The brand-new SCHUBERTH E1 adventure helmet is NOW AVAILABLE

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SCHUBERTH designs and manufacturers every helmet with attention to detail. This is reflected in each and every helmet that comes out of the German factory, including the latest product innovation the SCHUBERTH E1. Whether on the freeway, a country or dirt road; this innovative adventure helmet allows the rider to enjoy the highest level of comfort, maximum safety and astonishing aeroacoustics.
 

ALISO VIEJO, CA – May 10, 2016 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – Riders have been eagerly awaiting the arrival of the SCHUBERTH E1 since its unveiling at the 2015 EICMA show in Milan. The wait is over and it is now on sale at local SCHUBERTH dealers just in time for the start of the season. The E1 unites the functionality and safety of a modern flip-up design with the look, feel and off-road capability of an adventure helmet.

 

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The new E1 not only looks like it was built for adventure, it has everything a helmet needs for use off the beaten track too – from the large, multi-position peak to optimal air flow for arduous off-road use. Even though it may not look like it, when the helmet is closed, the chin piece of the E1 can be swivelled up complete with peak and shield. The E1 was developed in SCHUBERTH’s in-house wind tunnel to ensure it features low wind resistance, thus allowing for high speeds on the motorway; and an aerodynamic shape making it very quiet.
 

SCHUBERTH has succeeded in making the modern flip-up helmet fit for adventure. The E1 comes in seven sizes, from XS to XXXL. It is available in five solid colors (matt black, matt anthracite, glossy black, glossy white and glossy silver) for $829, and in Hunter graphics (yellow, blue and red) and Guardian graphics (yellow and red) for $889.

My Touratech version in Orange will be on my doorstep tomorrow when I get home from work!

My Touratech version in Orange will be on my doorstep tomorrow when I get home from work!

 

Looking forward to hearing what you think about it.

Kind of like an enduro version for Schuberth.  Interesting they picked a color scheme (not shown) similar enough to one from Icon Raiden that it raised a few eyebrows.  I'll see if I can find a picture of it.

Here it is. Icon Raiden's is in the left

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