The Motorcycle Sound System tough enough to take on Mother Nature

Do you wish your bike had a sound system, but aren’t ready for the big touring bikes yet? Are you the type of rider that enjoys some good tunes while out on the road? K and G Cycles (www.kandgcycles.com) has just what you’ve been looking for with the handlebar mount Waterproof Sound System. Having listened to customer feedback, concerns, and compliments, this recently updated, mobile audio package is big on features and sound, yet small on price. Featuring a waterproof 100Watt amplifier that powers the 2 1/2″ or 3″ chrome pod speakers capable providing sound quality often unmatched by more expensive systems available. Utilizing a universal 3.5mm connection, this package is compatible with iPods, MP3, MP4, portable CD players, and even Satellite Radio Systems.

Improvements and Fcs premium sound system eathandlebar premium sound systemures:

* Unique mounting design allows use on V-twin and Metric motorcycles.

* Mini amps are a great idea for machines with limited space for mounting

* Handlebar Mounts  have been redesigned and turned into saddle clamps that offer superior support and offers universal fit on 7/8″ and 1″ bars.

* 2 1/2″ or 3″ chrome plated, waterproof speakers designed to handle the toughest environments while giving you impressive sound quality usually reserved for more expensive units.

* A waterproof 100 Watt amplifier delivers plenty of power to keep you in the groove.

* Glove friendly volume control with 3.5mm source connection.

* System Flexibility that allows any device with the universal 3.5mm speaker plug to be connected to this system.(iPod, MP3 player, Portable CD player, Satellite Radio, or any other phone or audio device outfitted with the common headphone connection port.

* Affordability – Comparable systems cost more than twice the amount of this package.

Available now, this amazing Waterproof Sound System ( Part#CN44050015 ) is ready to ship to you today, just call your friends at K and G Cycles (www.kandgcycles.com) and you’ll no longer have to travel the Lonesome Road.