The Sport is designed for entry level racers who demand value and quality at an affordable price. The Sport incorporates classic Bell design styling, standard size eye opening, comfortable interior fit and a lightweight composite shell.
The all-purpose Sport offers closed face protection, a wide range of features, full ventilation and is a perfect choice for racers on a budget or enthusiasts just entering the sport.
- All-purpose Helmet with Classic Bell Styling
- Lightweight Composite Shell
- E-Max Multi-Density Energy Absorbing Liner
- Full Chin Bar, Forehead & Top Ventilation
- Black Comfort-Plus FR Interior Fabric for Durable Performance
- Comfortable Standard Interior Fit
- Positive Visor Seal Prevents Dust From Entering the Eyeport
- Standard Size Eyeport
- 281 3 mm SRV Shield (SRV-2 Pivot System) Clear Shield
- M6 Terminal Hardware for Head and Neck Restraint Devices
- Draw String Helmet Bag Included, Hex Wrench Included
- Sizes S (57) to XL (61+)
- Available in White, Gloss Black, Safety Orange
- Safety Orange Color (Non-Vented Chin Bar) for Boat Racing
- Available in Sport Edge Graphic ($399.95)
Proper helmet fit is vital to the performance of a helmet during an impact. For the helmet to perform properly during an impact, it must stay securely on the head. Measuring the head is only a starting point for the entire sizing procedure. Due to varying shapes, heads that are apparently the same size when measured by a tape may not necessarily fit the same size helmet.
A small metal tape measure or a cloth tape may be used to make your initial measurement. You can also use a string, which can then be laid against a measuring tape.
Measure the circumference of the head at a point approximately one inch above the eyebrows in front, and at a point in the back of the head that results in the largest possible measurement. Take several measurements. The largest measurement is the one you want to use.
THE HELMET SHOULD FIT AS SNUG AS POSSIBLE – IT WILL BREAK IN AS YOU WEAR IT!
BELL SIZING COMPARISON CHART
HELMET SHIELD SYSTEM
Bell Racing helmets come equipped with one of two shield systems: SRV or Detent. In early 2006 the majority of Bell’s helmets were converted to the SRV system. This new system has a slide mechanism that allows the driver to adjust the tension on the shield allowing for multiple opening positions. When properly adjusted and in the locked position, the SRV systems helps reduce the possibility of the shield opening during an impact.
The helmets that feature the SRV system are: Dominator, Vortex, Infusion Top Forced Air, Infusion Side Forced Air, M4 Pro, M4 Pro Extra, M3, M3 Extra, GTX, BR-1, BR-1 Side Air, M4 and the M4 Top Air.
The Bell helmets that are still equipped with the Detent system are:
Vortex Side Forced Air, Vortex Top Forced Air, M2, M2 Forced Air, Sport 3, K1 Sport and the Kart 2 Pro.
When ordering extra shields for your helmet, it is important to specify an SRV or detent shield.