Bell Sports Solar Cycling Helmet

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Bell Sports Solar Cycling Helmet

  • The ErgoDial Fit Method brings 1-handed adjustments to Bell’s Universal Fit helmets a easy press of the button and slide of the dial carry snug and comfy stability
  • In-mold polycarbonate shell bonds the helmet’s microshell to its EPS foam layer to provide a sturdier, much more reliable helmet the EPS foam is shot into the thin microshell cap when its in the mold-therefore the name-rather than formed individually and taped on later
  • Certifications: CPSC Bicycle and CE EN1078
  • Vents: 23
  • Fat: ten.4 oz/294 g

With a breezy, comfy truly feel and sporty seem, the Solar Cycling Helmet by Bell Sports is a best choice for casual riders. Its 23 ventilation ports and simple-to-use features, which includes Bell’s very own ErgoDial match technique, give you a great match with no the fuss. And the good quality in-mold building tends to make the Solar a vibrant decision for cyclists.Universal grownup sizes: 21.25″-24″/54-61 cm.

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3 Responses to Bell Sports Solar Cycling Helmet

  1. Dan Wildhirt says:
    167 of 168 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Why pay more?, July 30, 2010
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    Dan Wildhirt (Colorado) –
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    This review is from: Bell Solar Bike Helmet (Sports)
    As an avid cyclist and racer for 30-plus years, I’ve long since outgrown the need to be seen using the latest gear endorsed by Lance or Alberto or Andy. Let’s face it: A big reason for the high cost of many cycling accessories is marketing and sponsorships. Products like helmets are little more than commodities, so manufacturers have to differentiate their high-end brain buckets by paying big-name riders to wear them.

    Helmet technology has evolved to the point where there’s little functional difference between entry-level models and the top of the line ones. They all consist of a shell, nylon webbing and some EPS foam. And while the more costly units may carry stickers signifying compliance with multiple certification standards (Snell, ASTM, CPSC, etc.), keep in mind that manufacturers are obligated to pay for the costs of testing along with (in many cases) royalty fees that grant them the privilege of applying the stickers of certain privately-funded safety foundations. A given helmet may well comply with the latest Snell standard, but unless the manufacturer pays Snell’s fees, they can’t say it does.

    So that brings us to the Bell Solar. I’ve worn many Bell helmets (and crashed a few) over the years and have never found their protection to be lacking in any area. I originally bought a Solar as the first adult-sized helmet for my still-growing daughter, so I didn’t want to spend too much on one that might well end up being replaced in a year. Once it arrived, I was pleasantly surprised to find that the adjustable-fit system would accommodate even my 60cm melon, and it was a couple ounces lighter than the dated Giro I’d been using. So I bought another one for myself. After more than 2000 miles of training, racing and touring (including 540 miles on the week-long Ride The Rockies), I have no complaints at all. The Solar fits well and has sufficient airflow to keep my head cool even when racing a criterium on a 90-degree day. Plus, its ridiculously low price means I have money left over to spend on other stuff for my bike.

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  2. JoeWillie says:
    90 of 92 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Saved my bacon!, December 10, 2008
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    I didn’t read all the previous reviews but most discussed the fit. This helmet fit fine for me as well, but more importantly it works. I had a pretty bad accident with bone breaks (collar bone, multiple ribs)requiring surgery and felt a solid head thump on concrete. The helmet compressed and cracked but I had absolutely no head injury. Without a helmet I expect they would have had to wake me up!

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  3. G. Kruse says:
    46 of 46 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    I’m impressed!, July 29, 2007
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    G. Kruse (West Des Moines, IA United States) –
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    This review is from: Bell Solar Bike Helmet (Sports)
    I didn’t have great confidence in the “universal fit” system – until I tried it. I have owned higher end helmets from Bell and Giro, and this fits as well as any I’ve owned. I can’t see spending $100 for a helmet when this Bell does as well for a third of that.

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