Sena makes a great unit. I have the Lexen B4FM and its meh, but cheap. It's really nice for riding and listening to music or communicating with 1 or 2 other people but when you mesh the max 4 units together things get funky and each person can't hear one (a different one) of the other people linked up.
Re: Who's using in-helmet "walkie talkie" communication?
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