INTRODUCING MESH INTERCOM™ TO THE CYCLING WORLD
Mesh Intercom™ makes its debut in our cycling helmet line. With the press of a button, you can communicate with other R1 EVO users within a half-mile (900 meters) of you. Multi-channel open mesh supports 9 channels, letting you switch between different groups on different frequencies. Now you can have conversations going with your family, friends, or whomever else is along for the ride!
VOICE COMMANDS ALLOW YOU TO TAKE CONTROL OF FEATURES
The R1 EVO accepts voice commands, giving you control of features by speaking rather than pressing a button. Simply say "Hello Sena" and after the helmet response, you can tell it to turn on the tail light, enable Mesh Intercom™, play music, or configure settings.
RIDE IN COMFORT AND SECURITY
The helmet features a built-in tail light, improving your visibility to others on the road. With three brightness settings, you can enhance clarity in different lighting situations. Built-in speakers keep your ears clear of obstructions, leaving you attentive of traffic cues while you listen to fellow riders or your music.
CONNECT TO YOUR SMART DEVICES AND OTHER RIDERS WITH BLUETOOTH
Bluetooth technology allows you to connect to your smartphone, enabling you to make phone calls, listen to your music, hear GPS navigation, and connect to fitness apps. The tech also connects you to other R1 EVO users to converse using multi-way intercom.
CUSTOMIZE SETTINGS WITH THE SENA CYCLING APP
The Sena Cycling App allows you to take control of the R1 EVO's features. Through the app, you can create groups of friends to easily connect to, save presets of your favorite FM stations, control tail light settings, and access the product Quick Guide on the go..
HOW TO MEASURE
- Wrap a soft, flexible measuring tape horizontally around your head 1 inch above your eyebrows and ears. Pull the tape softly snug, read the length, and repeat for accuracy. Use the largest measurement.
- Select the helmet size that is closest to your head measurement from the Size Chart above. If your head measurement falls between two helmet sizes, it is suggested to go with the smaller size.