The dual homologated helmet gets rave reviews from the monthly newspaper, making it a must have for 2015.

Here’s what Motorcycle Monthly had to say about the Duke.

“Commuting on the bike means plenty of stops at petrol stations – My Caberg Duke has stopped me getting shouted at for not removing my lid, I simply flip it up by pushing the large button at the front. I wear it as a full face whilst riding, however, it is dual homologated so can legally be used as a full face or open face helmet simply my locking the flip front at the side.”

“It has good ventilation to stop me from overheating, and the removable liner means I can quickly remove it when its gets soaked through due to a thunderstorm – something I’ve had to do a few times. This’ll also make it easier to wash out after the summer. The visor has a wuick release system which makes cleaning it and installing the provided clear Pinlock anti-fog insert quick and simple. There’s a snazzy integrated sun visor too, which is brought down using a slider on the top of the lid to keep the glare out of my eyes.”

“I usually prefer double d ring fasteners, but I’m not a convert. The micrometric fastener – a strap with micro notches that you push in to tighten and pull the lever to release – allows me to get a tighter fit than with a buckle style clasp as I can do it in small steps.”

“For less than £150 I think this is a great piece of kit, and carries a spec worthy of a lid costing double the price. It scores the maximum five stars in the SHARP helmet testing process too.”

If you would like more information about the Caberg Duke or would like to find your local dealer, see the CabergCares website.