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Thread: Schuberth Helmets

  1. #16
    On the Road
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    Oct 2003
    Charleston SC
    I bought the Concept because it seemed to have everything I needed ~ the internal sun-visor is so cool. However I find the "venting" to be almost non-existant and in the rain I have to leave it open or I'm completely blind. Odd fitting too; they say the sizes run small which I would have to agree with. I've taken a spoon to the inside of the helmet to get rid of the pressure points and that has made a huge improvement. Still, for a long ride I wear my AGV.

  2. #17
    Registered User rapz's Avatar
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    Nov 2003
    Mission, TX

    Post Schubert Helmets

    My brother uses a Schubert and he does say that the sizes run small, loves his visor, but helmet seems to be much heavier than my flip up HJC. I'm told the Austin PD Motorcycle Patrol all use HJC. I'm happy with mine, but I'm not sure it provides the protection of the Schubert.
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    Slowpoke & Proud of It! BRADFORDBENN's Avatar
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    Mar 2003
    State of Confusion

    Best soap for removing bugs and snot

    Well I have sneezed in my helmet...

    Anyway the best thing I have found for cleaning my helmet and motorcycle is Rokeach soap. Yes, it is a brand name but many people simply call it "Kosher Soap" because it is kosher.

    The stuff is the best thing I have ever found. It is so good I have my mother send it to me from NJ cause I can not buy it locally.


    It isn't what you ride, it is if you ride

  4. 11-23-2003, 06:24 PM

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    Schuberth Helmets

    I find them to be overly expensive and noisy, but the drop down sun visor is the feature that made me buy one. I am not a big fan of flip front helmets (way too noisy), but if I could find a standard full-face with the trick sun visor, I'd buy it in a heartbeat.

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