Sketchy rock drops on ledgy sandstone. Mach speed tunnels through alpine forest. Picking the smooth line amongst slippery river rocks. Trail riding can mean a lot of different things. Bell’s top-of-the-line trail helmet, the Bell Sixer MIPS Helmet Verigo Matte Black White Crimson, is designed to handle it all.
The last thing you want to be thinking about in the middle of a long backcountry ride is your helmet. It should be well-ventilated. It should protect your head. And it should fit so well that you don’t know it’s there.
The Sixer takes to the trail with Bell’s integrated MIPS technology, resulting in a sleeker, closer-to-the-head fit that combines with Bell’s Float Fit system and proprietary Sweat Guide to ensure unprecedented comfort in a helmet. Goggle compatibility, complete with a strap gripper at the rear of the helmet, adjustable visor height, integrated camera/light mount and a full hard shell round out the package. They’ve sweated every detail on the Sixer so that out on the trail, the only sweating you’ll have to worry about is your own.
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Bell Sixer MIPS Helmet Verigo Matte Black White Crimson Key Features
- Fusion In-Mold Polycarbonate Shell
- Dual Flow Ventilation
- Exposed Polycarbonate Roll Cage
- Progressive Layering
- 4-Position Adjustable Visor
- MIPS multi impact protection system
About Bell Cycling Helmets
Bell Cycling Helmets exists to inpire and enable the next generation of boundary breakers. It is built from auto racing, motorcycle and bicycle culture. They don’t just make helmets: they make possibilities. Born in a garage, fueled by grease and will, guided by pure intent. Bell encourage the world to live, ride drive and thrive. Established in 1954. Proven Ever Since. Anything Bell is designed to fulfil a specific set of needs—without frosting. The Bell aesthetic is uniquely appealing in its purpose-built utility in the same way a race car or fighter jet is designed with every aspect of its function in mind. That they are beautiful in their ultimate aesthetic is secondary. In the end they are creating an essential performance tool.