AGV Australia wants to help usher in the next generation of privateer racers as part of their involvement in the Australian Superbike Championship by offering special pricing and a contingency support program to riders.
The AGV ASBK Rider Support Program is open to racers in all classes of the championship, from R3 Cup to Supersport 300 and 600, and Superbike. Riders can choose from an extensive range of helmets for the 2021 season as well.
These include the FIM MotoGP homologated Pista GP RR, the racing Corsa R, the K6 and K5 S, as well as the K1 and K3 SV models. and as part of the program, participants will also be eligible Link Dollars, as needed.
In addition, the AGV team will provide support at each of the Australian Superbike Championship rounds. The company has a rich heritage in motorcycle racing at the highest levels, and is keen to support new riders as they move into the sport.
Ever since they created the world’s first fibreglass helmet back in 1954, the world’s fastest racers have relied on the Italian company’s helmets to protect them as they continued to push the boundaries of what was possible on two wheels.
Names such as Giacomo Agostini, Angel Nieto, Barry Sheene, Kenny Roberts, Troy Bayliss and Garry McCoy have raced in AGV helmets in years gone by, along with current superstars like Valentino Rossi, Jack Miller and current world champion Joan Mir.
All have made their mark in MotoGP in AGV helmets. Should you wish to participate in the 2021 AGV ASBK Rider Support Program, applications are open now.