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The New C4 Schuberth has announced the long-awaited update to the popular Schuberth C3 (review). There just aren’t many details about the Schuberth C4, but here are three photos showing a sample of the graphics. Schuberth also hasn’t said whether the C4 will finally get at least one more additional shell size; let’s keep our fingers …

The C3 Dual-Sport The Schuberth E1 was announced at the 2015 AIMExpo (Report) and described in our Schuberth E1 Preview. Just for the record, the E1 isn’t the first flip-up dual-sport helmet; that award goes to the Caberg Tourmax (review), released in 2013. The E1 is basically a variant of the Schuberth C3 Pro (review), with additional features and a …

A Schuberth Flip-up Dual-Sport Helmet The Schuberth E1 “Adventure” dual-sport flip-up helmet was announced at the 2015 AIMExpo (reports)in Orlando, Florida. The E1 is based on the Schuberth C3 (review) with the addition of a new chin venting system, top vent and peak to create the helmet. But if you didn’t know there’s a C3 hiding under that …

Fixing the Broken Pin on a Schuberth Neck Roll The unique neck roll on the Schuberth C3, C3 Pro, S2 and others snaps into the bottom of the helmet. It’s designed as an added layer to help reduce noise levels and to make the vents more efficient. In fact, Schuberth claims that this design works …

The Schuberth of Open-Face Helmets The Schuberth M1 may look like a (somewhat) ordinary length open-face motorcycle helmet, but it isn’t. Every detail makes the M1 the “Schuberth of open-face helmets”. That includes the outstanding build quality, paint and overall finish, the no-seams ultrasonically welded three-part liner. And the list price… It has a huge …

Schuberth Announces a New Open-Face Helmet October 16, 2014 – Schuberth introduced the M1 helmet today at the 2014 AIMExpo. UPDATE: Schuberth M1 review now posted! This is not a replacement for the funky Schuberth J1 (review), but a new open-face helmet for the product line. I still use my J1 in hot summer riding and the removable …

Schuberth SRC System for the C3 Pro and S2 Helmets The Schuberth SRC-S (Schuberth Rider Communications System) is an updated intercom. It fits the Schuberth C3 Pro (review) and the SRC for theSchuberth S2 (review). Both of those, in turn were an update for the original SRC we reviewed in 2010 for the Schuberth C3 (review).. Wow! That’s a big …

Schuberth C3 Pro Helmet Review The Schuberth C3 Pro is an evolution of the popular Schuberth C3 (review). Although the helmet may appear identical, it has several updates and improvements, added based on owner feedback. Only a C3 owner might notice the differences, but the changes are significant. The updated C3 Pro features include a rear …

New Schuberth Helmet Colors for 2014 October 20, 2013 – Final report from the AIMExpo show. Schuberth has spiced up their color palette for 2014 with many new colors. The Schuberth C3 Pro (preview), the Schuberth SR1 (review) and the Schuberth S2 (review) all get the treatment. I took a closer look at the Schuberth C3 Pro at the Schuberth …

Schuberth SR1 U.S.A. DOT Version The SR1 was the webBikeWorld 2011 Motorcycle Helmet of the Year and we were anxiously awaiting the DOT version to arrive. The good news is that the DOT version is identical to the ECE version of the Schuberth SR1 (review) in every way but one. The DOT helmet did gain a bit of weight, …

Schuberth Announces the C3 Pro Helmet January 26, 2013 – Schuberth announces the C3 Pro and C3 Pro Women, said to be “The First High Speed Flip-Up Helmet with Internal Antenna”. We’ll have a C3 Pro with the Schuberth SRCS (Schuberth Rider Communications System) Bluetooth intercom system soon for a review (here’s the Schuberth C3 review), in …

The U.S. Version of the Schuberth S2 The Schuberth S2 is now available in North America with DOT homologation. The helmet is nearly identical to the ECE version of theSchuberth S2 (review) we reviewed in May 2012. The weight has gone up slightly for the DOT version but otherwise, it’s the same outstanding helmet, with many …

The Schuberth S2 Helmet The Schuberth S2 is the company’s new sport/touring helmet that includes an internal sun visor. It is made with typical Schuberth quality and features, including a built-in intercom antenna (for the Schuberth SRCS-2 system only). Its comfortable and the weight is very reasonable, especially considering the features. However, the S2 doesn’t …

