March 21st, 2019.

Celebrating Arai’s commitment and connection to the unique annual road racing event, the RX-7V limited edition helmet is Arai’s tribute to the Isle of Man TT.

Unveiled to press and public by Michael Dunlop and Arai’s Eelco van Beek earlier this week, at an Isle of Man lunchtime gathering hosted by Steve Plater, the new design RX-7V is the latest in a line of beautiful and collectible paintwork.

Drudi Performance has amped up the colour for 2019 with fluorescent yellow set against black with the three armoured legs of man, the famous triskelion, picked out in gunmetal on either side. Details include the TT logo on the chin bar and ‘Isle of Man TT Limited Edition’ on the back, set below black and white chequers.

Over the years, Arai has become synonymous with the IoM TT. Riders choosing to wear the brand include Michael Dunlop, Ian Hutchinson, Conor Cummins, Davey Todd, Harry Payne, Derek McGee, David Johnson, and Lee Johnston, as well as sidecar racers Ben and Tom Birchall, John Holden and Lee Cain, and Tim Reeves and Mark Wilkes.

Arai’s support of the Isle of Man TT with its Arai Race Service and Arai Village, together with its fitting and maintenance service for all Arai wearers, makes it popular with both racers and fans alike.

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