Arai unveils new Isle of Man TT special edition RX-7V Evo

Arai has revealed its 2023 Isle of Man TT special edition helmet, its 16th TT special, which will launch in the summer of next year.

2023 IOMTT Arai RX-7V special edition helmet. - Arai

Arai has revealed its new TT-edition helmet, a limited edition version of the RX-7V Evo, at Motorcycle Live.

Arai and the Isle of Man TT teamed up with Drudi Performance - who are also responsible for many of the helmet designs you see in MotoGP - to design the new limited edition version of the RX-7V Evo, which celebrates the 2023 event.

Arai has made something of a tradition of this by now, since its first TT special in 2007, and its special edition TT helmets are always a popular release. Looking at this one you would have to imagine that popularity is unlikely to decrease this year. 

Of course, the TT edition uses the standard RX-7V as a base for the new graphics, meaning you get the ECE R22.06 certification as the standard version, as well as the comfortable fit and strong ventilation that helped it onto our list of the best motorcycle helmets currently available in the sports and track category.

As for the graphics themselves, they feature black, red, and white paint along with some fluo yellow. On that fluo is the Ellan Vannin (meaning Isle of Man in Manx) text, while the TT logo sits on the top with the Triskelion, and the chequered flag motif surrounds the bottom.

Ingmar Stroeven, Arai Helmet (Europe) B.V. Managing Director, said: “We so look forward to the TT! It was great to get back to the Isle of Man again finally this year and it’s an event that means so much, to us at Arai. 

“We are very glad to reveal the 2023 IoM TT Limited Edition RX-7V Evo at Motorcycle Live, a highlight of our year. Drudi Performance has produced another beautiful design on our top of the range RX-7V Evo which combines the signature TT elements with fresh, flowing lines.”

Pricing is not yet published for the 2023 IOM TT Limited Edition RX-7V Evo, but it is expected to arrive between May and June 2023.

Find out more on the Arai website.