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Cardo Scala Rider G4: Named Dealer-Favorite

Motorcycle Communications

Cardo Systems, a leader in wireless Bluetooth communications systems for motorcycle helmets, announced that its flagship product, the scala rider G4, was named to the Dealer News Top Products list, an annual collection of the 50 best-selling accessories for the motorsports industry.

In its fifth year, the Dealer News Top Products is a list of favorite and best-selling products from the publication’s 100 top US motorcycle dealers. The products that made the list span the ultimate best in sportbike, cruiser, scooter, dirtbike and ATV accessories and gear.

"The Dealer News is one of the most respected trade publications in the motorsports field, and recognition on this list helps confirm that our products, like the scala rider G4, meet and exceed the real-life needs of real bikers. It gives us great encouragement to know that we are reaching and engaging our target audience in a positive way," said Abraham Glezerman, CEO of Cardo Systems, Inc.

Cardo System’s scala rider G4 is the most feature-rich bike-to-bike Bluetooth communication and entertainment system available on the market. Built for multiple rider-to-rider full duplex talk, the G4 features bike to bike wireless intercom communication up to ONE Mile among two riders (rider-to-rider or rider-to-passenger), three separate riders or four riders on two bikes (two drivers and two passengers).

The range of the scala rider G4 sets a new industry benchmark for products of its kind–a key selling point for the featured dealer review in the Dealer News article.

The G4 is so appealing to bikers because it provides not only clear audio for sharing your ride with other motorcyclists but also personalized entertainment provided to any ride through its ability to connect to A2DP enabled MP3 players and iPods to stream wireless STEREO music through its enhanced speakers or by utilizing its embedded FM radio with RDS technology.

The G4 can connect wirelessly with virtually any portable Bluetooth device including mobile phones for hands-free communication and GPS units for in-helmet voice instructions or by a wired connection via its embedded jack.

The G4’s voice-recognition (for answering, dialing or rejecting calls), multilingual spoken status announcements (to report headset’s connections) and AGC technology for automatic volume adjustments (based on ambient noise and driving speed) all contribute to completely hands-free communication and enjoyment.

Last but not least, the scala rider G4 is also the world’s only product of its kind that allows bikers to periodically upgrade the embedded software, including new applications via their PC. All are key product features that helped to solidify the G4’s spot on the coveted Top 50 Dealer Favorite Products List.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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