Bell Motorcycle Helmets
Popular Bell Helmets
The Moto 3 and Moto 9 helmets are some of the most popular models in the Bell helmet collection. Both the Moto 3 and the Moto 9 series of helmets contain a lightweight fiberglass composite shell construction. The 3 Shell/EPS (Expanded Polystyrene) sizes ensure a personalized fit for every individual who purchases them. They contain removable and washable anti-microbial terrycloth liners and micro-suede liners, depending on the specific model, so you’re not taking ride after ride in the same sweaty helmet. With a velocity flow ventilation system for cooling and a fully adjustable Flying Bridge Visor with air intake vents, you will never feel suffocated or stuffy inside this helmet. Rather, you’ll find yourself cool as a cucumber even after riding a long way. Breakaway screws, eject systems, lined chin bars, a magnetic strap keeper, and emergency removal system cheek pads make these helmets extremely safe for riding in all conditions. In fact, both the Moto 3 and Moto 9 helmets meet or exceed DOT and ECE specifications.
Bell Helmets History
Bell was founded by Roy Richter in the 1950’s, born out of the speed-racing scene that was taking hold of California at the time. Roy wanted to satisfy his customers’ need for speed, but he also wanted to keep drivers safe as they careened around corners, so he started a line of helmets that could keep up with the active lives of the racers he worked with.
Since 1954, Bell has become a name synonymous with quality, trust, substance, utility, and innovation. Bell never compromises quality for fashion, speed for safety, or profit for performance. Bell products are built to last and designed to satisfy, every single time.