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    Member chuckgarrett's Avatar
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    Schuberth E1

    I need a new helmet and am leaning towards the Schuberth E1 modular. I'd like to get something with the flip up face and I want it to be quiet enough I don't need earplugs. I see a white one on Amazon for 690.
    I ride mostly around farm fields 10-20mph with the occasional street run at 50mph or so. Trips to the Sierras will be soon and I love me'a tech trail.
    Anyone have one of these yet or have other suggestions to look at? Do you Schuberth owners really like yer helmets?

    "She gives good helmet" hehehe

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    I have a C3 and LOVE it.

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    Senior Member Tweaker's Avatar
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    We met Chris from Fl in Moab he had a modular Shubert and really liked it. Some of the cycle gear modulars with BT are @ $200 and getting great reviews. It seems the more you pay the lighter the helmet is.
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    I own a C3 as well and i have been very happy with mine. I use mine on my road bike and its super quiet and very comfortable. If the E1 has been available when i was looking for a dual sport helmet i would have got one. I got an Arai XD instead.
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    Just sold my C3Pro.
    Waiting for the availability and fit of the C4 helmets.
    Still using my Shoei Neotec.
    Those are my street helmets.

    For offroad, I use a Bilt (CycleGear) adventure helmet without Bluetooth. Comfortable and gets the job done.
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    I got an LS2 Metro with the flip up face for around $200...also I love the ratchet style strap! It should be plenty quiet at those speeds.

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    Senior Member Donzo's Avatar
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    I have a modular for my street bike - it tends to close on trail rides with many bumps - the worst is when it partially closed....can't see! I got a Fly Racing helmet with a flip up shield (full face) - good sound suppression, comfortable and at speed has very good wind protection. I use it on my street bike on windy days, much quieter than my modular. It cost about $170.

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