Episode 4 Inside Valentino Rossi’s Private Museum

Rennie Scaysbrook | March 18, 2020

Episode 4: I Caschi Di Vale (The Helmets of Vale)

In the final episode of Valentino Rossi’s private museum tour, The Doctor shows off his most famous helmets, including the very first Dainese helmet he wore during his European Championship season in 1995. He also shows off a few special gloves from his career.

Episode 3: A Night’s Armor

Valentino’s suits in his museum stretch right back to his first in 1993, all of them Dainese. In episode three of Valentino’s Secret Room, Rossi takes you through some of the major developments in racing suit technology, as well as highlighting a few personal favorites from his immense collection.

Episode 2: Inside The Doctor

In episode two of Valentino Rossi’s private museum feature, the man himself takes you on a bit of a history tour of his career, including where the number 46 came from, and why he loves the Spanish island of Ibiza just as much as his home town of Tavullia.

Valentino Rossi is undoubtedly the most famous motorcycle racer on the planet, and at 41 years old, is still racing at the pointy end of MotoGP.

The Italian legend started his world championship career way back in 1996 in the 125cc class and has gone on to amass nine world titles and a massive, massive array of riding gear along the way.

As it turns out, he’s been stockpiling as much of it as he can for his own private museum, and the folks at Dainese have put together a four-part series detailing just what the Doctor has behind closed doors.

Episode 1 of The Secret Archive

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Rennie Scaysbrook | Road Test Editor Rennie Scaysbrook is our Road Test Editor. A lifetime rider, the Aussie made the trek across the Pacific to live the dream in the U.S. of A. Likes puppies and wheelies.