Thursday, October 2

Bell Moto-9 Flex Helmet: Something to Be Pumped About!

It ain’t bragging if you can back it up… and if you got it, flaunt it. No, no, this isn’t the new motto for Muscle Beach in Venice, CA. However, there will still be plenty to get pumped up about in this post.

Bell Moto-9 Flex Motorcycle HelmetThe new Bell Moto-9 Flex Helmet was just released at the International Motorcycle, Scooter, and E-Bike Fair in Cologne, Germany and it is going to be making its way to the States in the imminent future. As the successor to the hugely popular Bell Moto-9, the new Flex has been built with progressive layering technology that is a first of its kind. The tri-layer liner in the Flex is designed to manage a varying range of impact scenarios from light to heavy. Additional augmentation of protective features are seen in the new Rotational Energy Management System that creates a “slip zone” between layers that will reduce the amount of rotational energy that makes it to the rider in the event of a crash.

Bell Moto 9 Flex Motorcycle HelmetFurther improvements can also be seen in a new adaptive fit construction that better forms to the rider’s head. At the same time, the addition of the Velocity Flow Ventilation system works hand-in-hand with the flexible liner to circulate the optimal amount of air throughout the the interior of the helmet. Simply put, the key to the technological advancement of this helmet resides in the the varying densities of EPO, EPP, and EPS portions of the liner that have been rigorously envisioned, designed, and tested to afford riders the best off-road protection that Bell has ever produced. Currently there appears to be a handful of varying graphics and there will undoubtedly be an expanding selection moving into the future.

Look, if you are good don’t be afraid to show it. You’ve put in the work, you’ve invested the time, you’ve pushed yourself to be the best, and you should be rocking a helmet that is equally as driven… and one that is not afraid to flex!

Have fun out there, be safe, and as always…

Enjoy the ride,

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