Just to add to what Ron posted. Kenwood makes several types of two way radios. VHF, UHF, FRS & GMRS. I don't think they manufacture CB radios any more. If you want to talk to someone on CB none of these are compatable. I just outfitted my '07 GT with J&M stuff and the Midland CB that is sold by J&M. It works great.
CB is very outdated technology but seems to be what MOST bikes are "still"
sold with these days. These include the BMW LT, HD Ultra Classic, and Honda Gold Wing. You can get adapters to make FRS and GMRS radios work but the CB seems to be the most widely used two way unit.
Mine has come in handy numerous times on the slabs talking to the truckers re: road hazards and the like. Yes, some of them actually warn bikers.
Guess the problem you have now is deciding who you're going to be talking to the most and what kind of radio the other party has.
IMHO CB is the way to go at this time if you want the widest capabilities. However, CB is in the AM band and is very sensitive to electronic noise in certain situations so be prepared for that.
I'm rambling so....that's my opinion....and I'm sticking with it.
Oh yeah, I still have my Kenwood Freetalk FRS from my '02 LT that I do utilize now and then.