Joining Bell and Fog City in the whiz-bang visor game is e-Tint with their MX-8 and AX-9 visor inserts. Both use electricity to instantly transition from clear to tint, either at the push of button or using a light sensor.
Combining his signature pin stripes with an air-brushed fish scale pattern, custom car builder Skratch painted a Custom 500 open face helmet for Bell. The helmet itself marks a return to Bell’s original helmet design of 1954, just here with … Continued
You’ve seen the ads for the glasses on TV for the last decade, so you know how this is supposed to work. Enter bright sunlight and they automatically darken. Once it’s dark out, they quickly go clear again. Like Transitions … Continued
The custom graphics that Roland Sands designed for this Bell Star have the appearance of metal leaf applied on top of raw carbon fiber. Anything black you see here isn’t paint, it’s the exposed weave of the all-carbon shell. The … Continued
This all-new Bell Moto-9 incorporates more safety features than we’ve ever seen in a motocross helmet before. In addition to the Kevlar/carbon/fiberglass shell and Snell M2010 certification there’s magnetic cheekpads which facilitate easy helmet removal by EMTs, who will also … Continued
Everyone told me that wearing this level of safety gear on an adventure touring trip was overkill and it was kind of a pain in the ass. But when it was 45 degrees and raining, I was warm and dry; … Continued
Based on the company's original 1954 "500" helmet, this new Bell Custom 500 adds modern protection and graphics to the classic shape. The shell is fiberglass, creating an average weight of 880g and the helmets are DOT certified. We're impressed…