Bell releasing limited edition custom helmets

Collaborating with Fasthouse, with graphics appearing across Bell line

Helmets News
Fasthouse

Fasthouse brings moto inspired designs to the trail and enduro world.

Bell Helmets has just added custom printing to their product line, and now is teaming up with Fasthouse to release some new limited edition designs and graphics for Spring 2018. The new helmets feature the signature bold designs from Fasthouse, with the graphics appearing on numerous models in the Bell range. Bell has also extended its partnership with Fasthouse global MTB riders, with all five athletes now riding in Bell helmets. Existing Bell athlete’s Ryan Howard and Caroline Buchanan join Tyler McCaul, Bubba Warren, and Emil Johansson in representing both brands this year.

Tyler McCaul Super DH Fasthouse

Tyler McCaul rocking the new Bell Super DH with some help from Fasthouse.

“We’re excited to be working with the Fasthouse team as they launch their MTB program,” said Jon Sherwood, Bell Global Director of Brand Marketing. “We have a great relationship with them on the moto side, and with us sharing so many of our MTB athletes, extending that partnership into MTB felt like natural progression for both brands. The new Fasthouse helmet graphics are awesome, and we are looking forward to working with them on some fun projects this year.”

Bell Sixer MIPS

The Sixer MIPS in bold designs from Fasthouse will match most trail kits.

Bell Super DH MIPS

The Super DH retails for $300 and comes stock with a removable chin bar.

The special edition green, orange and black Fasthouse Stripes colorway will be available in the Bell Full-9 downhill helmet ($400 non-MIPS), new Super DH helmet with removable chin bar ($300), and the new Sixer trail helmet ($150).

Bell Sixer MIPS

Bell’s Sixer MIPS is great choice for trail and cross country racers alike.

For more details shred over to www.bellhelmets.com.


About the author: Jordan Villella

Jordan comes from the steep streets of Pittsburgh PA, where he learned to dodge cars and rip single track. He has been involved in nearly every aspect of the cycling industry: from turning wrenches, store design, clothing production and bike park creation. Jordan spends his free time racing cross country and cyclocross around North America, though he has been know to enduro every now and then. His love of cycling is only second to his love of his family and punk rock.


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