Arai have released the first of three special RX-7 GPs, to coincide with the build-up to the Isle of Man TT 2010.
As in previous years Arai, in conjunction with the TT organisers will introduce a special edition, limited production Isle of Man TT RX-7 GP; a run of only 500 will be produced per TT in 2010, 11 and 12. Legendary designer Aldo Drudi has created a truly stunning First Edition design based around the Isle of Man’s famous triskelion (Three Legs of Man) symbol, the famous ‘TT’ letters and symbolism of the black and white chequered flag. It will be offered complete with a special display stand in the style of a TT winners’ podium, enabling the display of all three unique helmets together.
The new helmet will also be worn by the Isle of Man TT travelling marshals throughout the event.
The RX-7 GP is Arai’s flagship helmet, featuring a peripherally belted Structural Net Composite (SNC) shell, with hyper ridge strengthening in its lower section and wider aperture (plus larger visor) for better vision the RX-7 GP is the most technologically advanced – and safest – motorcycle helmet Arai has ever produced.
The Arai RX-7 GP 2010 TT Series is available in sizes XS–XXL and has an RRP of £699.99. It will be sold via Arai Five Star dealer Crossan Motorcycles Ltd who will be at the Isle of Man during the TT fortnight and a commission on each helmet sold will go to the TT organisers – visit
The Visor Shop for details on how to pre-order.
Also, visit Arai Helmets Europe where the 2010 series TT RX-7 GP has its own mini-website.