RICHMOND, Calif. - LeoVince USA is the U.S. distributor for Airoh helmets, the company announced in May. The premium helmet line from Italy has a following in professional racing and holds the title as the top off-road brand throughout Europe, LeoVince reported.
In the United States, racers wearing Airoh lids include Blake Wharton and Jason Anderson of Rockstar Energy Racing. Both race the 250 class of Monster Energy Supercross. "The family-owned company offers top-tier helmets across all riding categories and helmet styles, including off-road, full-face, modular, urban jet and even junior designs," LeoVince announced.
The first five Airoh models available to U.S. dealers will be the those in the Aviator 2.1 DOT line, with MSRPs ranging from $496 to $612. (Airoh Rockstar model shown here; press image courtesy LeoVince.)
"The Aviator model is the top choice of many of Europe's best motocross riders, including six-time Grand Prix motocross champion Tony Cairoli," LeoVince noted.
Airoh's U.S. helmets will feature "dual homologation utilizing both the DOT and ECE safety standards," the distributor stated.
From a press release. Posted by Mary Slepicka