Manufacturer of the worlds fastest helmets, Arai, has revealed the latest in its rather wonderful RX-7V collection of helmets designed to pay tribute to the Isle Of Mans TT Races. Dynamic duo, Michael Dunlop with living legend and Arai representative, Eelco van Beek, unveiled the 2019 edition at the Official launch of the 2019 Isle of Man TT Races which this year are sponsored by Monster Energy.
This new Arai Isle of Man TT Races Limited Edition RX-7V is the latest in the line of stunning, very collectible helmets which the company began producing in 2007. Renowned designer Drudi Performance has upped his game again this year. There's a totally new colour scheme featuring a strong fluorescent yellow set against black with the three legs of man, the famous triskelion, picked out in gunmetal on either side.
Details include the TT logo on the chin bar and the words ISLE OF MAN TT LIMITED EDITION printed on the back, set below atmospheric black and white chequers.
2019 Arai Isle Of Man TT Limited Edition RX-7V
Arai, reflecting the company’s commitment to the relentless pursuit of gains in protection is beyond popular with TT racers. The vast majority of TT racers choose to wear Arai in 2019 including Michael Dunlop, Ian Hutchinson, Conor Cummins, Davey Todd, Derek McGee, David Johnson and Lee Johnston with sidecar racers Ben and Tom Birchall, John Holden and Lee Cain, and Tim Reeves and Mark Wilkes.
Arai is rightly proud of its long history of supporting the TT Races and another factor in its popularity on the Island is the effort that goes in to supporting both riders and fans alike. The Arai Race Service which is located in the Arai Village in the TT paddock is at the very heart of Arai’s TT activity. Not only is the entire Arai collection on display, but it also offers all Arai wearers a fitting and maintenance service as well as those much sought-after visor stickers!
For more information on the Isle of Man TT Limited Edition Arai RX-7V drop in to Megabikes. Alternatively, call them on 014784200 to arrange a fitting.
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