With over 100,000 cubic feet of space, Quin Design’s new Dallas-based HQ features a design studio, prototyping workshop, showroom space and more. Doors don’t actually open until March at which time Quin Helmets will demonstrate their Arc Chip and IntelliQuin Smart Safety Technology at the new global design center. Quin Design, Quin Helmets, Arc Chip, IntelliQuin Smart Safety Technology
Although Quin Design has been servicing the global riding community during the past three years most Americans haven’t experienced their industry-leading technical helmet products that feature integrated BlueTooth, Crash Detection and an S.O.S. beacon, paired with a companion app.
Quin is now readying for U.S. dealer-direct distribution and sales. Industry veteran Tim Calhoun is currently setting up dealers nationwide and actively building an outside sales force to bring Quin Helmets to consumers in North America.
But why Dallas? “We have been looking for a location that both has roots in the motorcycle community and offered architecture that allows us to build an elegant, open format design center,” explains Ani Surabhi, CEO and Chief Designer. “With AMS Ducati Dallas, The Dallas Dainese Store, and HAAS Moto Museum all located within a stone's throw of our building, we feel like we have found the perfect location for our new global design center."
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