Valentino Rossi opened the doors of his secret archive for Dainese, the place where some of the most beautiful relics of his long career are kept. A sort of private museum, which houses among other things almost all the suits used by the Doctor during his career, AGV helmets, gloves, boots and even some of the bikes with which Rossi won, such as the Aprilia of the 125 and 250 World Championships and the Yamaha M1 of 2005, the bike of the second title with the House of Iwata.
The one published by Dainese is the first of four episodes, during which Valentino Rossi will also talk about his relationship with the brand and his friendship with Lino Dainese. It's a good story, fascinating in some ways. Rossi has been wearing suits made by Dainese since 1993 and has been wearing AGV helmets for a similar period. Valentino loved the Japanese riders, but they used other brands for suits and helmets, but the real idol for Rossi has always been Kevin Schwantz, a rider symbol of Dainese. It was destiny for Rossi to become a symbol as well.
Enjoy this first episode of a very beautiful story, which shows a new place where the treasures of a great champion who is also a great motorcycling enthusiast before anything else are kept.