About AGV

AGV has been a leading force in helmet design and motorcycle racing since its foundation, ceaselessly innovating every area from aerodynamics, comfort and safety to graphics, sponsorship and advertising.

Founded in 1947 by Gino Amisano (1920–2009), AGV rapidly won an unrivalled reputation for its innovative designs and materials, tested on the racetrack and developed with sponsored World Championship riders, including 15-times World Champion Giacomo Agostini and modern MotoGP legend Valentino Rossi.

Acquired by fellow Italian innovator, motorcycle and dynamic sport clothing company Dainese in July 2007, AGV continues to go from strength to strength.
Combining their research and design expertise, AGV and Dainese provide uniquely complete safety and performance solutions that deliver advanced protection from head to toe.

What we do

Extreme Safety

Every AGV helmet is made so its wearer can express his or her full potential. Extreme protection, extended visibility, and aerodynamic shapes for a superior performance: from the track to the road, everything is designed to increase both riding pleasure and control of the surround elements.

Impact Protection

Exceeding standards: AGV helmets are tested at up to 15 points of impact, including the visor. This is a total of over 150% more points than required by the standard, at a higher impact speed.



The extended panoramic visual field matches the peripheral and vertical vision of the human eye. 190° of extreme horizontal visibility and 85° of vertical visibility means seeing the road, corners, obstacles, and your adversaries like never before.


Design to Perform

Perfectly balancing all the main components of the helmet leads to superior performance in aerodynamics, comfort, safety, stability at high speeds, lightness, and reduced dynamic weight. The result is a helmet that is beautiful to wear and use.


Something for everyone

The AGV range offers something for everyone. Whether you’re a track day enthusiast, a keen off-road rider or city commuter, explore the range below: