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The RX-Q from Arai is an all-new design for 2010 and integrates many of the features included in the Corsair-V such as a lowered center of gravity, wider peripheral vision, improved aerodynamics and other additional safety features. By lowering the center of gravity, the helmet feels lighter, reducing rider fatigue. This was done by increasing the thickness of the helmet’s shell near the lower edge, what Arai calls their Hyper-Ridge concept. It also strengthens the bottom opening of the helmet – what is traditionally the weakest part of the shell for an increased margin of safety. The Arai RX-Q’s shell is designed with aerodynamic stability in mind not only when pointed forward, but also when looking sideways or over the shoulder, another way in which it reduces rider fatigue since your head won’t bobble around as much at speed. The new shell shape also integrates a ventilation scheme that is purpose-built for street speeds which means it will be exceptionally effective at the track. With a fully-removable liner and emergency quick-release cheek pads, when looking at the spec sheet, it’s easy to confuse the RX-Q with the Corsair-V, until you look at the price.

We have a very limited quantity of Freddie Spencer Replica Arai RX-Q helmets available. Get yours by calling TJ at 866.931.6644 ext 817 for expert sizing guidance and fast shipping. As always, if you have any questions, you may send an email to FORUM at RIDERSDISCOUNT dot COM with SPENCER RXQ in the subject line and we’ll get back to you right away.

The restyled version of an American classic, the RX-Q Freddie Spencer Replica looks good from any angle.

Paint scheme is rich with just the right amount of flake added for a pleasing look.

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