HJC has just unveiled its super-stylish replica of Suzuki MotoGP rider Andrea Iannone’s helmet.
Using the firm’s top-of-the-range RPHA 11 race helmet as a base, the helmet features ‘The Maniac’s’ distinctive number 29 across the rear, as well as his usual fluorescent pattern on the top. We think it looks brilliant.
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Described as an aerodynamically superior helmet with excellent ventilation, comfort and outstanding safety features – there’s no doubt the HJC RPHA 11 is a top level piece of kit.
Its shell is constructed of carbon fibre, aramid and carbon-glass hybrid fibre – which helps provide enhanced shock-resistant performance, while keeping the helmet’s weight to a minimum.
Ventilation is offered through vents in the forehead, chin, sides and top of the helmet, to ensure you stay cool. What’s more, its shape has been specifically tailored for aerodynamic performance, while its enlarged view port offers greater visibility, no matter whether you’re on the road or track.
The Iannone RPHA 11 also comes with a multi cool interior, which is made from an advanced anti-bacteria fabric and offers enhanced moisture wicking for quick drying and comfort. That’s not all, thrown in with the lid, you’ll get two visors – one clear and one light smoke, in addition to a Pinlock anti-fog lens. Plus, there’s a black and white version that’s going to be released in the near future, so be sure to keep an eye out for that.
RRP: £399.99 // www.oxprod.comEnjoy more Classic Motorcycle Mechanics reading in the monthly magazine. Click here to subscribe.