German journey bike equipment firm Touratech has introduced a brand new journey helmet which may shortly convert right into a street helmet with out the necessity for any instruments.
The Touratech Aventuro Rambler is out there in Australia now for $1090 in seven sizes from XS to 3XL.
Like its earlier helmets, I think that is made for the corporate by fellow countryman Schuberth helmets who make high-quality fashions that rating effectively on impartial security checks such because the British SHARP helmet security scheme rankings.
Probably the most fascinating and cleverst characteristic of the ECE 2205 and DOT accredited Touratech Aventuro Rambler is its means for use on-road and off-road.
It may be remodeled from a hybrid journey helmet with peak and visor into an ethereal cross helmet with peak and goggles or a streamlined street helmet with little effort, all with out the help of any instruments.
The Rambler additionally has the important security characteristic of crimson emergency pull tabs that launch the cheek pads within the occasion of a crash so the rider doesn’t maintain neck damage when eradicating the helmet.
Aussie riders ought to discover it snug in the summertime warmth because of the adjustable four-vent system and replaceable and washable COOLMAX interior padding.
You may put on it with the visor hooked up or with goggles which aren’t included. Nonetheless, there may be an built-in goggle strap information to maintain them in place.
The helmet is available in three outer shell sizes and it’s not super-light.
It weighs 1600g for the XS-S in on-road setting and 1750g in off-road mode.
The center outer shell (sizes M-L) weighs 1625g on-road and 1775 off-road, whereas the big outer shell (XL-3XL) is 1650g and a whopping 1800g.