13.5 C
HomeIndustry NewsThe Buese Rocc 980 Modular Helmet from Buese is now available.

The Buese Rocc 980 Modular Helmet from Buese is now available.

It can be convenient to wear a modular helmet, especially for people who spend long hours on the saddle. They travel in and out of crowded urban areas and take frequent breaks throughout the riding. The ability to use a modular lid allows you to do things that a full-face helmet would not enable you to do. The rider can eat, drink, and even take a selfie with your face visible, all without taking the helmet off.

But, there are a variety of modular helmet solutions available on the market. Each one offers a unique appearance, pricing, and usefulness. The Buese Rocc 980 modular helmet from Buese, a leading provider of gear and equipment. It is one of the most recent modular helmets to hit the market. The Rocc 980 transforms into a sleek, streamlined athletic helmet by lowering the chin bar to its lowest position. It’s also lightweight, weighing in at 1,590 grams, which is a good thing considering its flip-up capabilities and the fact that the build is fiberglass.

Safety & Comfort

Even though the Rocc 980’s chin bar can lift up, the helmet is only tested and certified with a closed lid. Thus, the chin bar must be depressed to be ridden. Despite this, it complies with ECE 22.05 requirements. It comes with a drop-down sun visor and a scratch-resistant visor with an anti-fog pinlock screen, among other features. The inner liner is removable and washable, extending the helmet’s life. It also includes emergency release tabs for the cheek pads, which can be handy in an emergency.

Buese Rocc 980 Lining
Buese Rocc 980 Lining

With the help of a micrometric quick-release mechanism, the helmet will secure your head. An adjustable ventilation system on the chin and top of the head adds comfort. As a whole, the Buese Rocc 980 stands out as a strong option in the mid-tier modular helmet market sector. This surfboard’s fiberglass shell is available in two sizes. The matte black version costs 259.95 Euros (approximately USD 294), and the two-tone color options cost 279.95 Euros (approximately USD 316). The Rocc 980’s fiberglass shell is available in two sizes ranging from XS to 2XL.

For more news and updates, keep visiting BikersInsider, and if you want a review on this one, please let us know in the comment.

Andrew Nelson
Andrew Nelsonhttp://www.bikersinsider.com
Andrew Nelson is an Editor at Bikers Insider, He has been a Passionate motorcycle rider since age 10, Andrew has close to a decade of Motorcycle industry experience, initially working in an online, magazine and has now transitioned into a full-time blog writer, Andrew prefers touring-style motorcycles, his favorite motorbike is Africa Twin. He is obsessed with keeping up to date with all the latest tech in the motorcycle industry, Andrew is also a keen swimmer and he can usually be found training in his local swimming pool. Words from Andrew: Beyond my love of adventure and riding a motorcycle, sharing stories and my experience with other fellow riders is another passion of mine, I hope sharing my stories and experience will inspire anyone interested in motorcycle adventures.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here