Schuberth North America have announced that their motorcycle helmets are now approved by J&M Corporation for use with J&M’s popular rider communication systems. Though Schuberth offers their own bluetooth communication system for their modular helmets, the company now also offers customers who may already own a J&M equipped motorcycle the option of integrating it into a new C3 or C3W helmet.
“We know that some riders would prefer to be wired into current on-bike systems or to use CB radio,” says Schuberth North America’s General Manager Randy Northrup.
“After getting our helmets tested and approved for use with the J&M integrated headset, we are happy to be able to offer this option for Schuberth customers since J&M offers some of the best communications systems available,” says Northrup.
To take advantage of this option, Schuberth says you’ll either have to send your new helmet to J&M or see them on-site at a motorcycle event.
Details about the C3 and C3W helmets and dealer locations are available on the Schuberth website.