Originally Posted by Texasrider
Have you checked out Pyle Audio. I was just on their website. Don't how good they would be but they have some decent prices. They have the amplified handlebar setups for motorcycles and all. Some of the kits are pretty reasonable, but you may get what you pay. Just thought I would mention them.
I looked on Amazon anyway, quite a lot of differing reviews, some pretty bad. They are quite inexpensive. The HD boom one looked engineered well, and sounded good playing thru my phone. Granted , no exhaust or wind noise, but it was pretty damn loud.
I looked at both Lake Shore HD and Surdyke HD for #76262-08 Boom Audio system:
Add tunes to your ride. These Boom!™ Audio Cruiser Amp and Speaker Kits provide amplified music through two great sounding 3.5 speakers. Available in chrome or black finish, the individual speaker pods clamp to either a 1 or 1-1/4 handlebar and can be adjusted to direct the sound toward the rider. The waterproof speaker elements are protected behind stylish black and chrome grills that are finished with a centermounted Bar & Shield medallion. The compact two-channel stereo amplifier mounts out of the way on the frame down tubes, and the 1/8 (3.5mm) stereo auxiliary input connects to most portable audio players, some of which can be easily housed in a convenient Boom!™ Audio Tank Pouch. The integrated hand control features volume up/down buttons and a backlit on/off button, and is designed for easy operation with your right thumb, even while wearing gloves. Complete kit includes all wiring and mounting hardware.
Retails for $399.95 $319.96 discounted price...no sales tax just shipping.
Thats not bad for what i heard....