Easy Rider. I still haven't seen that movie yet! This was the closest I could come to finding the same image on Google.
Sena SMH5 helmet communicator set. I rode over last week and helped them set it up. I should have taken some pictures during installation, it would have made a good post, but alas I wasn't thinking:(. Here's another blogger who breaks down what is involved: GearChic Site. The install was very smooth..about 10 to 15minutes per helmet. We powered on the units and wha-la! they were talking back and forth. What I liked about the Sena gear is that it's very simple to use. Only two buttons and a volume dial on the main control. The headsets were already paired to each other using Bluetooth, and we quickly paired my dad's phone to his headset so he can receive phone calls while on the road...probably shouldn't have showed him that.
2012 Ducati Monster 1100 EVO in the parking lot. Still had the dealer temporary plates.