After years of development and endless tests, Forcite Helmets arrives in Italy with the Forcite MK1S helmet, probably the most advanced and technological helmet on the market.
The Australian company - founded by the visionary entrepreneur Alfred Boyadgis, whose family has strong Italian roots - returns to our country for its first European presence: you will find it at EICMA 2022 at Hall 13 Stand S62
Il Forcite MK1S full face helmet debuts on the Italian market after six years of research, industrial development and collaboration with a community of 8.000 motorcyclists. The brand new helmet from motorcycle, developed by the Australian company Forcite Helmets, features integrated HD camera, premium audio e road warning system patented. The official presentation will take place at Eicma, at Milan Rho Fiera from 8 to 13 November.
Alfred Boyadgis, co-founder and CEO of Forcite Helmets, has strong Italian family roots - his grandmother was Italian and he, a great fan of Italian motorcycles, spends time in our country as soon as possible - and will meet the press at EICMA to tell his entrepreneurial story: from the idea of the smart helmet, following a motorcycle accident, to the involvement of a team of ten Australian designers and motorcyclists and the Industrial designer Julian Chow, co-founder with him of Forcite, to start research and development of the most innovative technologies. In 2019, the helmet was presented to the Australian market under the name of Forcite MK1. Success came quickly, and two years later, thanks to investments in research and development of over 10 million dollars, the new Forcite MK1S was born in Australia.
Eicma will be an opportunity to unveil all the features of the new helmet and present the new Forcite Europe, its staff and the company's research and development model, which will also make use of a community of motorcyclists from our country to share experiences. driving.
“We are thrilled to bring the next generation of the tech Forces in Italy. This country has a rich and innovative history of motorcycle design and culture, which has inspired me since the beginning of my career. In Forcite our designers have integrated cutting-edge technologies and eliminated unsightly and dangerous external appendages to the helmet, for the safety of all users of two wheels ", says Alfred Boyadgis, Co-founder and CEO of Forcite Helmets. "As happened with the success of the Australian bikers community, we look forward to involving Italian bikers as well, to whom we offer a safe, advanced and engaging driving experience, never experienced before", Boyadgis concludes.
In 2022 Forcite enters the European market with Forcite Europe, the new brand company based in Milan. For more information: www.forcitehelmets.com.