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Schuberth Partners with Keith Code’s California Superbike School

Schuberth Partners with Keith Code’s California Superbike School
Keith Code dons the Schuberth S1 at a California Superbike School session

Schuberth North America News

Shuberth North America has been busy. The motorcycle-helmet company recently made two major announcements – it will distribute Held products in the USA, and also that it signed on as major sponsor of the 2014 Steel Horse Sisterhood Summit.

And on Tuesday, Schuberth announced it has partnered with Keith Code and the California Superbike School. Schuberth is the exclusive helmet provider for the school outfitting the instructors and Keith Code himself, as well as offering both the SR1 and S2 full face helmet models for students to use.

The California Superbike School opened in Southern California in 1980, and in the 35 years since has produced 52 World and National Roadrace Champions. The school trains about 2,700 riders each year at 9 racetracks across the country. The Superbike School offers two programs: an affordable single-day event or a more comprehensive 2-day camp. Students can use their own bike, leathers and helmet or opt for the school’s BMW S1000RRs and head-to-toe race gear. Learn more at SuperbikeSchool.com.

“It’s a pleasure to welcome Schuberth aboard as a part of the California Superbike School,” Keith Code says. “Our aim is to train riders and prepare them for the track as well as the road, and being able to offer them the best helmets available really completes that process.”

Superbike School students have the option to wear or demo Schuberth’s award winning SR1 or S2 helmet during the course if they so choose and discuss the features and benefits with the Superbike School instructors.

“We are thrilled to partner with the California Superbike School,” says Randy Northrup, Vice President of Schuberth North America. “Keith Code and the entire Superbike School staff do an incredible job training riders, and we’re happy to hear the positive response from instructors and students to our Schuberth helmets.”

With over 60 years of experience building the world’s most advanced helmets, Schuberth’s SR1 and S2 models represent the pinnacle in head protection technology. Developed and proven in Schuberth’s proprietary acoustic wind tunnel, the SR1 and S2 are optimized for aerodynamics, aeroacoustics and ventilation, making them the perfect choice for road racers and enthusiasts alike.

Learn more about the California Superbike School and see a complete 2014 schedule at SuperbikeSchool.com. Find out more about Schuberth helmets like the SR1 and S2 at SchuberthNorthAmerica.com.

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