Casey Stoner is a former 125cc and 250cc racer, and MotoGP World Champion. Casey Stoner retired from racing in 2012 but has since taken part in the 2015 Suzuka 8 Hours race for Honda, and he now works as a (very fast!) test rider for Ducati.
Casey Stoner , and there are plenty of stunning Casey Stoner MotoGP replica helmets available at various price points and we have pulled together some of the best Casey Stoner helmets that are currently available below.
Casey Stoner has a sponsorship with Nolan helmets and he has spent most of his career racing in Nolan helmets and there are regular limited editions and replicas of Stoner’s helmet designs released on a regular basis.
You can read our quick guide to Casey Stoner helmets below, and check out the current Casey Stoner replica helmets available here:
Casey Stoner helmets:
Casey Stoner helmet buying guide:
Even though Stoner is technically retired from racing there are still a steady stream of Nolan helmets that hit the market with Stoner graphics on them, this is due to his legendary MotoGP status and legacy, and the fact that he is still visible as a test rider.
Casey Stoner helmet designs:
Stoner’s helmet designs have been pretty consistent over the years and are usually patriotic in their colour scheme and feature the red, white, and blue of the Australian flag as well as the iconic stars from the flag.
Stoner’s helmet designs are not unlike those of his countryman, his hero, and all round GP legend Mick Doohan. Casey Stoner’s helmets also usually feature a kangeroo motif, and many replicas available will also feature his race number ’27’.
Helmet models and pricing:
Nolan is a respected brand and create helmets in a number of price points, from entry level day-to-day helmets all the way up to premium and performance race helmets.
If you are just after an affordable everyday helmet then you should check out the N64 models as these are Nolan’s entry level helmet that are perfectly suitable for daily commuting and come with enough features that the average rider will need. They are also very cheap and represent one of the most affordable ways to get a helmet with Casey Stoner MotoGP graphics (literally hundreds cheaper than some race replicas from other brands). Be warned though, the entry-evel Nolan helmets are not suitable for trackdays or racing.
You will also sometimes see Casey Stoner helmets available in the X-Lite range, like the X-Lite X-802RR series. X-Lite is basically the same brand, it is owned and manufactured by the Nolan factory and is sometimes called X-Lite in Eurpoe for some of the more premium models.
Casey Stoner biography:
Stoner joined the 125cc class in 2003 and raced for 2 years (finishing inside the top 10 in both seasons) before moving up to the 250cc class in 2005. Stoner made an instant impact and by the end of the season he was a serious threat to Dani Pedrosa for the Championship – until a crash at Phillip Island gave Pedrosa an unsurmountable points advantage that Stoner was unable to bridge.
Stoner moved to MotoGP in 2006, and again he impressed everyone with his speed on satellite Honda machinery. In 2007 Casey Stoner joined Ducati and destroyed the field taking 10 race wins over the course of the season and claiming the World Title.
Stoner left Ducati after the 2010 MotoGP season and joined Repsol Honda where he went on to win another World Title. Stoner retired in 2012. Stoner still competes from time to time in one-off events and he raced the Suzuka 8 Hour for Honda in 2015. Casey Stoner now works as a primary test rider for Ducati, the team where he claimed his first MotoGP World Championship and