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2012 Bell Helmet Collection

Saturday, August 20, 2011
Bell Sports has been in the helmet business for well over fifty years and continues to provide quality helmets at the forefront of the motorcycle industry. Offering a wide range of helmet models at various price points for both the street and dirt motorcyclist, Bell is sure to meet any consumers need. With a variety of new graphics in their 2012 helmet collection, here is a sample of what is available from Bell Helmets.
Bell Custom 500 Skratch Pin Stripe
Bell Custom 500 Skratch Pin-Stripe retails for $139.95.
Bell RS1 RSD Flash
Bell RS-1 RSD Flash retails for $399.95.
Bell Vortex B54
Bell Vortex B-54 retails for $179.95
Bell Moto-9 Skull Candy
Bell Moto-9 Skull Candy Scream retails for $475.95.
Bell Custom 500 Cabbie
Bell Custom 500 Cabbie retails for $139.95.
Bell Star Miss Behavin
Bell Star Miss Behavin' retails for $599.95.
Bell Vortex Flying Tiger
Bell Vortex Flying Tiger retails for $179.95.
Bell Custom 500 Heartbreaker
Bell Custom 500 Heart Breaker retails for $139.95.
Bell Revolver Hi Vis Yellow
Bell Revolver Hi-Vis Yellow retails for $199.95.
Bell Moto-9 Unit Hot Orange
Bell Moto-9 Unit Hot Orange retails for $475.95.

Bell Helmets are available online at www.Motorcycle-Superstore.com

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AnthonyD   August 21, 2011 03:40 PM

Use some ear plugs. Thats what I do on the track with my lids.
bikerrandy   August 20, 2011 04:06 PM
Didn't know Bell made a modular helmet 'till now. Would like to see a test/comparison of 1.
TonyDee   August 20, 2011 03:54 PM
I wish I could afford the more high dollar helmets. I have a cheap one that will save my head in a crash but what's the point if I go deaf from the wind noise.
AnthonyD   August 20, 2011 01:00 PM
I disagree with Rocky. I have a Bell Star and think it's great. It is a little noisy but it has the most stability at speed than any other helmet I have tried. Airflow is great to me. Much more flow than my Shark RSR2 (the Shark is much quieter).

Very light weight, great aerodynamics, lots of flow. What else can one want from a track helmet?
Rocky R   August 20, 2011 12:10 PM
I was disappointed with the new Bell race helmets. All imports and at least on the forced air applications, much poorer quality than in the past. Used to be a fan...