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Cardo introduces the Cardo scala rider® G9, the world’s most advanced wireless Bluetooth motorcycle communication system

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The scala rider G9, compatible with Bluetooth phones, including the iPhoneTM-allows riders to stream MP3 music in stereo wirelessly via A2DP (cable connection included for older MP3 players), initiate and receive phone calls, GPS instructions, and connectivity status announcements, or listen to the built-in FM radio. Many functions can be controlled by voice command for safe, hands-free operation (e.g., "music on," or call "Bill Smith"). An incredibly smart priority management system allows riders to automatically disconnect from the intercom or music to receive incoming phone calls or in-ear GPS instructions. Look for our review in Bikernets Toys and New Technology section

Thursday News For May 10 On Bikernet

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The 300-Horsepower V-Twin – Aussie Hells Angels To Be Banned – Bike Features Are Forever – Performance Machines Bags Another Award – J&P Cycles Open House is Now a Rally – Sucker Punch Sallys Still Kicking and much more in the Thursday News Bulletin on Bikernet.

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BA Moto Long Beach forms BA Moto Racing

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GET ON THE TRACK… Get off those dangerous canyon roads.
“Chief”  AHRMA #013  *BA-MOTO RACING * 2005 Triumph Thruxton.
Big Thank You to: British Customs, Scorpion Exo, Racetech, Racer 13 and Ricky Brown.
BA-MOTO  I noticed we had 2 crash Triumph Thruxton bikes at the shop we had bought for parts, etc, and I asked them what the plan was. They said they didn’t know but they both worked so I made an offer to be in partners with them to help pay for them to build a race bike. BA-MOTO racing was born. The guys all came together on the bike and got it ready for our first track day.  We drove to  Infineon Raceway with our buddies from Racer 13 on a $150.00 track day. It was the most fun I had ever had on a motorcycle in my entire life. The team was helping me learn the basics and after that day, I was hooked!  Chief Heath Cofran