Schuberth S2 Preview February 21, 2012 – The 2012 Dealer Expo is over but I have a few more reports to post. Schuberth formally introduced both the Schuberth S2 and Schuberth SR1 (review) helmets at this year’s event. We reviewed the Schuberth SR1 late last year and it was named the webBikeWorld Motorcycle Helmet of the Year in our …

Schuberth SR1 Helmet Review The new Schuberth SR1 was designed with Michael Schumacher and incorporates features found in both Formula 1 and motorcycle racing helmets. The SR1 has it all — light weight, outstanding ventilation, comfort and even low noise levels, all wrapped up in a solid feeling shell. The helmet is currently sold in …

Schuberth Announces C3 Hi Viz for U.S. Market April 14, 2011 – Due to popular demand, Schuberth Helmets has announced the availability of the Schuberth C3 in the “Hi-Visibility Yellow” color for the U.S. and Canada. UPDATE: Schuberth C3 High-Viz Yellow Review The helmet will increase the color choices available for the C3 for U.S. and …

Schuberth C3 USA DOT Helmet Review Schuberth has made a big commitment to the North American market and the big news here is that there isn’t much news. That’s because the DOT version of the C3 is nearly identical to the popular ECE version of the helmet in every way — and that’s a definite …

Schuberth SRC Review and a Schuberth C3 Redux The same high-quality Schuberth C3 as always and now with the available Schuberth SRC (Schuberth Rider Communications), a Bluetooth intercom system. Made by Cardo (Scala Rider), the SRC will fit any C3 helmet. An SRC system for the C2 and Schuberth Concept helmet will also become available …

Schuberth Returns to the U.S.A September 17, 2010 – Rumors of Schuberth’s return to the U.S.A. have come true and the company announced its new California headquarters and helmet sales in the U.S. for the first time in four years. The new Schuberth Helmets offices in Aliso Viejo, California will serve as the headquarters, which …

The Schuberth of Flip-up Helmets The Schuberth C3 combines light weight and a comfortable fit. It also has the most effective noise control system we have experienced in any flip-up (or full-face, for that matter) helmet. We published a Schuberth C3 “First Look” just three months ago in August of 2008. At that time, Schuberth claimed that …

A New Schuberth Has Arrived! Here is a first look at the new Schuberth C3 flip-up motorcycle helmet. We have one on the way and it will go through the full webBikeWorld evaluation process as soon as possible! NEW! Schuberth C3 DOT Review  |  Schuberth C3 Full Review! No doubt about it, the Schuberth Concept was the …

World’s Quietest Motorcycle Helmet? Very quiet helmet in most riding conditions. Excellent quality. Good air flow. Includes internal sun visor. Schuberth claims that the new R1 helmet is “the quietest motorcycle helmet in the world”. And guess what? We agree. Of course, the usual caveats apply: the helmet must fit the rider and the rider …

Unique Schuberth Open-Face Helmet Helmet With Chin Bar The Schuberth J1 gave me one of the biggest slap-the-forehead “why didn’t I think of that” moments in my life. The J1 is basically an open-face motorcycle helmet with a snap-in hoop, designed to protect the rider’s chin. Leave it to Schuberth to think of something like …

Schuberth S1 vs. Shark RSR The Battle of the Big Ones! You’re looking at about $1,400.00 worth of motorcycle helmets. These are two of the most expensive helmets on the planet. But decent helmets can easily be found for $200.00 or less, so are these really 3-4 times better? Is the Schuberth S1 the “ultimate …

The Classic Schuberth Flip-up I’m not sure if anyone has actually charted the evolution of flip-up helmets, but if they did, Schuberth would certainly be right there at the root of the flip-up family tree. The Schuberth C2 is the direct descendant of the Concept, which was the lid that probably did more than any …

Schuberth S1 SuperSport? The Schuberth S1 has solid build quality and it’s relatively quiet. The large shell size (for XL) and thick neck roll are definitely a different feel. Words like “ultimate helmet”, “world’s quietest helmet”, “best helmet in the world”, “safest helmet” and more have been tossed around by exuberant marketeers in their descriptions …