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Bell Super DH MIPS Helmet

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Bell Super DH MTB Helmet


Incredibly comfortable and versatile.

The chinbar seems to attach much easier and quicker than older models. And the magnetic chinstrap latch is just so amazing, all helmets should have them.

The addition of extra size cheek pads are really nice to customise the fit.

Also really nice go pro clip in mount, really nice touch. And if you like (as I have) you can use it as a torch mount for night riding.

100% recommend this helmet to anyone.

Should be able to buy it without the chinbar.


Good helmet. But unfortunately I never really wear it because I only go to bike parks or ride dh tracks a few times a year. I've purchased three other open face helmets since buying this, only because bell doesn't sell it without the chinbar. This is my fulltime fullface. Maybe I should've just purchased a full face.

Great for protecting ya scone


Bought this to replace my aging Bell Super 2R. So much more comfortable. Chin guard is easier to remove and reinstall whilst helmet is on. Did find that you need to tip your head down a little more to stop the sweat dripping on your goggles or glasses.

Best Mountain Bike Helmet in its class


Awesome helmet worth every dollar, Fits well on head, vents well on long rides, does everything Bell advertises.

Comfy as bro!


Love this glorious helm. It's kept my noggin safe on some unexpected ejections.

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I love this helmet becasue it is so verstile. I usually have about a 7 km ride to the dirt tracks so I strip it back by removing the full face part. This keeps me cool enough on the hill climb to the top. When I get to the top I add the full face component again.

So the time came when the Bell Super DH MIPS Helmet did its job. I took a fall over a cliff edge and impacted with a rock to the cheekbone. The impact noise to the helmet was really loud and initially thought my cheekbone is surely damaged. But after checking myself out I was amazed that I had no damage at all to my checkbone. I kept checking for blood but nothing. Not even a bruise. I count my lucky stars I had the full face configuration otherwise without it I would have a fractured cheekbone and most probably a concussion and trip to hospital

I now have to consider wearing it as a full face everytime. You never know when your going ot need it
Pros- Light weight, MIPS, removeable full face, sweat guide padding, Fidlock Buckle good ventilation
Cons - Only thing I can think of it that the full face part is not easy to carry in a backpack as it wrapped 360 around the complete helmet, which in fact makes it a better helmet than thsoe that dont

I would absolutley reccomend this helmet. Some may think its expensive I dont. Consider a $10 helmet for a $10 head

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