM for spontaneous intercom conversations
The scala rider G4 redeﬁnes the notion of high-end communication for motorcycle helmets. Encased in a rugged yet streamlined body, the scala rider G4 offers Bike-to-Bike Intercom at a remarkable range of up to 1 MILE/1.6 KILOMETERS!*
The scala rider G4 also features a unique 4-way Intercom between two bikers and two passengers or 3-way Intercom among three separate bikers. And since several hundred thousand bikers are already using the G4, a new and exciting feature was added to allow for spontaneous intercom connections with any G4 biker within intercom range: Click-to-Link™. No need for advance pairing or any preparation. Just “Click-to-Link” and create your own roadside social network.
The people I regularly ride with all have Scalas, and it is awesome. The G4 will let you conference 4 together simultaneously, the Q2 will allow you to daisy-chain with 2 others. With ranges of 1/4 to 1 mile and battery life that is untouchable - it is simply hands-down the best system out there. I know of at least a dozen people who have them, and I have a pair on helmets with 2 spares to hand out to new people who come along and need one for the day/trip.
Who owns the other two bikes?
How much are THEY willing to spend?
How much are YOU willing to spend?
How tech savvy are the 3 of you?
You basically have 3 options
CB, GMRS/FRS or Bluetooth
Cb or bluetooth (scala) you can figure $400 to $500 per bike avg. CB on the high side Bluetooth a little less.
GMRS/FRS: some makers have a headset option for their walkie talkie's. If you already have a headset installed on your bike you can't use both but at around $100 per bike it is a option. Or there is chatterbox for around $250.