Helmets, moto gear, podium caps, special designed fairings and motorcycles
Dainese launched a video showing a room packed with Rossi’s motorcycle gear. It’s like a secret museum of all the equipment the Italian rider has used in his racing career so far.
This is the first episode from a series of four which Dainese launched. Valentino Rossi is telling some details about his racing motorcycle gear and how he influenced the development of the Dainese MotoGP suits.
Everything is stored in a room that used to be a workshop and the location of it hasn’t been revealed to the public. So, it’s like Valentino Rossi’s secret museum, sort of speak.
It’s packed with AGV helmets, suits, gloves and boots from Dainese, trophies, podium caps, Mugello special designed fairings and a couple of motorcycles. Also, the knee sliders looked race-used by the rider.
You can also see in the video Rossi’s special designed motorcycle gear, helmets and fairings for the Mugello MotoGP races.
The motorcycles are the 125cc Aprilia RS125R from 1997 when the rider won his first title in MotoGP (in the 125cc class for the Nastro Azzurro Aprilia Team).
We can also see the 2005 Yamaha YZR-M1 MotoGP bike with the special design for the Valencia round.