Michael Schumacher´s gold-plated helmet, Spa, 2011 "20 years F1"
Michael Schumacher (Mercedes GP Petronas), will be celebrating yet another
historical first at the Grand Prix of Spa-Francorchamps: Twenty years after
his debut in the premiere division of his sport, the 42 year old is still
racing as an active driver.
His star launched its incredible ascent on 25 August 1991. On 28 August
2011 it will truly shine in gold.
Helmet manufacturer Schuberth will present 7-time world champion Michael
Schumacher with a special helmet to commemorate the day in grand style --
with 21-carat gold plating.
This Movie shows the "Making of" this very special helmet, plated with
21-carat gold from applying this rare metal to the final assembly by our
Schuberth race mechanic.
AGV Corsa Helmet Review at RevZilla.com
AGV Corsa Helmet Review
utm_medium=description&utm_campaign=AGV_Corsa_Helmet The AGV Corsa helmet
is the long-awaited replacement for the GP Tech that blends the technology
developed in conjunction with Valentino Rossi for the Pista GP with
features built for street use. The Corsa helmet has the same shell shape,
aerodynamics, ventilation and faceshield as the Pista GP, built on a SSL
(Super Super Light) composite fiber, aramid and carbon fiber shell. Some of
the improvements over the GP Tech include lower weight, increased venting,
improved aerodynamics and smaller visor movements. The Corsa will be
offered in 8 sizes using 4 shells with 3 mid-range sizes so each rider can
have the lightest, most aerodynamic option for their head as possible. The
interior uses a breathable Lycra lining that is treated with Dry-comfort
for sanitizing and the head liner and cheek pads are tunable for a
precision fit. A RACE 2 flat faceshield offers a super wide field of vision
and is prepared to take both tear-offs and a Pinlock insert and can be
changed out in a snap using the XQRS (Extra Quick Release System). The new
AGV Corsa helmet will be available in solids and graphics and even a primer
version that is set up for custom painting.
A 2011 KTM RC8R 1190 is born! (KTM factory visit)
First run of a KTM RC8R 1190 in Mattighofen, fresh off the assembly line.
Watch and hear the first time the engine is started while being a
"complete" motorcycle, after which the bike is ridden on a testing bench
and run trough the gears. More at www.nieuwsmotor.nl
Dave custom painted his helmet
Dave custom paints his helmet. With no airbrush skills at all its still
possible to get a sick custom paint job with mad effects. Dave shows how.
Custom painted helmet paint a helmet
All products available from http://www.vgautopaints.com.au
Music by DanoSongs
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Schuberth C3 PRO SRC-Systems
Schuberth C3 PRO
Fred Zagrodnik von Motorrad-Tourer.com / Motorrad-Presse.com erklärt den
Einbau des SRC-Systems.
Schuberth C3 Pro Helmet
The New Schuberth C3 Pro Helmet is explained in detail in this video by our
representatives from Schuberth and you can take a ride with us to hear the
SRC system. It has many great features but what makes it truly unique is
that it's the first high speed flip-up helmet with an internal antenna.
Watch this video to learn more and then get your Schuberth C3 Pro Helmet
today from JC Motors - Where Riders Get Deals!
Schuberth S2 Helmet - Crash Testing
Filmed at the Schuberth factory in Germany, you can see the results of
three separate crash tests: the 'roll off' test, a flat anvil impact, and a
kerbstone impact. Impressively the new Schuberth S2 was well inside the
test parameters for ECE 22.05 homologation.
Predator Helmet Review (official) - NLO Customer Review
I made this to Expose the NLO moto Predator motorcycle helmet
they claim is DOT AND SNELL approved, yet don't provide certificates /
I paid just over 1000,00 for this back in Late December 2011, only to get
the helmet on the 17th of March 2012. After being told it would only be 10
to 20 days MAX before i had it.
I Ordered the helmet with the following..
Removable Carbon dreadlocks, the size of the Foam dreads.
Delivery within 20 days of the date i paid $1100 for this POS. !
1: Is this snell or Dot approved...
- NO, hell no, the dreads alone wont make this legal, yet the small
vision/ visor. Foam shell is not manufactured to fit the carbon shell, they
are parts from another helmet. The straps are not re-inforced on the shell
2: does it have foam padding?
- yes, you see that at the first clip of the helmet, from Part 2 onwards i
have removed the padding, as it wiggles around and never sits still when
you are wearing the helmet...
3: How much did it cost you?
- I paid over $1100 including Delivery to Australia in Dec 2011. I was
told it would be here within 20 days. I didn't receive it until Late March
2012 Only later to find out they didn't actually send it or Make it until
early Feb 2012.
4: The Helmet Looks Bigger then normal helmets,Is it?
- Yes, its around 20% bigger at the front, giving you a bobble head look.
5: Why wont they refund you ?
- Well because I took ti for a test ride, and the Foam dreadlocks had
broken almost instantly. I found this to be a fault with the Helmet as
having exposed RAW sharp carbon resin tearing away at the foam caused the
issue, They used this against me and refused to refund me.. Ontop of that,
all the shit inside the helmet was glued in a held in place with some sort
of shellys Gap filler.. I could feel parts inside the helmet moving around,
once i took the padding out, i seen how poorly the internals was made..
Thanks for taking the time to read my FAQ's