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Caberg always has some interesting helmets, like theCaberg Sintesi we reviewed in 2010. UPDATE 2: The webBikeWorld Caberg Ego review is now available! UPDATE: Caberg to enter U.S. market? More in the Caberg HyperX Review. Also see this Caberg DOT Helmets report from the 2011 Dealer Expo. The new Caberg Ego take the Nolan N43 Air (review) concept one step further: It adds a massive …

A Unique “Streetfighter/Retro” The Caberg Ghost iterates the “streetfighter” motorcycle helmet trend with a unique new design. The Ghost is available with a tri-composite shell or as the Ghost Carbon shown here. The Ghost Carbon in size XL weighs just 1188 grams, which makes it one of the lightest helmets we’ve ever reviewed. What’s unique …

The New Caberg Drift The Caberg Drift is the Italian company’s newest top-of-the-line helmet. The Drift is a street/sport or “high-tech” touring helmet with a composite carbon, Kevlar and fiberglass shell. A full carbon-fiber shell version of the Drift is also available. The composite shell results in a light weight helmet that makes a positive …

Caberg Xtrace and Uptown Helmets Caberg announced the XTRACE convertible dual-sport helmet and the UPTOWN open-face “Jet” style helmet at the EICMA show in Milan last week. The Xtrace is a more focused dual-sport helmet that compliments the Caberg Tourmax reviewed on webBikeWorld, which is the world’s first dual-sport flip-up helmet. The Uptown is a new open-face …

Caberg’s “Street Enduro” We published the Caberg XTrace preview in November 2015. The helmet was announced at the EICMA show in October 2015. Call ’em what you want — dual-sport, adventure-touring or Caberg’s “street enduro”, these helmets have become super popular. But the new XTrace has a slightly different take on the formula. It’s slightly more biased …

Caberg Tourmax Helmet Review The Caberg Tourmax is the “World’s first enduro flip-up helmet”. The helmet is also homologated to both the P and J ECE standard, which means it is legal for use when riding a motorcycle as either a full-face (visor locked) or as a “Jet” style helmet (visor locked in the upright …

Caberg Tourmax: World’s First Dual-Sport Flip-up Helmet! October 25, 2013 – Caberg Helmets is celebrating its 40th anniversary in typical Caberg style with another motorcycle helmet first. The Caberg Tourmax is the world’s first dual-sport flip-up motorcycle helmet! UPDATE (November 7, 2013) – The Caberg Tourmax prototype has arrived! Full review coming soon. Here are some …

Caberg Justissimo GT Helmet Review The Caberg Justissimo has been in production probably longer than any other motorcycle helmet. It’s approaching a ten year anniversary and it’s still a very popular helmet. Continuous improvements and evolution through the years have kept it fresh. The current iteration, the Justissimo GT, is still one of the best-looking …

Caberg Duke Preview November 20, 2011 – The big news at Caberg for 2012 is the introduction of the Caberg Duke flip-up helmet. The Duke replaces the Caberg Konda (review) and is a successor to the Caberg Trip (review), both very popular flip-up helmets. So the Duke has a strong heritage to uphold and it appears to be …

Caberg Helmets for 2012 November 19, 2011 – Here are some more new Caberg helmets for 2012 (See the Caberg Duke flip-up helmet preview here). We have focused on the Caberg flip-up and “jet” styled helmets in our webBikeWorld reviews such as the fantastic Caberg Ego (review) and HyperX (review). The company is noted for its unique designs, but …

Caberg Ego Helmet Review The Caberg Ego is a very innovative and revolutionary new motorcycle helmet that makes everything else seem so old-fashioned. But there’s more to the Ego than just the top vent. It’s an outstanding helmet that adds a webBikeWorld-inspired internal sun visor, relatively light weight and low cost to make a hard-to-resist …

2011 Caberg DOT Helmets Caberg Helmets and the U.S. Market There were probably more helmet manufacturers on display at the 2011 Dealer Expo than any other type of motorcycle product. I’m not sure why; perhaps there only appeared to be more helmets due to the paucity of clothing manufacturers who attended the event. I do …

Caberg HyperX Motorcycle Helmet Review The new Caberg HyperX is a unique modular helmet with a removable chin bar, making it highly versatile for street riding, touring or adventure touring. The quality construction and solid feel sets it apart from other helmets of this type. Crossover Helmet Review Series: ▪ X-Lite X-402GT Review ▪ Caberg HyperX Review …

Caberg HyperX Helmet November 4, 2010 – Besides the new Caberg Ego (report), Caberg will also introduce the Caberg HyperX for 2011. UPDATE: Caberg to enter U.S. market (more in the Caberg HyperX Review)!  Also see this Caberg DOT Helmets report from the 2011 Dealer Expo. The Caberg HyperX is a dual-homologated Jet helmet, which means it passes both …

Caberg Konda Flip-Up Motorcycle Helmet November, 2009 – Caberg has announced a new flip-up (modular) motorcycle helmet, the Caberg Konda, which was announced at the 2009 EICMA trade show in Milan. The Konda replaces the Caberg Trip (review) for 2010. Caberg helmets, which are known for their innovation and style, will continue to produce the long-lived (and …

Caberg Konda Motorcycle Helmet The 2010 Caberg Konda is one of the most stylish flip-up helmets available. It has an outstanding finish and excellent overall quality with generous sizing. It is also ready for and can be fitted with the Caberg “Just Speak” Bluetooth 2.0 wireless communication system. The Caberg Konda is new for 2010 …

Updated Sintesi is Improved My original review of the Caberg Sintesi was published on webBikeWorld in September of 2009. My conclusion about the helmet was…inconclusive. I usually have fairly strong opinions one way or the other about a product, but I ended that review with mixed feelings, or what I’d call a “60/40” opinion of …

Caberg Sintesi With Dual Homologation The Caberg Sintesi is comfortable and it has modern styling and many interesting features. It can be worn with the rotating visor down or up and it meets the ECE 22.05 safety standard for use in both positions. The helmet is very heavy, however, and our example also has a …

Caberg Trip Helmet Review High-quality helmet with unique styling (for a flip-up). Comfortable, relatively quiet and one of the lightest weight flip-ups available. Venting could be better, but overall, a good value. Let’s do something different and start with my conclusion: it didn’t take long for the Caberg Trip to become my favorite flip-up motorcycle …

Caberg Justissimo Review The Justissimo is a well-made flip-up helmet with some interesting features and nice attention to detail. Includes internal retractable tinted visor. It is also relatively quiet and it has good ventilation. The internal length from the back of helmet to chin bar is relatively short. What to call this type of helmet? …