Cardo PACKTALK BOLD – bike-to-bike communication

Cardo’s Packtalk Bold, a helmet-mounted communication system that enables bike-to-bike cross-talk with up to a mile of range

Cardo offers next level of Dynamic Mesh Communication (DMC) to improve group-riding communications.

If you’re going to ride as a group, you need to be able to communicate with your companions. You won’t be able to hear each other over the sound of the engine unless you don’t mind shouting. Even if you can hear each other, you’d have to be side by side to have a conversation. Turning and looking at the other person isn’t an option when you’re driving a motorcycle.

pair of bikers on road

Hand signals can also be dangerous. They can distract you and your peers from what’s happening on the road. They may be ineffective if you’re riding in separate lanes. You shouldn’t have to take your hands off the handlebars to send a message to your friends while riding. Use a motorcycle Bluetooth headset to stay safe when riding as a group.

Dynamic Mesh Communications (DMC) solves all Bluetooth traditional pains and turns PACKTALK BOLD into the most capable motorcycle communication system in the world. it even gets better the more units you add to the pack.

DMC allows up to 15 other DMC communicators to drop in and out of the mesh without upsetting the communications of the other members. On top of that, you get improved range, up to a claimed 1 mile or even 5 miles for the entire group!

You can still communicate via Bluetooth 4.1 to riders who don’t have DMC units to keep them in the conversation.

sun shining on pair in bike helmets

Cardo units are the thinnest top-of-the-range motorcycle communication systems out there. We design them to decrease air resistance and reduce turbulence.

Cardo Connect unlocks the full potential of your Cardo units. Configure your units on the go! Plus enjoy remote control operation from the screen of your smartphone.

The BOLD also offers natural voice operation, allowing the rider to say “hey, Cardo” to activate the unit’s command set, like checking the battery or starting the intercom.