Drift Evo Carbon Sonic: design and technology for Caberg’s carbon series

The historical brand Caberg – a name that stands for CAschi BERGamo – was born in Bergamo in 1974 and established itself internationally as a reference brand for producing helmets for the two-wheel road segment.

The history of Caberg helmets, appreciated and known all over the world, is characterized by high quality standards, technological development guaranteed by constant research and development, the use of the best materials on the market and a design and attention to detail typical of Made in Italy.

Caberg debuted on the market with the first carbon helmet in 2008 and, since then, comfort, style, performance, reinforced safety and reduced weight thanks to the lightness of the material, are the main features of the five carbon models it produces: Levo Carbon, the top-of-the-line flip-up helmet boasting top-level optical quality thanks to the panoramic ultra-wide visor that allows the rider to have one of the widest fields of vision in its category, thanks to a frontal vision opening of 82°, designed for those who love to travel, Drift Evo Carbon the full-face developed in collaboration with some young talents and top riders of the WSBK championship, designed to meet the needs of those who love speed and have a racing soul, and finally the JET Flyon Carbon models for both touring and urban use and Freeride and Ghost for those who appreciate the world of custom and café racer. For the 2022 collection, the new Drift Evo Carbon Sonic has made its market debut. An evolution of the Drift Evo Carbon Pro, it is a perfect combination of design and technology.

Thanks to the carbon fibre shell, the new full-face helmet offers a perfect balance between comfort and bulk in sizes ranging from XS to XXL, with the possibility, only on request, to replace the interior with those of the size above or below, thus allowing a truly taylormade fit. The transparent spoiler positioned at the rear of the helmet to improve aerodynamics at high speeds, reduce turbulence and noise, and gives the helmet remarkable fluidity and stability. Available in two colour variants, anthracite and white or anthracite and red with a glossy finish, it weighs about 100 grams less than the other Drift Evo models.


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