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Bell Race Star Helmet - Sector

Bell Race Star Helmet - Sector

Justlikeeveryzero - Columbus Ohio How is this helmet not $1200+!?!! "I’ve recently upgraded to a Pro Star and wrote a race review. That said, the pro star makes me appreciate the incredible value of the Race Star so much more. The race star doesn’t feel any heavier than the pro. The fit and comfort are identical. They both have incredible visibility though the pro is better in the tucked position. The reason I upgraded is because I had a high sider and came down with my head being the first thing to touch the ground. My trajectory upon landing was at a relatively shallow angle and my head slid across the tarmac before the rest of me succumbed to gravity. The helmet did exactly what it should have. I had zero injuries to my head and neck. I didn’t even have a head ache. The shell of my race star suffered mostly cosmetic damage though I’m sure the high and medium speed impact liners were deformed (as they should be if the technology works as advertised) Unless you are looking for a strictly racing/track only lid, I would actually recommend the race over the pro. It was great for weekend warrior track day duty on my R1, yet it still offered great visibility on the street with the more upright riding position of my Speed Triple R. Everything that I love about my Pro Star You can find in the race. 1 The removal padding secured and is removed easily using magnets. I can’t imagine an easier system. Removing the pads to wash and putting them back in is no longer a major pain. 2. Visibility, second to no other lid I’ve owned, ridden with, or tried one. The panovision feature really does make a huge difference when turning your head to check the rear. And the clear class 1 optics will make you think there’s no shield on at all. Until that first bug anyway. 3. Quiet. I’ve gone out for a track session, forgetting my ear plugs and didn’t even notice. This is not to say earplugs aren’t still an improvement. And for street riding I’d argue ear plugs aren’t needed at all. 4. Fit - personally I like the fit. It is snug, which I really like. Plus the 3rd protective liner in the helmet, the one closest to your head, molds to the shape of your back head So you end up with a custom fit. Plus cheek pads are interchangeable to really dial the fit in. That said this is not a helmet for touring riding. After about an hour it’s time to get it off. And I’ve been on 2-3 hour rides and at the end of those I’m miserable from pressure points. I don’t look at this as a down side because I want the helmet to fit me how it does for the kind of riding I use it for. 5. Cooling - ventilation is good. I have no complaints. I’ve not had any fogging issues, including in the rain and in cooler evening rides. The liner is made of a material that promotes your skin staying cool and I’d say it works well 6. Build quality - everything feels top quality and like I’d expect more expensive helmets to feel. The visor has a great positive lock feel in the cracked and open positions and makes an awesome seal when closed. Everything about the helmet feels premium grade. 7. Ease of use - taking the visor off and putting it on is so easy!! I’ve done a visor change with my race gauntlets on! Luke the magnefusion liner the visor mechanism is the easiest I’ve used and I can’t imagine it being any easier. The only thing i don’t like is that no matter what graphic the bell logo is big and white with red outline and right above the visor. I don’t mind the helmet having Iran brand name on it, I just wish it was intergrated into the design or graphic a little better. The best thing of all is the price. MSRP Is already a great deal for this helmet. But rarely will you ever pay that. I purchased both my race and pro from Motorsport for 50% off!"
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Bell Qualifier DLX Helmet - Blackout

Bell Qualifier DLX Helmet - Blackout

808Grace - San Francisco Great fit! "Just received my helmet today and it is perfect! I am about to take my motorcycle training course and can’t wait to get started! Fit is exactly as expected based on measurements. This helmet is simple in design and perfect for my first helmet."
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Fully in Your Face

Full-Face helmets provide the best all-in-one protection for your head money can buy. Full-face helmets cover the back of your head to the front, under the chin and finally a visor to protect your eyes from road debris and sun glare.

The full-face helmet market is big. As more and more states pass helmet laws and more riders opt for better protection the motorcycle helmet industry is red hot. Today's full-face helmets are nothing like the past. Full-face helmets not only provide the best protection but the features packed into current models offer optimum comfort and mobility. Plus, most helmets are now just so cool to look at riders can't wait to get their hands on one...or maybe get one on their heads!

MotoSport offers one of the widest selections of full-face helmets on the web. We carry more than 350 different helmets, many more when factoring in styles and colors, from 20 companies. Our catalog of full-face helmets includes budget-friendly helmets under $100 to top-of-the-line feature packed helmets for the more serious, everyday rider. Whatever your choice - all our helmets come with SNELL and/or DOT certification.

How to Size a Motorcycle Helmet

A properly fitted motorcycle helmet can play a major role in the outcome of an accident. The first step in finding a motorcycle helmet is determining your head size. Follow these steps:

  • Wrap a soft measuring tape around your head about a half inch above your eyebrows, above your ears and around the back of your head at the largest point.
  • Compare your head size with the specific motorcycle helmet manufacture's size to find a match. Each motorcycle helmet manufacture provides different sizing charts for their helmets so you will need to compare your helmet size to each brand's sizing.
  • Try the helmet on before using it. The helmet should sit squarely on your head with the top of the helmet's eye port just above your eyebrows. A properly fitted motorcycle helmet will fit snug at first and loosen slightly as it is broken in.
  • If the helmet moves or your fingers fit easily between your head and the helmet you'll likely need a smaller size.

Stay safe and get a full-face helmet that fits best. If you have questions about sizing a motorcycle helmet give one of our experienced staff members a call at 888-676-8853 or chat with an expert.

MotoSport is the best place to find full-face helmets. We have a 90-day return policy. MotoSport offers fast, free shipping on orders over $79.

Of course, what's a motorcycle helmet without all the accessories? We sell state-of-the-art communication devices with Bluetooth technology that allow you to talk to a passenger or riding partner and/or listen to music or make hands-free phone calls. We have a full inventory of replacement face shields and one of our favorites ?? helmet cameras. Look at our riding headwear to wick away sweat and moisture and help you weather even the toughest Mother Nature can throw at you.