Retro-designed AGV X3000 full-face and X70 open-face helmets are now available in Australia with two race legend tribute helmets.
Top of the open-face X70 range is the $499 Pasolini which is a tribute to GP legend Renzo Pasolini who died in the Monza GP in 1973.
The X70 range has six colours ranging from plain black or white at $299, to silver and matte black at $329, a three-shade maroon at $399 and the Pasolini.
The profile of the X70 jet helmet is compact, owing to the three fibreglass shell sizes.
It is also light, has a fully removable and washable interior, double shell fastening and a double D-Ring retention system.
There is a range of peaks and visors available, that attach via the three classic press studs.
There are 10 colour choices in the X3000 range ranging in price from $599 in solid colours to $699 for multi-colours and $799 for the Gloria.
AGV founder Gino Amisano worked closely with Ago to develop the full-face helmet for racing.
The X3000 series replicates the profile of the original helmet with a low chin guard and tapered bottom.
It also includes the contoured chin piece that Ago requested so he could lean his head on against the tank.
In true classic design, the visor mechanism has a dual-button snap shut that can be opened with the left hand alone.
But unlike some of the other retro helmets around, it appears to have a better wind seal for lower noise.
The interior features leather and fabric with breathable, replaceable and washable padding.
There are only 3000 of the Ago tribute helmets available worldwide. It comes in a luxury leather bag in sizes 56-59.
The Ago is made of carbon fibre and weighs just 1290 grams in the smallest size.
The rest of the X3000 range is made of fibreglass.