Bell FULL 9 Helmet

Product Code: 142652
£ 349.99 GBP

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Product Description

BORN FROM MOTOCROSS

The Full-9 is a bike-tuned, ground-up, purpose-built masterpiece. Drafting from Bell's award-winning MX helmet (the Moto-9), this top-of-the-heap full-face bike helmet incorporates the most advanced and relevant safety enhancements available while packing in timely features like Soundtrax (Bell's built-in speaker pockets and audio cable routing), slick-integrated camera mounts, our new Overbrow Ventilation system and a full-carbon shell.

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Customer Reviews

5 / 5 stars
All Terrain Cycles

GREAT HELMET REALLY COMFORTABLE. JUST HOPE I NEVER HAVE TO TEST IT TO THE LIMIT THOUGH, BUT I'M SURE IT WILL DO THE JOB!
- Monday 23rd May 2016
  • 5/5 Stars

5 / 5 stars
All Terrain Cycles

Weather was good so got a few shots from my phone cheers chris ps Helmets really comfy!!!
- Thursday 9th April 2015
  • 5/5 Stars

5 / 5 stars
All Terrain Cycles

This is a lightweight, safety-conscious helmet that looks good and doesn’t skimp on the fun features, either!
- Wednesday 11th February 2015
  • 5/5 Stars

5 / 5 stars
All Terrain Cycles

It’s been some time since Bell made any significant waves in the world of high-end full face protection, but thanks to the Full-9, things look set to change. The Full-9 draws obvious parallels with Bell’s successful Moto-9, but it’s designed specifically for use on bicycles. With developmental feedback from two-time World Cup overall Aaron Gwin, the Full-9 not only ticks off a whole host of safety standards, it’s also littered with nice features that help it really stand out on the hill. The helmet liner is removable and washable but where the Full-9’s quality shines through is the little touches such as the magnetic cheek pads. It may not seem like much, but the easy removal and secure relocation of the cheek pads certainly makes a difference when having the helmet removed by medics in a crash, or stripping out the liner when it gets stinky. Like Specialized’s Dissident, the Full-9 is compatible with the Eject Helmet Removal System, which is available separately. Aside from the key safety features, there’s some fun touches subtly integrated too. There’s the Soundtrax speaker ports should you want to ride with tunes blaring (not something we were too worried about) and a removable camera mount that sits just above the centre of the peak, right on top of the lid. Two mounts come with the helmet – one for the Contour and one for the GoPro. Both are designed to breakaway on impact, saving the camera and helmet. We only tried or Full-9 with a GoPro, but it went completely unnoticed while in use. The footage is a little shaky in places as the mount does move slightly but we still prefer it to slapping a sticky 3M camera mount permanently to our lid. It comes in six sizes, so getting the right fit isn’t hard. Our medium was snug enough to comfortably cling onto our cheeks, and once cinched up with the padded strap and D-ring closure, didn’t budge no matter how out of shape our riding got. Don’t be fooled by the Full-9’s chunkier silhouette, weight-wise it’s up there with most other market leaders. Our sample weighed 1,155g, which translates to ease of movement run after run without weighing our heads down or tiring our necks out. Things do get pretty sweaty quite quickly though, even with the 10 vents and three brow ports. There’s not the same amount of airflow that you get with Troy Lee’s D3 but we think it’s a small price to pay. 4/5
- Wednesday 11th February 2015
  • 5/5 Stars

5 / 5 stars
All Terrain Cycles

After taking inspiration from their award winning Moto-9 MX helmet Bell have well and truly put themselves back on the full face helmet map with this Full-9. It is quite simply as near perfect as we can imagine a helmet getting, and it just reeks of quality. Comfort is second to none, and with no fewer than six sizes on offer everyone should agree. It also feels like it’ll survive anything, and Bell have even managed to do a good job on the venting front. The features like a removable helmet cam mount, integrated speaker mounts, and cheek pads that can be easily removed in a serious crash just make you realise how Bell have thought about every single aspect of this lid. Whilst the helmet is expensive the good news is that Bell will soon be releasing the Transfer-9 which shares a similar design, but is half the price. The choice is yours.
- Wednesday 11th February 2015
  • 5/5 Stars

5 / 5 stars
All Terrain Cycles

If you're considering a trip to one of the UK's burgeoning bike parks, we'd highly recommend investing in a full-face helmet. Bell's Full 9 is its top-of-the-line offering, boasting a carbon shell that brings it within 10g of Troy Lee's D3 carbon and saving a claimed 150g over its cheaper counterpart, the Transfer 9. It's roomier and more comfortable than the D3, and gets a slick integrated mounting system for mounting your GoPro. Bell and Troy Lee's helmets both boast compatibility with the Leatt Neck Brace in addition to quick-release cheek pads to aid safe helmet removal in case of an accident. Bell goes one step further, however, with magnetic cheek pads that are a doddle to remove and replace, as well as a cavity in which you can fit the Shock Doctor Eject system - an inflatable bag that allows paramedics to remove the helmet without putting pressure on the neck. Used for a couple of weeks in Whister and a trip to the new Serfaus bike oark in Austria, my Full 9 was inadvertently involved in a big slam that left me with a brokken thumb. It came away virtually unscathed, protecting my bonce from a hefty bell ringing. Even the peak survived intact. At £400, we can see a lot of people being tempted by the £30 cheaper Troy Lee D3. But while the Bell can't match the D3's classic looks, it has more features and offers a slightly better fit. 9/10
- Wednesday 11th February 2015
  • 5/5 Stars

  • 5/5 Stars

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Bell FULL 9 Helmet
Specifications

Features:

  • Flying Bridge Visor
  • Integrated Roost Guard
  • Integrated/Removable Camera Mount - The Full-9's Integrated Camera Mount seamlessly affixes your wearable camera in the perfect spot without the need for messy double-stick tape or zip-ties. The removable breakaway mount clicks into the Full-9's top vent, leaving no trace when not in use and putting the camera in the ideal position to capture your ride. The mount's co-molded rubber pad reduces vibration and noise when riding rough terrain. Note: Ships with two camera mounts--one for GoPro and one for Contour.
  • Magnefusion Cheekpads
  • Overbrow Ventilation - The Overbrow Ventilation™ intakes work with the moto proven Velocity Flow Ventilation system on the Full-9 to actively usher cool air over the head via three ports on the brow of the helmet. A specially designed bridge keeps the ducting free from obstruction while the Full-9's air-channel matrix works to maximize full-head ventilation.
  • Padded chin strap with D-ring closure
  • Soundtrax -Soundtrax™ is Bell's system of built-in-speaker pockets and integrated audio cable routing. No goofy modifications needed--Soundtrax integrated perfectly with the Full-9 to provide the backbeat to your ride.
  • Velocity Flow Ventilation
  • X-Static Extended Wear Interior

Specifications:

  • Weight: 1050g
  • Vents: 10 vents, 3 brow ports
  • Certifications:
    • ASTM F1952-00
    • ASTM F2032 (BMX)
    • ASTM F2032-06
    • CE EN1078
    • CPSC Bicycle