Caberg Motorcycle Helmet Instructions

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Caberg manufactures Department of Transportation-approved motorcycle crash helmets in Europe. A Caberg helmet incorporates several air vents to keep a rider cool while travelling on long trips. This flip-up style helmet allows the entire visor to rise and it has an internal sunshade. This feature relieves the rider from wearing sunglasses under a helmet.

Skill level:
Easy

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Push the clear front visor up with one hand to open it for additional airflow when you are riding at a slow speed or at a stop sign. Push the clear visor down with one hand to close it for protection.

  2. 2

    Press the front button in on the mouth area and push the entire visor back to lift the front face piece and the clear visor in one motion. This allows you to use the helmet as an open-faced model. The visor swivels up and latches internally to remain in the upward position. Push the visor down with one hand to close it.

  3. 3

    Place one hand on the slider at the back centre of the helmet and push forward to lower the internal sun visor. The sun visor will stop at any position. Push the slider backward to lift the internal sun visor.

  4. 4

    Slide the top vent open with one hand by pushing it backward. The top vent control is on the top of the helmet near the front. Slide the top vent closed by pushing it forward.

  5. 5

    Push the right metal side of the chinstrap into the retainer on the left side of the chinstrap to lock it while riding. Press the red quick-release button on the chinstrap with one hand to release the lock.

Tips and warnings

  • Adjust the internal sun visor partially down to shade eyes from the overhead sunlight. Push the internal sun visor down completely to shade eyes from road glare.
  • Caberg helmets are available for purchase online.

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