The helmet manufacturer based in Magdeburg, Germany will not only present its two latest Motorcycle helmets C4 and R2 at the Milan trade fair but also two newly developed communication systems, as well as new colours and graphics for its complete range of helmets.
MAGDEBURG, GERMANY – November 8, 2016 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – The international motorcycle trade fair EICMA in Milan opens its doors to the general public from November 10th to 13th, and just as last year, visitors will be able to get a glimpse into the future of SCHUBERTH. CEO Jan-Christian Becker: “Following our re-evaluation of the Italian market, we returned to the EICMA in 2015 after years of absence. In addition, I am convinced our presence at this important trade fair is critical for the implementation of our growth strategy. That is just one more good reason for SCHUBERTH to once again join the Milan line-up in 2016.”
In terms of new products, the leading helmet manufacturer from Germany has plenty to show. Distinguished by unmistakable design, flawless functionality and unusual equipment, SCHUBERTH is set to write the next chapter in the history of the flip-up helmet with the all-new model C4. Not only does it have an integrated antenna as standard, it also comes with two integrated speakers, a microphone and slots to accommodate the new optional communication system SC1. Also launched at the EICMA and equipped with the same pre-installed equipment for Bluetooth and radio reception, the new R2 is the model with which SCHUBERTH re-invents the traditional full face helmet. Besides the new communication system SC1 for the new C4 and R2 helmets, the SCHUBERTH stand in Milan will feature the new SC10U communication system for the popular SCHUBERTH C3 line of flip-up helmets as well as the SCHUBERTH Adventure helmet E1 that has been launched in the spring of 2016. In addition, the full range of SCHUBERTH helmets will be displayed in new colours and graphics at the EICMA.
Helmet manufacturers SCHUBERTH are based in Magdeburg, Germany. They have been designing and manufacturing high-end head protection systems since the early 1950s. With its wide range of innovative products, the company is a world leader in motorcycle and motorsport helmets as well as in protective helmets for industrial, fire service, police and military use. For more information please visit www.schuberth.com
Source: SCHUBERTH GmbH