Ben & Tom Birchall:

 Sidecar race (2x)

Ian Hutchinson:

Superstock + Superbike

Michael Dunlop:

Supersport + Senior TT

Bruce Anstey:

TT Zero

ARAI IOM TT video's

IOM TT 2017 Jonathan Rea

IOM TT 2017 Bruce Anstey

IOM TT 2017 Conor Cummins

IOM TT 2017 Lee Johnston

IOM TT 2017 Ian Hutchinson

Visit our village at the IOM 2017: 27th May - 9th June
rx-7V introduction
vas visor install/remove

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For years Arai is and has been the preferred helmet supplier to the Isle of Man Races. The travelling marshals use Arai helmets and in the paddock the ‘’Arai Village’’ is dominantly present with free service to racers and Arai owners alike. But the highlight for many is the yearly introduction of the new limited edition IOMTT helmet. Every year Italian top designer designs an exclusive IOMTT helmet, that is made in a strictly limited production run. No backorders are possible for this model. Because of our partnership with the IOMTT organization, only Arai is allowed to use the original world famous TT logo incorporated in the helmet design.


The matching world famous three-legged symbol (known as the ‘’Triskelion’’) is together with the TT lettering easily the most recognizable ‘’logo’’ in the racing world.

For the IOMTT 2017 helmet our top of the range RX-7V helmet is used. This iconic helmet is the preferred choice for countless racers and dedicated road riders alike. Featuring the revolutionary VAS visor pivot design and the only helmet meeting both ECE and Snell standards, making it a truly outstanding helmet.


The very first IOMTT 2017 helmets will be available in the Arai Village on the first TT practice day on 27 May 2017 at the Isle of Man paddock. Thereafter the Arai RX-7V IOMTT 2017 Limited Edition will be available through all European Arai dealers.



IOMTT 2017

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