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Motocomm RiderLink ST-1
  • Motocomms intercom/communicator interface system provides full-duplex driver-to-passenger audio
  • Driver and passenger headsets included with each ST-1 system; (2) full-face and (2)open-face-style microphones included with each headset
  • Music-grade speakers have excellent bass response
  • Built-in amplifier in music input (adapter cable included)
  • Mobile Phone Input with Adapter Cables Included for various different phones
  • Two-way radio input with two adapter cables and PTT switches. Cable's are compatible with Motorola, Cobra, Midland and many other two-way radio brands
  • Radar Detector / GPS Audio Input - Adapter Cable Included
  • Seek, volume and FM radio controls are built in
  • Microphone sensitivity control and auto-mute circuit
  • All Adapter and extension cables removable when not in use
  • Weatherproof moldings on all mini DIN connections
  • High-impact plastic buckles and durable mounting straps
  • Portable battery-powered lasts for hours on 2AA batteries (not included)
  • Main unit measures 2.75 in. W x 4 in. H, approximately 1 in. thick
  • Item # 7195
  • SKU #66975
  • Mfr. Part # ST-1

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communicators

So far very satisfied with the prompt delivery of this item in well enough time for Christmas. This was a gift for my boyfriend and we are looking forward to using this product in the spring when we start riding our atvs' again. Thank you for your interest of me being a satisfied customer. I am a very satisfied customer.

Misty - January 13, 2009

(Syracuse, NY)

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Excellent Product

My wife and I took a short trip to Mt. St. Helens yesterday and the MotoComm provided us with a great day of conversation. We both have full-face helmets and ride a sport touring bike which has a small windshield and doesn’t provide much wind protection. We used the middle setting on the freeway where speeds reached 80 mph and were able to hear each other very well. Around town, the lowest setting was all that was needed. The fit is great in the helmets (I did use a hook and loop with stronger adhesive on the microphone because what came with the system was not secure enough). The unit strapped on to the bike frame just below my left leg, and the wires were never a problem. Plugging and unplugging were easy, but I recommend using something like correction fluid to make some dots where the arrows are on the plugs to facilitate lining up them up – just makes it a little easier with the helmet on and reduces the chance of bending any connectors. I have yet to try out the other options that come with the kit (cell phone, FM radio, or 2-way radio), but the intercom is what we chiefly needed. We’re extremely happy with the Riderlink and will be recommending it to our friends.

Dale - July 21, 2009

(Tumwater, WA)

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Love it!

We have used the Motocomm Rider Link on several rides now. We rarely have any wind noise or the like, sound quality has been fine. It installed ok, though the sticky backs of the velcro aren't too good-we used some double-sided tape. We've only used the intercom, but we're loving it! Great value, great product, easy to use. Recommend it.

Beth - August 22, 2011

(Colfax, WA)

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Works awesome!

I got the ST-1 when my girlfreind wanted to go riding. I have a sportbike and full face helmets. Easily the cheapest for rider-passenger talking. Never rode without it, but can't imagine not having it now. Volume is great, normal talking voices come through clear. No static. No wind noise. Battery life is great, still good after 7+hrs. I cleaned before and the velcro has stayed. I am very pleased, well worth it.

Davin - February 09, 2012

(Enumclaw, WA)

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good system for the money

I had purchased this system because of a review by a Goldwing owner. Installing the headset was easy for a full face helmet. For an open face helmet the speakers needed to be put back more to stop pinching of the ears. The passenger can hear a phone conversation but cannot talk. It doesn't connect to my Goldwing mounted intercom connectors. I am currently looking for an adaptor for this. You can listen to the radio, answer and make a phone call, and talk to your passenger with the system as is. Overall, it comes with all that you need for you and passenger.

Christine - August 18, 2008

(Arvada, CO)

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Unbelievable quality for the price. Over 6 hours on the first set of batteries and its still crystal clear. Even on my cruiser, we only needed to turn the volume up to the Medium setting to hear each other like we were standing still. Sticky parts did come unglued due to what appears to be inferior glue type but some superglue or gorilla glue and it was right back on there.

David Weaver - January 15, 2009

(Las Vegas, NV)

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Nice

Got this for Christmas, mounted the receiver in my saddlebag, ran the cables under my seat. The sound is a bit low, but combined with a Boostaroo, the thing gets the job done. Talk radio on my mp3 player, conversations with the wife, and music quality is all good.

