The Arai 2022 helmet line has already been marketed in Japan but there is still no confirmation when it will be launched in other global market.
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The year 2022 marks many new beginnings for Arai -sponsored riders.
Maverick Vinales migrated from Yamaha to Aprilia Racing MotoGP while Pata Yamaha rider Toprak Razgatlioglu emerged WorldSBK 2021 world champion over Kawasaki representative Jonathan Rea.
For the start of 2022, the RX-7X ‘flagship’ helmet now features the colours and ‘livery’ of British Superbike Championship rider Takumi Takashi and the late Nicky Hayden.
Meanwhile, Arai Astro GX comes with Spine graphics with a combination of white/black/gold and green/black and red/black.
Next, the Arai Astro GX Quantic features ‘fluorescent’ colours inspired by 80s-era Rock.
The Arai Rapide Neo replica of Wes Cooley that was previously introduced at the Tokyo Motorcycle Showa also comes with three new colour and graphic designs for 2022.
For Takaaki Nakagami fans, Arai also featured a replica of the Japanese rider’s helmet for the VZ-Ram model.
Like the RX-7X helmet worn by Nakagami in MotoGP, the replica VZ-Ram helmet features a full ‘cherry blossom’ flower pattern.
For those who are interested, the Arai 2022 helmet line has already been marketed in Japan but there is still no confirmation when it will be launched in other global markets including Malaysia.