Helmets are a sticky subject with the motorcycle crowd but like them or not, they can keep you from splitting your wig, So I think you should choose one that looks good and, more importantly, performs well. It doesn’t matter if you live in a state with a helmet law or just simply choose to wear one, Bell Helmets has a broad enough product line to fit your style. And with a tradition of technology and artistry dating back to the 1950s, you can count on Bell’s helmets to perform as well as they look. While Bell has an extensive helmet line, all of which are available at www.JPCycles.com, today I’m just going to focus on two.

First up is the Drifter. Made from a one-piece lightweight composite fiberglass shell, the Drifter was designed to have as small of a profile as possible while still meeting the U.S. Department of Transportation’s standards for motorcycle helmets. With removable ear pads for cold weather riding, the Drifter is a versatile helmet no matter what the riding conditions are like. Available in a variety of color and graphic combinations, the Drifter is also available in the Roland Sands signature series.

Next up is the brand spakin’ new Bell Custom 500 series. Way back in 1954, Bell founder Roy Richter formed his first helmet from fiberglass and dubbed it the “500.” While the new Custom 500 pays tribute to the original design, it also adds a modern protective technology to keep your melon in one piece. All have a quilted inner liner and integrated snaps just in case you want to add a Speed Racer looking visor or face shield. And in my opinion, you’re not going to find better graphics on any other helmet out there. Available in metal flake or three limited edition graphics, these bad boys are sure to turn some heads while keeping yours safe and secure.