Jeff - August 05, 2010

(Los Angeles, CA)

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It Made our trip

My wife and I went on our first long distance trip this summer down to the States and through Logans Pass, Montana. We always found we wanted to be able to communicate but with a full face helmet it was just to hard. I ordered the RiderLink just before we left and it was just the thing we were looking for and at a far less cost than most of the ones we looked at in Canada. It was great to be able to talk and enjoy the scenery we were going by. The clarity was perfect at any speed. We would recommend this unit to anyone. We have a magnetic tank bag and the main unit fit right in with the zipper slightly open for the cables. The batteries lasted for three ten hour days before they had to be changed.

Ron Eby - October 03, 2007

(Red Deer, AB)

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RiderLink ST-1

When we opened the box, and I started putting the product together, I thought it was too confusing. After sorting everything out we realized it was really easy to use. We did have a problem with the connection from the communication box to the driver’s headset. One of the pins smashed. My husband was able to straighten out the pin, and then taped it, so we would keep the connection. Once this was sorted out......I have to say this is a wonderful product. We've been to the NC Mountains, and don't know what we'd do without it. I have not "plugged" in if we're going a very short distance, and my husband and I both feel like we're missing something when we're not able to communicate. My husband drives and I navigate. It's amazing we were ever able to go anywhere without this product!

Linda Morrison - September 04, 2008

(Lawrenceville, GA)

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Could use better instructions

We've had the ST-1 for a couple weeks now and generally like it, but I was disappointed with the instructions, and how it fits into the helmet. The instructions need a complete overhaul. I need to see a picture or diagram of each part so I can visually match it to the part number. Then, I really need a step-by-step picture instruction set to guide me through what needs to be done. The wording alone isn't sufficient to handle the questions that come up as you go through the process. On the plus side, the sound quality for the radio and intercom are top-notch. I'd recommend this to anyone else, but go in with your eyes open.

Mike Webb - August 11, 2008

(Kearney, NE)

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riderlink st-1

We purchased the riderlink based partially from reviews and partially on price. The install was as not difficult at all. The system worked okay on the open road. While the full face mic worked well, my wife wears a convertible helmet so we needed the open face mic and it doesn't seem to pick up her voice without raising it. We did like the ability to listen to the mp3 player together. as of yet I haven't tried the cell phone adapter maybe soon.

dave montgomery - December 08, 2008

(nampa, ID)

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Motocomm ST-1 System review

Great product so far. Works great. No other product comes close in price. Only complaint is the volume control on the unit. It only controls the volume of the built in FM radio, and not input items like, XM radio, MP3, or CD player. Would be nice to have just one master volume control for input items.

Chris - April 03, 2009

(Duluth, MN)

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Works Great!

The Motocomm unit was less expensive and more convenient for us than any of the competitors. We had considered the Scala unit, but between the price, the big box hanging on the side of my helmet, having to use my cell phone battery, and the fact that people might actually call me while I was riding made this a no brainer. My wife and I ride together all the time. We usually plug in the MP3 player, settle the unit and player into the saddle bags and ride for hours. The communication is very clear, the mics work well and the headsets fit the helmets perfectly. Very satisfied. I could wish it was wireless, but if that is the only thing I can complain about, I think it did great.

Robert - August 10, 2009

(Lyman, SC)

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Motocomm - RiderLink ST-1

My wife and I used the Motocomm on a recent trip into Wisconsin this last week. The trip was the first time in years of riding together we could talk without turning our heads and yelling. Very nice, well worth the money! My only complaint is the adhesive used to attach the the boom mikes did not hold well. On the plus side, the battery life was amazing (over 6hrs and still going).

Kevin - October 06, 2009

(Princeton, IL)

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MotoComm Riderlink ST-1

This unit does do all that it says is does. I hooked up everything that it boasts that it would hook up to and it outperformed all my expectations. While riding on city streets I answered a phone call through the RiderLink. The person on the other end could not tell I was on my Goldwing, in fact, I had to convince her. The only trouble I have had with the unit is the mini-din connector. It is a bit too light-duty for the application and I have broken a pin off already and can only here out o

Steve R - August 09, 2007

(Kitchener, TX)

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