New new Bell Mag 9 SENA Rally Helmet is designed to easily accommodate the Sena SMH10 Bluetooth stereo headset and intercom. So you know that when you buy the SENA and the NEW Mag9 SENA helmet you will get a trouble free installation.. This really adds to the features of the ultra-comfortable and versatile Mag-9 Sena. The Mag 9 from Bell redefined the open face helmet category. The use of a Peak for the sun, an internal sun visor and a large outer shield really make this helmet very real world useable.. From long distance touring to cruising your favorite local roads, the Mag-9 Sena is the one helmet that you should seriously consider trying.
Tough and lightweight polycarbonate shell.
3 EPS sizes for maximum comfort and size range.
Designed to accommodate the Sena SMH10 Bluetooth® stereo headset and intercom.
Helmet can be run in multiple configurations: with or without shield and with or without visor.
Fast and easy tool-free shield changes.
Drop-down sunshield offers “on the fly” protection from the sun.
Velocity flow ventilation creates the most ventilated helmet in the open face category.
Convenient speaker pockets make it easy to set up the Mag-9 with communication devices.
Removable and washable interior for maximum comfort
Contour cheekpads for superior fit and comfort.
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Just Purchased - Robert Simon CA
Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
Pros: Very low wind noise excellent fit
Cons: Sun Visor a little difficult to work
Well let me first say I own and ride a Trike with a shield, so I have a fair amount of wind protection to start off with. I wear a small in helmet size and the fit is excellent and the space for the speakers is pretty deep. I bought this to add the SMH10 at some point down the road. In the mean time I may just add some helmet speakers before I spend the extra dough on the SMH10. So I took a couple hour ride traveling at speeds from 35MPH to 70MPH. I found the drop down sun visor somewhat hard to actuate but easy to flip up. But its not a deal breaker for me and that is the only reason I gave the helmet 4 stars instead of 5.I have owned maybe 5 different types of helmets from to full face to modular types and all different manufactures. The funny thing is I have found wind noise worse in full face and modular helmets than type units. Why that is I dont know. Anyway the wind noise is very minimal. What really surprised me was that when I put the shield down the road noise was cut down by a good 30 to 40 percent.In fact it cut the motor noise down by so much that I thought if there was an engine problem I was not going to be able to hear it, so helmet speakers should work really well. The chin strap material is fairly thin compared to every other Helmet I have owned. Again if the chin strapped is locked in place this should not be a problem. It just has a cheap feel to it. When I was riding a 2 wheeler I loved the feel of security that a full face Helmet provided, on a Trike though I have more freedom to look around while riding and a seems to provide a lot more un-restricted views.I am not one to spend a ton of money on a helmet, and this came in at price point I needed. A chin guard would be nice but again I am riding a trike my risk of a crash due to road debris or loosing balance is nearly completely removed.
Open face comfort - ADV Rider VT
Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
Pros: broad range of visibility and the ability to communicate easily
Cons: clear plexiglass wont stay up
It's nice to see and talk again, and both glass components are very functional when down. The clear visor wont stay up for me, as preferred on short trips to the store. I really like the solid sun visor, too