Winner type

Winner type
 

The SR1 convinces the people from PS-Magazin and Webbikeworld who tested it.

Technical skill and precision

Technical skill and precision
 

From the first draft to the finished helmet Most stringent requirements for your safety.

Featured riders

Featured riders
 

The super racing helmet SR1 on the world's racetracks. 

Production of the SR1

How a Schuberth helmet is made

 
 
 

Technical skill and precision are at the root of our success

One thing you should know: Schuberth helmets do not come off a fully automated production line. Each Schuberth helmet is made by hand. From the raw fibreglass matting to the finished product, the SR1 takes around one week to be hand-crafted by 35 members of our highly-skilled Schuberth team. Zero tolerance for defects ensures that a trained eye is cast over every step of the production process. No less than 14 different parts made of fibreglass, carbon and a special polymer resin compound are worked by hand before the helmet shell is pressed into shape using high pressure and heat. Each helmet shell is measured for consistency and only then is it given the stamp of approval. A water jet with over 3,000 bar of pressure is used to cut the shell with the highest degree of precision before even slightest irregularities are smoothed over in the polishing shop.

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Love and passion turn every Schuberth helmet into a masterpiece

We place great importance on the quality of the paint finish on our helmets. Each helmet has to go through the spraying process four times before the primer, colour and clear varnish are able to meet the high standards expected of Schuberth helmets. Adding the final graphics is an even more elaborate process. Up to two hours are needed to produce the perfect Raceline graphics. If the graphics appear exactly the same from one helmet to another, this is not just the result of many hours of training and practice: this is down to our love and passion for our work.

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Perfection breeds trust

The helmet is weighed and checked after every step during the production process. In this way we can be sure that only 100% perfect helmet shells reach the final assembly stage. More than a dozen assembly operations are required to fit the various additional components, from the high-performance EPS inner shell to the hand-stitched interior lining. After all functions have been checked again and the helmet has been weighed and polished, you can see quite clearly why Schuberth helmets have had such a fantastic reputation for decades: the whole is more than the sum of its individual parts. But this is far from being the end of all the checks. Our motto is just the same for production as it is for design and development: test, test, test. Every day helmets are taken off the production line at random to be tested in our laboratory for perfection in functionality and shock absorption. The goal of our test engineers is not just to meet standards, but to constantly raise the bar in terms of quality standards. Your safety is our priority.

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