Scala rider G4 intercom for motorcyclists allows four riders to talk

When I was younger, my brother and some friends spent lots of time riding motorcycles. If you needed to get someone to stop so you could talk to them, you had to wave your hands until you caught their attention. Thankfully, today you don't have to rely on hand signals with devices like the new scala rider G4 from Cardo Systems.

The G4 is a Bluetooth intercom system that has something different from other systems on the market. It will allow up to four riders to communicate over the intercom with a range of up to a mile. The devices are full duplex allowing for talking and listening at the same time.

The device can also connect to Bluetooth phones and supports VOX activation, A2DP stereo music and more. The system has a built-in FM radio tuner and can be updated with new firmware via USB. Power for the system comes from a rechargeable Li-Po battery good for ten hours of use. The system fits most 3/4 and full-face helmets and is available for $279.95.