If you’re in the market for a new helmet, be sure to check out Bell’s new offerings as they’re sure to please your wallet and head at the same time. The Transfer 9 comes in at a killer price at $200 for similar features to their Full 9 full face helmet. The Stoker keeps you stoked as it takes a lot of features from their Super (Enduro helmet) into a $70 offering.
Video: 2014 Bell Range
Bell Transfer 9
To kick thing off, the Transfer 9 takes a lot of cues from its big brother, the Full 9. Featuring a fiberglass shell instead of a carbon one, the Transfer 9 comes in a modest $200 price point.
It packs many of the same features like overbrow venting, audio ports, a modified GoPro mount, and eject compatibility in addition to the safety ratings.
Transfer 9 - Overbrow Venting
Transfer 9 - Audio ports and button style cheekpads
Bell Full 9
We’ve taken a look at the Full 9 in the past and its one of our go-to helmets on most occasions due to the fit and features.
For 2014, the Full 9 gets some new color options as well but functionally remains the same good ol helmet as 2013.
Full 9 - Tagger model
Stoker – Enduro helmet
Moving into their Enduro range of helmet offerings, Bell has got a new contender in the ring called the Stoker. It’s a cheaper priced helmet and follows much the same cord as their Super helmet in most all of the features. At $70 compared to the $125 price of their Super, the Stoker is sure to get you stoked.
Stoker - Color Options
The Stoker also features brow ventilation and is also goggle compatible. The helmet is adjustable in a variety of ways to help make the helmet fit properly on your head.
Bell Stoker - Brow Venting helps channel air up and over your head to keep things cool
The Intersect is a new helmet for 2014 as well and takes some design features from the Segment at $60. Aimed at the urban market, this helmet also features a light in the back of the helmet.