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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.

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Predator Motorcycle Helmet
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AridersLifeOfficial I made this to Expose the NLO moto Predator motorcycle helmet they claim is DOT AND SNELL approved, yet don't provide certificates / written proof. 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. ! FAQ: 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 aswell.. 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 http://www.facebook.com/AridersLifeOfficial

Schuberth SR1 Helmet Review at Competition Accessories

Schuberth SR1 Helmet
See http://www.webbikeworld.com/r2/motorcycle-helmet/schuberth-sr1/ for the full review, more photos and information on this amazing helmet.

Schuberth Helmet Sizing and Buying Guide at RevZilla.com
Schuberth Helmet Sizing and Buying Guide http://www.revzilla.com/schuberth?utm_source=youtube.com&utm_medium=descrip tion&utm_campaign=Schuberth_Helmet_Sizing_and_Buying_Guide Schuberth has a history that can be defined with 3 numbers: 30/60/90. Schuberth was founded 90 years ago in Braunschweig, Germany (they were actually a brewery back in those days). Schuberth has been making head protection and helmets for 60 years. The last 30 years, Schuberth has been using aerodynamic testing and even has their own wind tunnel! Schuberth offers a unique set of features in all of their helmets that include Pinlock ready faceshields and lenses, 360° of reflectivity, the patented Anti-Roll off system, and advanced wind tunnel testing that improves aerodynamics and acoustics. The SR1 is the top of the food chain and is a thoroughbred race helmet purpose built for the track. The S2 offers all the creature comforts found in the C3 Pro in a more sporty, full face chassis. The C3 Pro is the latest generation in modular helmet technology that boasts improved aerodynamics, better fitting shape, an integrated dual-band antenna and is 2 full decibels quieter over the predecessor. The C3 Pro W is the women's-specific helmet that uses a softer lining material that resists makeup and specialized cheek pads that better contour a woman's face. Schuberth has one of the most interesting histories of any helmet manufacturer and pioneered many firsts along the way. For those who seek the über precise German Quality in a helmet, Schuberth is the one.

Schuberth C3 Pro Helmet Review at RevZilla.com
Schuberth C3 Pro Helmet Review http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/schuberth-c3-pro-helmet?utm_source=youtu be.com&utm_medium=description&utm_campaign=Schuberth_C3_Pro_Helmet The highly anticipated Schuberth C3 Pro is here at long last, along with a list of new features that rival the Dead Sea Scrolls. The outer shell has been redesigned with a rear spoiler, similar to that found on the S2, using Schuberth S.T.R.O.N.G fiber construction. The C3 was already a quiet helmet, but the C3 Pro has shaved another 2 decibels off the noise level for a total of 82db. The faceshield still comes Pinlock ready, with the Pinlock insert in the box, and has turbulators at the top of the visor that slice through air like a hot knife through butter. The newly designed internal sun visor is now constructed of polycarbonate and now meets the Australian standard AS1067 for clarity. The venting scheme has been improved with a new style chin vent that better clears the faceshield, a top vent that flows more air and more mesh in the neckroll to aid in hot air extraction. The comfort lining has been completely revamped and now boasts a more comfortable fit, especially for those with a more narrow head shape. A Coolmax Thermocool treatment has been added to the lining to help deter bacteria and odor, and keep the lining feeling cool to the touch. A narrow fitting cheekpad option will also be available for those who need more room. There is a new SRC System that will mate to the C3 Pro that uses the 31" internal FM dual-band antenna that snakes around the shell for FM radio and increased communication range. The C3 Pro Woman helmet will be offered in a variety of fashionable colors and a plush interior that feels softer against the face.

How to choose and fit a new motorcycle helmet
In this video Schuberth North America's Technical Communication Manger Mike Talarico provides some tips on how to choose a new helmet as well as how to make sure it fits properly. Below are all 3 Steps as well as the Schuberth size chart. Step one: Research Make a list of features that suite the type of riding you will be doing, as well as some must have features. Bring this list with you to your local dealer when trying helmets on. Some features to think about are: Ventilation Weight Aerodynamics Faceshild mechanism and ease of use Integrated sun visor Safety standards (ECE 22.05, SNELL, DOT etc.) Communications capabilities Comfort liner (fully removable? machine washable? moisture wicking?) Clarity of Faceshield and Visor (are they optically correct) Materials used in construction Manufatures reputation Warranty (3 year, 5 year) Price range Step two: Measure your head Use a soft tape measure to find the circumference of your head along your "brow" line. Normally this is done about 1 inch about your eyebrows. Use the chart below for Schuberth helmets: Size Measurement (cm) XXS 50-51 XS 52-53 SM 54-55 MD 56-57 LG 58-59 XL 60-61 2XL 62-63 3XL 64-65 Size Measurement (in) XXS 19.7-20.1 XS 20.5-20.9 SM 21.3-21.7 MD 22-22.4 LG 22.8-23.2 XL 23.6-24 2XL 24.4-24.8 3XL 25.2-25.6 Step three: Try Helmets on Try on as many helmets that meet your criteria as possible. Make your best attempt to leave each helmet on for at least 15-20 minutes. With the helmet on, make note of any pressure points that may develop as they will get worse when you are on the bike. If pressure develops, try the next size up, keeping in mind that every brand is not right for every head shape... the next size up may be too big. Sometimes the brand you want, is not designed for your head and it may be best to go with a different brand. Fit test: Once you have completed all three steps, you are ready to move onto the three fit tests. 1. Use your pinky finger and press lightly between the helmet and your head in three areas, first in the center near your forehead, second on the left side near your temple and third on the right side near your other temple. When doing this make note of any gaps, here you are trying to gauge how if the helmet provides even pressure around the head. 2. Left and right movement. Brace your neck and shoulders and move only the helmet to the left and right. During this test, the skin on your face should move with the helmet. If the skin on your cheeks and face is not moving, you will want to try a smaller helmet. 3. Up and down movement. Follow the same process as fit test step 2, bracing your neck and shoulders, this time moving the helmet up and down. Similarly, the helmet should move the skin on your forehead and cheeks here as well. Again, if the skin on your face does not move with the helmet, or if the helmet moves too freely, try on a smaller helmet.

75 MPH Motorcycle Crash Helmet Cam
READ THIS DESCRIPTION! Riding on the beltway in a 2004 Honda CBR600F4i, Virginia side of 495 N right before the bridge going into Maryland. July 10, 2013 At around 0:15 seconds I see the traffic building up ahead and I try to slow down to the flow of traffic ahead of me, and due to the fact that this is my FIRST TIME riding my new CBR600F4i, I, being used to my old 2008 Kawasaki Ninja 250R, squeeze the front brake as I normally would on my Ninja, and my front wheel locks up due to the fact that the two bikes have very different braking power (the CBR600 being way more powerful due to the fact that it has a 600cc engine rather than a 250cc like the one on the Ninja). Just like a slow car has shitty brakes and a Lamborghini has nice ceramic brakes to allow it to stop in just a couple seconds from really high speeds, bikes like the CBR and Ninja work the same way. As for the bike, it was equipped with some decent frame sliders (plastic piece on the side of the bike that pops out to prevent damage to the body of the bike in case of a drop) and so the bike doesn't have too much damage, but the right side mirror, front brake lever, and rear brake pedal all fell off the bike during the crash. The right side frame slider eventually came off the bike, but by the time it was destroyed, the bike had already slowed down quite a deal, so the damage to the bike wasn't exorbitant, in fact, I thought the damage was so minimal that I was going to continue my ride, but then I noticed that both brakes had fallen off the bike and would definitely not want to ride my bike without brakes, despite the fact that braking (and my stupid negligence to practice braking in a parking lot on my new bike) caused my crash :) I was all suited up in my expensive $900 gear and don't regret spending a single cent of it because I know for a fact that it saved my life and I am extremely thankful for that. Kudos goes out to the people nice enough to stop for me on the side of the road to ask me if I was okay (I only "suffered" an extremely mild bruise to my hip, which wasnt really anything at all) while I waited for a tow truck to come (took two hours for the tow truck to get there, and another 30 minutes for the truck to strap in my bike, yes, I waited in the shoulder on the beltway in the 90 degree heat just watching cars whizz by me for two hours, but that wasn't exactly a big deal at that time). The man behind me that stopped (as seen in the video) was deaf and could not speak either and stopped on the shoulder to see if I was okay. It took me a second to realize that he couldn't talk or hear me but, I gave him a thumbs up and said I was okay. I am extremely fortunate he was paying attention behind the wheel of his Mazda RX-8 and wasn't texting or doing something else, because otherwise he most definitely would have run me over. Also if you see the video in slow motion, it is noticeable that he pulls into the shoulder to avoid hitting me. If I wasn't in the left lane, who knows what would have happened. I have definitely learned a lot from this experience and will definitely continue to ride my motorcycle despite the obvious risks involved. Riding a motorcycle is a lot of fun and will continue to be a lot of fun for me. Most motorcyclists have told me that you will drop your bike no matter how seasoned of a motorcyclist you are, and I guess that is true. I was pretty confident in my skills on my bike, but there is always more to learn. I have definitely taken from this that it is imperative to wear your gear no matter how hot the weather is. I am fortunate that I took the decision to wear my leather jacket despite of the 90 degree inferno. I remember negotiating the risks in my head and almost deciding not to wear my jacket because it was too hot. Also, no, normal jeans would not have protected me if I went down like this and I am glad I spent the extra money on padded kevlar jeans. I was wearing: ECE 22.05/DOT Polycarbonate Shelled Helmet Perforated Leather Jacket with armored padding at the shoulders, elbows, and back Kevlar Jeans with armored padding at the knees Leather Gloves with hard protection on the knuckles and rubber pads on the finger joints Recorded with a Drift HD720 Action Camera (got a little messed up in the crash but only scratches, so I get to keep filming for YouTube!) Thanks for watching!

The Schuberth SR1 - Design and Development of a Supersports-helmet
This is the story of our newest Supersport Helmet - the SR1. This is how we work, who we are and what we do. And what lead us to one of the most sophisticated motorcycle supersport helmets in the market. To find out more about the SR1 visit http://www.schuberth.com/en/motorcycle/sr1.html See what others say about the SR1: http://www.webbikeworld.com/r2/motorcycle-helmet/schuberth-sr1/

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