(PRESS RELEASE) CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA, CA – Transitions Light Intelligent Shields sponsored the Tenth Annual Quail Motorcycle Gathering with SHOEI Helmets to promote the expanded range of products offered by the best-in-class photochromic technology and the helmet synonymous with the word “premium.”
Select riders will be able to demo the SHOEI CWR-1 Transitions Light Intelligent Shield—which automatically changes tint based on changing light and weather conditions. Transitions Light Intelligent Shields eliminate the need to carry multiple shields by providing the optimum tint at all points of the day. Transitions Light Intelligent Shields are available on the SHOEI CWR-1 shield for the SHOEI RF-1200, X-Fourteen and RF-SR helmets.
“The Quail Motorcycle Gathering is the perfect place to showcase Transitions Light Intelligent Shields because of the beautiful weather and spectacular setting,” said John Schubach director, lenscaster sales, Transitions Optical. “When it comes to safety and convenience, Transitions Light Intelligent Technology is the perfect balance—and motorcyclists recognize this. Our shields change the way riders enjoy themselves by eliminating the need to carry two shields. We are confident that the riders who demo our shields will enjoy the convenience of Transitions Light Intelligent Shields.”
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