As the name suggests, these are accessories that allow passage of information between a motorcycle rider and other parties without having to stop or take off riding gear. It may appear like a bit of an exaggeration of a rider’s needs, but anyone who has been atop a bike knows the hassle such accessories can save you.
The most common communication accessory is an inbuilt Bluetooth earpiece/mouthpiece that is attached to the helmet. Through a connection with the rider’s mobile device, the headset can be used to make communication without having to disengage. Recent innovations have the whole connection joined to a button on the bike’s handlebars so calls can be picked and/or disconnected with even better efficiency.
Communication accessories come in for many categories of riders. Besides ordinary riders who can receive conventional calls, some require it as a necessity. People who ride in groups, a pretty common biking phenomenon, will find such tools very handy. People dropping and picking delivery packages will also find this one very useful. Police officers on patrol using bikes can communicate with ease using radio receivers installed in their helmets.