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    The MotoGP helmet explained by world championship riders

    di DemoneRosso | 11 September 2020
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    AGV, since the year of foundationhas always developed its products in the most extreme and demanding environment: top level competitionsMany features engineered for riders are then shared on standard products, which boast the same characteristics of the MotoGP lids. Pista GP RR is the perfect example of this approach: this is the MotoGP helmet, available for everyone. The same protective technology, from world championship racetracks, to enthusiast’s heads. 

    Protection, field of visionaerodynamics. Pista GP RR gained the severe FIM homologationThat means that it can be taken straight to the MotoGP and WSBK grids, off the shelf. 

    Who, better than pro riders, can tell what makes this helmet unique? Here are the opinions of some of the riders who wear it every sunday and who, with their feedbakscontribute to its ongoing evolution. 

     

     

    Marco Bezzecchi, Moto2 rider

    "The big spoiler perfectly matches the hump on the back of the suit, giving great stability on the straight"

     
     
     
     
     
    Mattia Pasini, Moto2 rider 
    "I really like the fit, it is very comfortabile, but more over I appreciate the safety of Pista GP RR, the level of protection is very high" 
     
     
     
     
     
    Gabriel Rodrigo, Moto3 rider 
    "Compared to other helmets, Pista GP RR has a wide field of vision, which is very important, especially in Moto3, where we often race side by side" 
     
     
     
     
     
    Andrea Migno, Moto3 rider 
    "The air flow really impressed me, you can really feel air coming in, even in the hottest days"
     
     

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