Bell Introduces Two New Helmet Lines for 2014
December 23, 2013 | By: J&P Cycles
Bell Helmets is leading the way for the 2014 riding season by continuing to release cutting-edge style lids for all types of riders. Unlike some of the other helmet manufactures out there, Bell is doing more than just releasing bold new graphics; they are releasing new styles and designs that push the envelope while staying loyal to their heritage of safety and style. Earlier this year Bell released the Rogue helmet which was innovative and new. Bell reinvented the half helmet and marketed it to the hard core cruiser market. This year Bell is at it again with the Qualifier line and the new retro Bullitt!
The Qualifier has many features that come from their industry-leading Star Carbon helmet line – features you can expect from a high-end helmet with a reasonable price. The Qualifier has an aggressive and aerodynamic lightweight polycarbonate shell with a removable, washable anti-bacterial liner. You’ll find their ClickRelease ™ system offers the fastest, easiest, tool-free shield changes ever. The padded Wind Collar on this helmet drastically reduces wind and road noise. This helmet also features a padded chin strip, D-ring closure, and integrated speaker pockets for audio, and a five-year manufacture warranty. All these little extras add up to an exceptionally comfortable full face helmet that provides safety, good looks, and a quiet ride!
Next up in the Bell line up is the Bullitt. This helmet was inspired by Bell’s very first Star helmet, but with a modern take on the original. Few companies in the market could pull off this retro look off, but Bell has done it. Comfortable fitting helmets with a truly vintage-style make this helmet sure to be a popular one when it’s released. The low-profile Fiber composite shell has a Micro-suede liner that is removable, washable and anti-bacterial. It also features a padded chin strap with D-ring closure, and the industry-leading five-year manufacture warranty. You can decide on the style of shield you prefer because Bell offers a flat shield or an ultra-retro bubble shield.
That’s a quick preview of the new Bell helmets coming out for the 2014 season. So, keep watch for these and all the other new Bell helmets at www.jpcycles.com.