CABERG S.p.A. aus Azzano S. Paolo (Bergamo) produziert und vertreibt die Helme der Marke CABERG. Diese steht seit mehr als 40 Jahren bei den europäischen Motorradfahrern als Synonym für Qualität und technische Innovation.
The history of the company based in Bergamo,is one of challenges, passion for innovation, and safety culture in the helmets production process. A constant look to the future together with captivating design, avant-garde technology and breakthrough innovation led to conceive and produce numerous successful models with innovative features appreciated and well recognized by bikers all around the world.
Caberg has been the first Italian company to introduce a flip up helmet (system helmet) on the market, and the second one worldwide, mainly believing on the great growth potential of the touring market. During the years, the strength point of Caberg it has been focusing on smart helmets by combining look with functionality. Care of our premises, located in a modern building, are concentrated the management, the production department and a test laboratory, which guarantees successful conformity tests required by the law, so that the products will offer the highest safety and top comfort to the motorcyclist. The production is constantly checked through a severe quality test process.
The commercial network reaches most of the European markets and is present in various non-European countries such as Israel, Russia, Mexico, South America, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Indonesia, Malaysia, Turkey, and Morocco.
The internal laboratory of CABERG uses the most recent equipments avaible to perform tests on helmets required by International Standards. In order to monitor the production and to ensure a high level of quality, the materials used are tested under different environmental conditions. The main activity of the lab is to test the completed products in order to guarantee the maximum safety and compliance to the customers. The shock absorption, rigidity, deformation of the retention system and the rotational stability are the four basic types of test required by the standard enforced.