Idly kicking around the idea of fitting a CB radio into the Windjammer. I like @Scott-E 's solution of having it by the side and detachable for stowage. @Scott-E Does the CB on yours come out through your amplied speakers, and is it loud enough to hear easily at highway speed? What about mike use, is it a encumbrance to use by hand when riding? If you're happy enough with that setup, I will probably give it a try. I'd thought of wiring in small helmet speakers and mike, but the faff of continually having to plug-in and unplug every time (and for sure, forget to do it sometimes) puts me off that idea. Space seems to be a bit of a problem. I don't have a Cycle Sound, and I'd be reluctant to leave a decent CB set exposed to passing scrotes, which is why I was taken with the idea of securing it when parked. I have a couple of old-school CBs, but they're big and bulky, and would be a bear to fit in the front anywhere. I'd thought of mounting one in a pannier, but remote control is a problem, and changing channels or simply adjusting the clarifier would entail stopping, getting off and fiddling. Not the best choice, I think. In spite of many CBs having been fitted to bikes in the heyday of the hobby, I can't find many pics of how they were done - some people must have addressed some of the issues, somewhere.