Bell has just released several new helmet designs for Fall 2012. These Bell helmets have premium features and NEW killer graphics. Take a look below for a sneak peak at each helmet; and be sure to check our blog regularly for more in-depth reviews about each model. Also take a look at our website: CompetitionAccessories.com for pricing details and other useful information regarding these new helmets.
The RS-1 are streamlined helmets built for speed. With it’s Aero shaped exterior, the Bell RS1 Emblem Helmet reduces buffeting and lift for a stable ride every time.
The new Bell Vortex is every bit the helmet you’d expect of the Star’s little brother. Developed in Bell’s state-of-the-art Santa Cruz, California design center, the Vortex borrows heavily from the Star, using its Velocity Flow Ventilation, with FlowAdjust for amazing ventilation and temperature control.
Bell’s new Custom 500 pays homage to Bell founder, Roy Richter’s original design, and adds modern protective technology to bring the design up-to-date while still keeping the original’s aesthetic.
The Drifter DLX is a breakthrough in half shell helmet comfort and style. Just put on the helmet and turn the dial on the adjustment system for a perfect fit, even with your gloves on.
The Pit Boss features Bell’s innovative Speed Dial adjustable fit system which provides unmatched levels of comfort while drastically reducing the tendency for open face helmets to lift off of the head.
The new-from-the-ground-up Bell Moto-9 helmet elevates it’s category with not only improved fit, ventilation and comfort, but added safety features. Bell’s new magnetic cheekpad system allows for easy helmet removal in emergency situations.
The Bell MX2 helmet has a lightweight fiberglass shell, with three EPS liner sizes to give you the best fit possible. The comfort liner is removable/ washable to help you keep the helmet fresh longer.
The Bell SX-1 Helmet has a tough Polycarbonate shell to provide you with great protection. The SX-1 has been incorporated with Bell’s ‘Force Flow Ventilation System’ which literally forces air into the helmet to keep you cool as you ride.