Bell BR.1 SA2015 Helmet


Adaptable for use as a Side-Air, Top-Air, or as a traditional racing helmet in the standard configuration.
SKU: BEBR115 Categories: , Tags: ,


The innovative Bell BR.1 Racing Helmet is adaptable to be used as a Side-Air, Top-Air, or as a traditional racing helmet in the standard configuration. An industry first upon its release, the Bell BR.1 is the first truly multi-purpose helmet to be designed specifically for racing markets. The easy to install forced air kits (sold separately) allows the helmet to be customized to any form of racing or seat style. Attractively styled with a front chin gurney (aka duckbill spoiler), the BR.1 also features a rear Venturi style airflow vent for dirt track racing. An large eyeport finishes off this Jack-Of-All-Trades helmet, creating a comfortable fit and excellent visibility.

 Technical Information

Rating: Snell SA2015
Hans Anchors: Pre-Drilled & Threaded
Weight (MED Size): n/a
Shield Style: 281 SRV (3mm)
Part Number: BEBR115 SIZE COLOR
Manufacturer: Bell

• Rear Facing Venturi Airflow Vents Allow Air Exchange While Preventing Dust from Entering the Eyeport
• Can Be Easily Adapted to Top Air or Side Air Configuration
• Side Air and Top Air Kits Available (Sold Separately)
• Aggressive Styling and Front Aero Chin Bar Gurney (Duckbill) for Improved Aerodynamic Stability
• Lightweight Composite Shell
• Multi-Piece, Multi-Density High-Impact Custom Bead Absorbing Liner for Low and High Velocity Impact Protection
• Integrated Channels in the Face Piece Offer Multiple Options to Install IntegrateRadio Microphone Systems
• Black Comfort-Plus FR Interior Fabric for Durable Performance
• Multi Foam Density Standard Interior For Outstanding Fit
• Positive Visor Seal Prevents Dust From Entering the Eyeport
• Large Size Eyeport


Bell Helmet Sizing Chart

An effective helmet is one that fits properly. Have an assistant use a measuring tape, or a piece of string to measure the circumference of your head starting at a point approximately one inch above the eyebrows in front, around a point in the back of the head that results in the largest possible measurement, and finally wrapping back to the front. It is a good idea to take several measurements to make sure you have the largest one.

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