(Edited by webBikeWorld.com) – Who would have thought that a flip-up helmet could look so little like a flip-up when closed? The new SCHUBERTH C4 with its modern design were created in the Kiska studios.
The SCHUBERTH C4 also sets new standards in terms of features, by enabling Bluetooth communication and radio reception.
Not only does it have an integrated aerial as standard, it also comes with two integrated speakers, a microphone and slots to accommodate the new SC1 optional communication system, which was developed in collaboration with Sena.
The new SCHUBERTH C4 was developed in the SCHUBERTH Air and Acoustics Lab.
Consequently, it offers everything that has made SCHUBERTH flip-up helmets so popular with touring riders.
Its aerodynamics assist at high speeds, even for demanding sportbike riders.
That is also why the C4’s standard anti-fog face shield is designed so that its upper edge won’t obscure the rider’s view even in a sportbike riding position.
Despite the low weight and compact shape of the C4, the outer shell is made from a fiberglass matrix and the inner lining from special EPS foam that offers maximum impact absorption.
The proprietary Anti-Roll-Off System is included.
The SCHUBERTH C4 will be available starting in Spring of 2017 in six different solid colors at 649.00 Euros, as well as with the Pulse and Legacy graphics in three colour combinations each at 749.00 euros in sizes XS (53) to XXXL (65).