Monday, 3 May 2021

Caberg 'RIVIERA V4' demi jet

 Caberg 'RIVIERA V4' demi jet

Italian specialist Caberg's new RIVIERA V4 is a new demi jet "with an innovative and elegant look, designed as an all-rounder, perfect for daily urban use and for longer distances.
"There are two LG Chem Hi-Impact ABS shell sizes, both with relatively small overall dimensions, so they easily store under narrow seats."

Andrea Donghi, Caberg Product Manager, said that "the ventilation system offers optimal comfort even during the most extreme weather conditions thanks to a top vent and two rear air extractors. Our exclusive Double Visor Tech system (DVT), with its easy-to-use inner sun visor, improves safety and features a longer outer visor and sun visor."
The retention system has a micrometric buckle and metal ring to secure the helmet to the motorcycle. The lining and neck roll are completely removable and washable, made in hypoallergenic and high transpiring fabrics.
"The RIVIERA V4 is ready for our new multi-function capable Caberg 'Just Speak Evo' wireless Bluetooth rider communication, service and entertainment connection system and the 'Just Speak Evo' function uses the Bluetooth A2DP profile."
The RIVIERA V4 is ECE 22.05 homologated and weighs in at just 1,150 +/- 50 g.
In additional news, Caberg continues its commitment to the racing world, announcing Samuele Cavalieri as one of its riders for the WorldSBK Championship in 2021.


One of the most talented young Italian riders, Cavalieri will make his series debut in 2021 with the Pedercini Racing Team on the new Kawasaki ZX-10RR with the Caberg Drift Evo helmet.
Born in Bologna in 1997, he competed in the CISP 125 Championship at the age of 14, in the CIV Moto3 the following year and in the National Supersport series in 2014.
Samuele made his international debut in 2016 at the CEV Moto2, scoring 59 points. In 2017 he debuted in the CIV SBK with the Barni Racing Team, reaching the podium at Mugello. In 2019 Cavalieri joined the Ducati team's Motocorsa, scoring fourth place in the overall ranking, making his WSBK debut. Last year he was the Italian Superbike Vice-Champion and competed in six WSBK races.
Andrea Donghi said: "The agreement with Samuele confirms our strategy in the racing world to keep collaborating with young Italian riders. We are very happy to start a collaboration with him and we aim to build a long-lasting alliance. This year it will be his first full season in the World Superbike Championship, but we are pretty sure that is going to be a great opportunity for him to express his talent."


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