Arai has joined forces with the Isle of Man TT to create a limited edition version of its top-spec RX-7V race helmet.
Unveiled earlier today by TT royalty Michael Dunlop and Eelco van Beek from Arai as part of the official TT launch event – the new TT RX-7V comes with a truly special paintjob from world renowned helmet designer Aldo Drudi of Drudi Performance. And it looks the business doesn’t – blending fluorescent yellow, black and gunmetal grey with the famous Isle of Man triskelion.
Of course, Arai’s are also extremely popular with TT racers – and for 2019 expect to see Michael Dunlop, Ian Hutchinson, Conor Cummins, Davey Todd, Harry Payne, Derek McGee, David Johnson, Lee Johnston, Ben and Tom Birchall, John Holden and Lee Cain, and Tim Reeves and Mark Wilkes all wearing helmets from the iconic Japanese manufacturer (and that’s to name just a few).
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Arai also will have a big presence on the island throughout the two weeks of qualifying and racing with the Arai Village in the TT paddock showing off the entire collection while offering customers the chance to get an official fitting or even a service for their current lid.
The Isle of Man TT RX-7V will set you back £875 in total, but if you order before May 25, 2019 you can pay half now and half later. For more information on the IoM TT Limited Edition Arai RX-7V, and to pre-order yours click HERE.