Quin Design Helmets announced their 2020 Line of helmets featuring the IntelliQuin Smart Technology System.
The Quin McQ open-face model
Quin Design will continue with its successful line of 3/4 open face DOT certified McQ helmets.
These Polycarbonate helmets are Bluetooth integrated including a communication system and equipped with their proprietary Intelliquin system that detects crashes, pinpoints the accident location and messages emergency contacts automatically. Intelliquin also offers a live SOS (Save Our Souls) emergency beacon and tracking system riders can activate that follows the same contact protocol to message emergency contacts with a live trackable location, a first in the powersports business. These helmets have an MSRP of $299.
The Quin Spitfire full-face polycarbonate model
The Spitfire is Quin’s Polycarbonate, ECE 22.05 and DOT certified full-face helmet that offers a drop-down sun visor, integrated Bluetooth, and Quin’s proprietary Intelliquin system that detects crashes and an emergency SOS system. These helmets come in three color-ways: the Spitfire Nero is matte black with white and yellow stripes, and a yellow and black quilted interior. The Spitfire Rosso is a deep matte red with black stripes and a black and red quilted interior. A dark smoke visor is available for separate purchase ($44.99 MSRP). Spitfire helmets have an MSRP of $399.
The Quin Ghost full-face carbon fiber model
New for 2020 is the ultra-light, Carbon Fiber Ghost model. To develop this, Quin benchmarked the world’s lightest racing helmets. The result is a helmet with integrated Bluetooth and Intelliquin technology that tips the scale at an astoundingly low weight of 2.88-lbs., (lighter than most world-class racing helmets). This helmet is ECE 22.05 and DOT certified and meets or exceeds FIM specifications for approved by most racing organizations globally. The Ghost comes in two color-ways: the Ghost Zero has a matte finished, naked Carbon Fiber, while the Ghost Umbra features a two-tone gloss Carbon Fiber and translucent, pearlescent red finish. In the pursuit of achieving the lightest helmet possible, Quin developed a custom 3-stage dying process for the Umbra helmet. The dye is applied to the carbon fiber after being treated with a translucent pearlescent white finish. This process is substantially more weight efficient and fade-resistant than most popular paint/graphics jobs. Both Ghost models offer integrated Bluetooth and Intelliquin system that detects crashes, pinpoints the accident location, and messages emergency contacts automatically. Intelliquin also provides a live SOS (Save Our Souls) emergency beacon and tracking system riders can activate that follows the same contact protocol to message emergency contacts with a live trackable location, a first in the powersports business. Both helmets can be fitted with an optional dark smoke shield ($49.99) and have an MSRP of $639 for the Ghost Zero (matte finish) and $659 for the Ghost Umbra (gloss Carbon Fiber and pearlescent red finish).
Coming this summer
Coming this summer is a highly anticipated Carbon Fiber Modular/Adventure helmet that will set a new standard for this category of helmets with an ultra-low weight, safety and comfort. Look for more information on this helmet in the coming months.