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ADV ProductsADV Riding GearSchuberth Introduces their First Adventure Helmet, the E1

Schuberth Introduces their First Adventure Helmet, the E1

The E1 ADV Helmet combines the best of both touring and off-road features.

Published on 10.15.2015

Schuberth touring helmets have always been popular among the adventure riding crowd, now they just introduced their first helmet designed specifically for ADV Riders — the E1 Adventure Helmet.

The Schuberth E1 was revealed to the public at the AIMExpo today. Their latest helmet offers the comfort, flexibility and safety of a modern flip-up helmet while meeting the special requirements of off-road use.

The E1 Adventure Helmet offers adventure riders a premium modular helmet designed to perform when the ride leaves the pavement. Schuberth developed the E1 in their proprietary aeroacoustics lab, resulting in a helmet optimized for both aerodynamic and aeroacoustic performance. An Anti-Roll-Off System keeps the helmet in place, while the removable and washable inner lining allows riders to keep their helmet clean in between adventures.

Schuberth E1 Modular dual sport helmet E1 Adventure Helmet
The E1’s chin bar conveniently flips up and an internal sun shield retracts with the push of a button.


One of the most innovative features of the Schuberth E1 Adventure Helmet is the fully articulating peak visor, which can be adjusted to three different positions independently from the face shield and chin bar. The helmet can be worn with both the faceshield and peak in place, or riders may opt to easily remove either piece to put the helmet in street or dirt configuration.

The E1 also features a closable air vent in the chin bar to ensure that riders get enough air as the ride intensifies, while a removable and washable filter helps clean the air in dirty and dusty conditions.

The E1 includes a built-in antenna for Schuberth’s SRC-System PRO. Utilizing the latest in Cardo communication technology, the Bluetooth® SRC-System serves as an intercom with other riders and can connect to a GPS unit, MP3 player or mobile phone for navigation, music listening or phone calls.

SCHUBERTH E1 color options E1 Adventure Helmet
The E1 will be available in 5 solid colors and 2 graphics with 5 colorways for a total of 10 helmet options.

Schuberth also offers a variety of tinted face shields, which are easily removed and replaced using Schuberth’s quick change system. The E1 Adventure Helmet will be available in XS-XXXL sizes, with two different shell sizes. Prices will be $829 USD for solid colors and $889 USD for graphics.

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Author: Rob Dabney

Rob Dabney started a lifelong obsession with motorcycles at the age of 15 when he purchased his first bike – a 1982 Honda MB5. Through his 20’s and 30’s he competed in off-road desert races, including the Baja 250, 500 and 1000. Eventually, his proclivity for exploration led him to dual sport and adventure riding. Rob’s never-ending quest to discover what’s around the next bend has taken him on Adventures in Mexico, Africa, Europe, and throughout the American West. As a moto journalist, he enjoys inspiring others to seek adventure across horizons both near and far.

Author: Rob Dabney

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2 thoughts on “Schuberth Introduces their First Adventure Helmet, the E1

  1. Seemed interesting right up to the price and the cardo system. Gonna have to be very light, quiet, and comfortable to be interesting again.


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