Bell’s Carbon Fiber Moto-10 Spherical Helmet Ups The Off-Road Safety Ante

Ever since debuting the first full-faced motocross lid in 1975, Bell has been a consistently innovative force in the helmet space, and the California-based company has now rolled its more than 45 years of experience into the creation of the most advanced and state-of-the-art off-road riding helmet on earth with the all-new Moto-10 Spherical. And while Bell previously debuted a limited-edition version of the new model back in April, it’s now revealed the standard model.

Constructed around a segmented 3K carbon fiber composite shell, the Moto-10 Spherical was developed in collaboration with MIPS and takes its name from its use of a cutting-edge SPHERICAL TECHNOLOGY which redirects impact forces through a traditional MIPS system coupled with a new Ball-And-Socket design that allows the outer layer of the helmet to rotate around an inner-shell to soak up forces upon impact. Tipping the scales at only 3.06lbs (in size Medium), this SNELL-, ECE-, and DOT-certified helmet also features Bell’s flexible and fully-adjustable “Fly Bridge” visor, Thermal Exchange Airflow ventilation setup, and MAGNEFUSION magnetic emergency cheek-pad release system, a panoramic google port that boasts a market-leading field-of-view, a wicking Virus CoolJade Liner, and Bell’s all-new “No Missed Races” EPP bumpers that greatly lessen the likelihood of helmet-to-body contact injuries such as broken collarbones. Sold with a padded and lined helmet bag, the Bell Moto-10 Spherical is available now in multiple color options for $850.

Purchase: $850

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