New Schuberth C3 Pro Helmets Available at

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Motorcycle protective apparel retailer recognizes Schuberth as being one of the premier motorcycle helmet manufacturers in the industry.

The difference between us and our competitors is that we offer quality products with value. We are known for selling only the very best from Arai, AGV, Dainese, Rev'it!, Klim and now Schuberth.

Schuberth is notably one the motorcycle helmet industry's leaders in innovative approaches to noise reduction and safety. Examples to this can be found all across their product line, from having every helmet tested in an acoustic wind tunnel, to being the company that introduced the first modular helmet. This brings us to the Schuberth C3 Pro. Since its introduction, the Schuberth C3 Pro has been sought after by BMW motorcycle enthusiasts around the world for its quality and lightweight design. Schuberth is a company that continues to change the landscape of the motorcycle world by asking the question "How can a great helmet become greater?"

Julio Grullon, Motochanic Co-Founder: "The difference between us and our competitors is that we offer quality products with value. We are known for selling only the very best from Arai, AGV, Dainese, Rev'it!, Klim, and now Schuberth."

What makes the Schuberth C3 Pro helmet unique from all other modular helmets on the market, is in its ground breaking construction. The Schuberth C3 Pro has a fiberglass and dyneema reinforced sandwich construction for the perfect rigidity, lightness and an integrated FM Antenna in the EPS liner. The Integrated Antenna comes pre-wired to work as a signal booster to accommodate the custom-fit SRC Bluetooth communication system powered by Cardo Systems. Schuberth has taken functional styling cues from their full face helmet, the Schuberth S2 helmet, and brought them to the C3 Pro. These styling cues include a spoiler built into the rear outer shell of the helmet and two small spoilers that run along chin bar of the helmet. The benefit of having this dual spoiler system comes to life at higher speed by adding up to 8% more downforce to the helmet, improving riding stability. These are some of the feature that make the C3 Pro a helmet worth looking into, but what sets this new modular helmet apart from all others is how quiet it is.

The C3 Pro is currently one of the quietest modular helmets to date at 82 db, at 100kmh/ 62Mph. The engineers at Schuberth achieved this by focusing on the aeroacoustics of the helmet. The outer shell in combination with the chin bar spoilers, reduce wind resistance, significantly minimizing buffering and wind noise. Other features that make the C3 Pro one of the quietest modular helmet are found in the face shield. This optically correct face shield has built in wind deflectors near the crown to help reduce wind noise and resistance. These are some of the characteristics that make buying the Schuberth C3 Pro worth exploring. What should also be considered when a buying Schuberth, is the overall value of the product. The C3 Pro comes with a UV protective drop down visor and a ratchet quick release system for easy removal. Schuberth offers a comprehensive 5 year warranty on all their helmets and a PinLock system. The new Schuberth C3 Pro and C3W Pro helmet is available at

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