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Explained: Bell’s Flex Helmet Technology

5 months ago

Founded in the 1950s California hot rod scene, and now protecting the heads of champions in auto, motorcycle and bicycle competitions all over the world, Bell is committed to providing purpose-built solutions that provide across-the-board head protection for the modern rider. So four years ago, when it came to evolving the race proven Moto-9, Bell wanted to re-think fit and build on the helmet’s longstanding ability to manage energy. They created a first-of-its-kind three-layer impact liner, utilising a revolutionary combination of polymer materials to provide a progressive energy management system; one that’s designed to absorb low-, mid- and high-energy impacts.

Here’s a detailed explanation of how Bell’s Flex technology works…


More on Bell’s Flex Line

🎥 BELL HELMETS: MIPS & FLEX EXPLAINED

🎥 REVIEW: BELL MOTO-9 FLEX HELMET

 

PRODUCT: BELL MOTO-9 FLEX

 

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