Tommy Hill is a British motocycle racer who won the British Superbike Championship in 2011. He has also contested the World Superbike and World Supersport championships.
Tommy Hill races with Shoei helmets and the Tommy Hill helmet design is one of our personal favourites – the colour scheme of white, yellow, and blue really looks clean and fresh, and stand out from many other race replica helmets on the market.
Tommy Hill initially retired from racing in 2012 and set up his own graphic design comapny called ImageDzign, but he returned to the BSB paddock in 2015 as a team manager.
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Shoei used to have few Tommy Hill replica helmets out in their XR-1100 range, but since Hill’s retirement from racing there are unlikley to be any new Tommy Hill helmets on the market, which is a real shame as he had some beautiful, simple, classy looking designs during his peak racing years.
Tommy Hill biography:
Born in 1985 Tommy Hill got into racing at a young age and he started riding Motocross. Hill almost suffered a fatal motocross crash in his early years which caused him to lose his spleen and a kidney.
After his recovery, Hill moved into road racing and after winning the Virgin Mobile Yamaha R6 Cup in 2003 he moved into the British Superbikes series in 2004. He stayed in BSB with Yamaha until 2007. Hill moved into World Supersport in 2008 with the Hannspree Altea Honda team, but he had a terrible season where he broke his femur twice which sidelined him from most of the season. After a brief spell in World Superbikes, Hill returned to British Superbikes in 2009.
Tommy Hill remained in British Superbikes until 2012 and he won the British Superbike title in 2011.
Tommy Hill recently announced his return to the BSB paddock as a team manager.
You can keep up with what Tommy Hill is up to on twitter here: https://twitter.com/tommyhill33