RED BULL AND HJC HELMETS COME TOGETHER TO RELEASE THE FIRST-EVER RED BULL LICENSED MOTORCYCLE HELMET
HJC Helmets and Red Bull have been working on launching something extraordinary for motorcycle riders around the world – the first-ever Red Bull licensed motorcycle helmet.
Until now, any helmet sporting a Red Bull graphic has been exclusively available to sponsored riders, but HJC and Red Bull have partnered up to design a very special helmet, the RPHA 1 Red Bull Austin GP helmet.
For years, Circuit of the Americas has hosted a paramount MotoGP race for Red Bull, and the RPHA 1 Red Bull Austin GP helmet will pay tribute to this event with a graphic that celebrates the Grand Prix of the Americas. The sleek design accentuates the aerodynamic lines of the RPHA 1, HJC’s premium race helmet while featuring the unmistakable Red Bull logo and COTA colors. The RPHA 1 has also been reserved for professional racers, but HJC will finally release their highly anticipated race helmet to the public in December 2021.
The RPHA 1 Red Bull Austin GP helmet will launch on October 3rd at the Red Bull Grand Prix of the Americas in Austin, Texas. October 3rd is also a significant day for HJC Helmets as the company celebrates its 50th anniversary.
We can’t think of a better way to celebrate our 50th anniversary than with the launch of this very special Red Bull licensed helmet. HJC Helmets has released several successful licensed helmets in the past, but the RPHA 1 Red Bull Austin GP helmet is one of a kind.
We will release this design on our new RPHA 1 helmet, only the best for this opportunity to expand our work with Red Bull.
It only makes sense that two top companies would join together, one as the number one helmet brand in North America and the other, one of the biggest names in motorsport. The relationship began with HJC supporting the Red Bull MotoGP Rookies Cup and becoming the official helmet partner for the series. From there, the relationship evolved and the next step of the partnership sees the release of an exclusive helmet collection that will be available to all motorcycle riders, something that has not been done before with any other brand.