I`ve seen enough examples of people who speak either with the person on the back or on a phone, during a motorcycle ride. Nothing bad with this, but there are “right” way to do it, otherwise you risk too much. Especially, the case with the phones as I`m not sure how appropriate conversation you will have, because of the noise and the inability to choose on want to concentrate – road or conversation. Our brain is developed to be multitasking, but not in a situations like this. We live in a technology world, and there are plenty safer ways to get into conversation like the “Intercoms”. It`s just an additional attachment installation to you motorcycle helmet and it plays the role of mics and speakers. Simple solution for your long motorcycle rides and important phone calls.
The other situation is when you speak with someone sitting behinds you. Often it`s a case, when the passengers behind didn`t control bike and didn`t realizes that a single move can be dangerous for both. Not much of thinking here, because every motorcycle biker need to teach the person behind, very simple, but powerful and life-saving rules, how to act during a ride.
What`s your side about this topic?