The Bell Bullit Bolt is a vintage cafe-racer helmet with a modern fibreglass shell and ventilation system.
As a direct throwback to the iconic Bell Star 120 of the 1960s, the Bullit adopts the very same oval shape and naked style of helmets worn in that era but does so without sacrificing the latest protection or comfort amenities of modern helmets. This is demonstrated in the use of a lightweight and durable fibreglass for the helmet's shell, with a multi-density EPS lining and 3 shell sizes for optimal fit.
The helmet is packed with a lot of subtle ventilation, with an adjustable vent on the chin bar and four spherical vents along the brow covered by wired mesh, with channels inside the helmet to carry cool air to the exhaust out the back. The flat face shield is secured by an innovative Magnefusion closure system and be removed to wear with a pair of goggles if that's more your style.
The level of authenticity in the Bullit is impressive between the lush suede trim around the visor aperture, the full-grain leather neck roll, and even the removable Bell sticker above the visor for a more subtle look. If your after a retro urban helmet, look no further!
When you order a helmet online, we can only accept a return when the helmet is unworn and HAS NOT been used out on the motorcycle. When you receive your helmet, please try it on for around an hour in the comfort of your home, do not go out on the motorcycle with it. If the helmet is too loose or too tight, get in touch, and we will help to provide a return.
Circumference Measurement: Wrap a measuring tape around your head starting from the centre of your forehead. Measure about an inch above your eyebrows and hold the tape comfortably snug. Take the length and complete it again for good measure. Use the largest of the two readings.
It’s no coincidence that Bell is both the first name in speed and the first name in helmets. Born in the 1950's California hot rod and racing scene, Bell founder Roy Richter built an entire industry anticipating the unmet needs of those with a speed-hungry disposition. People wanted to drive fast … he corralled all the go-fast parts he could find into the world’s first speed shop. They wanted to race … he built them race cars. And when the need-for-speed started to reveal some grim realities, Roy did something about that too and Bell Helmets was born.
Roy Richter spent his life removing the limits of what was possible — and his unlimited spirit has been Bell’s guiding light for nearly 60 years, earning the admiration, trust and loyalty of generations of champions. Throughout those years nearly every advance on the list of helmet “firsts” were built under Bell’s auspices. That drive to anticipate and create continues, as much a part of Bell’s ethos today as it was back in Roy’s day.
Whether for auto racing, motorcycling or bicycling, Bell is synonymous with instilling confidence and enabling awesomeness. Established 1954, proven ever since.
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