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You've probably noticed that we have so far only reviewed full-face and flip-up helmets on web Bike World, so this is a first.
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Have you ever wondered what happened to Bell motorcycle helmets?
We're big proponents of motorcycle safety, and full-face helmets are part of a safety strategy that works.
Bell owned the market seemingly forever, and the distinctive Bell logo was everywhere. If you were serious about motorcycle riding, you owned a Bell helmet. Bell was purchased by Bieffe, the Italian helmet manufacturer. As a measure of their commitment, Bell also opened a motorcycle helmet design and testing facility in Santa Cruz, California to develop, prototyped and create the tooling necessary to manufacture the new designs.
Bell was the Arai, Shoei and Suomy of its time, and their helmets adorned just about every motorcycle rider and racer in the U. One thing led to another, and the Bell name all but disappeared from the street motorcycle scene, but it developed a strong reputation in bicycle helmets and off-road motorcycle helmet markets throughout the world. The Bell name was recently reacquired from Bieffe, and Bell helmets are now available again in the U. Bell has an extensive selection of Snell M2000 and DOT FMVSS 218 motocross and off-road helmets, and they've recently developed a line of open-face motorcycle street helmets that offer some unique features for that market.