Speaking of helmets, brands like AGV, Shoei and Arai have cemented their status in the motorcycling industry, including protecting some of the world’s greatest motorcycle racers.
- Scorpion introduces new Covert FX retro-style helmets.
- The Covert FX meets the latest ECE22.06 homologation standards.
However, in recent times, Scorpion has also proven to be part of the elite, especially with the successful partnership with 2021 MotoGP World Champion Fabio Quartararo and 2022 WorldSBK Champion Alvaro Bautista.
Of course, a helmet brand doesn’t play a big part in a racer’s success on the track, but it indeed jumps on the bandwagon surrounding the racer’s achievement, thus making it widely known.
Thanks to the brand’s success in recent times, Scorpion has been able to release a new range of helmets called the Covert FX.
The Scorpion Covert FX is a retro-inspired helmet with similar vibes to Simpson and Biltwell.
Despite the retro-touch, the Covert FX meets the latest ECE22.06 safety standard thanks to its TCT fibre construct shell that offers excellent impact dissipation.
The Covert FX is also fitted with a Kwickwick3 inner lining with soft and hypoallergenic coating. Other standard features include a drop-down sun visor and adequate front, top and rear ventilation.
The Scorpion Covert FX will be available starting December 2022 for EUR249.90 (RM1.2k).