Legendary Italian brands, AGV helmets and Dainese apparel are pleased to announce their return to the Red Bull Indianapolis GP, with a stronger presence than ever. In partnership with Michigan-based Performance Motorsports, AGV Dainese will be present at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, with 3 Garages in the Vendors Marketplace Gasoline Alley Garages, open throughout the weekend. Along with a wide range of current products from the AGV and Dainese 2009 collections, close-outs and sales on certain items will be available along with some Valentino Rossi replica helmets and accessories.
AGV founder Gino AmisanoThe "king of helmets" is dead, long live the king!
D-Store Orange Countywith the collaboration of VanIsh Marketing and Events is presenting a Dainese and AGV fashion show May 22nd at Sutra Nightclub in Costa Mesa, CA.
The event features the hottest looks in style and comfort for everyday life with state-of-the-art protection gear that made Dainese (www.dainese.com) and AGV (www.agv.com) world leaders in the manufacture of protective clothing and helmets.
There was one very important motorcycle fan that came to Infineon to support his team: Michael Jordan.
Dainese and AGV launch an original and amusing project that encourages all motorcycle racing fans to personalize their Valentino’s Face helmets with their own faces.
At the Mugello 2008 Grand Prix race, Valentino wore a helmet that left everyone on hand speechless.
2009 AMA Sponsored Racers by Dainese and AGV USA.
Dainese and AGV USA introduce AMA Sponsored Racers competing in the 2009 season with the same gear that has followed Moto GP World Champion Valentino Rossi for all his career.
For 2009, Dainese and AGV USA based in Orange County, CA, have a line up that enhances the strong commitment that links the Italian apparel and helmet company to the motorcycle racing scene in the US.
Just released from AGV (now part of Dainese) is the latest Valentino Rossi-replica helmet. The helmet that Rossi helped design includes his iconic sun and moon graphics on AGV’s latest and most technologically advanced racing helmet.
When you see Valentino Rossi tearing across the tracks of the MotoGP circuit, he’s wearing an AGV TiTech helmet. That’s a pretty good endorsement, and I’m sure AGV pays a king’s ransom for #46 to wear their wares. The nice thing about trickle-down, is that we can buy (prices range from $500 to $680, depending on the graphics) and wear a helmet that is built to the standards of a MotoGP champion.