German helmet manufacturer, Schuberth, unveiled the M1 open face helmet at the AIMExpo yesterday. The M1 is available in colors and is customizable via numerous faceshields and sun visor colors. The face shield is easily removable, and the graphite toned lining is available in an interchangeable coffee color, and the top vent cover can be changed from titanium […]
Recall for Super Seer Helmets
Colorado-based Super Seer is recalling certain helmets because they fail to meet federal safety requirements.
The recall campaign affects extra large sizes for Super Seer S1602, S1602V, S1608 and S1608V helmets. According to documents released by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the extra large helmets do not meet penetration and retention requirements for Federal Motor Safety Vehicle Safety Standard No. 218.
Super Seer will replace non-compliant helmets at no charge. The campaign affects 186 helmets produced between Nov. 1, 2008 to June 21, 2012.