Bell Helmets’ Summer Sale Offers Deep Discounts

You can save big time with Bell’s summer sale. (Bell Helmets/)

“All of the gear, all of the time” is a rule to live by for motorcycle owners, but we too often forget the same should apply to UTVs. Bell Helmets’ summer promotion could be a great way to save money on head protection, as the company’s offering deep discounts on some of its most popular dirt bike and streetbike models.

Bell helmets aren’t cheap, but you get what you pay for, and there’s almost nothing more important than protecting your head. Discounts can be as much as hundreds of dollars, depending on the helmet model, and the company is offering price cuts on products across all price ranges.

Related: How to Pick a Side-by-Side Helmet

Buyers can get significant savings on models like the Moto-9S Flex, which is normally $670 but is down to $335 during the sale. The Moto-10 Spherical is discounted to $552 from its normal $920 price tag. Street helmets are on sale, too, including the Qualifier, which is down to just $65 from the full $130 price tag. The most expensive is the Bullitt, which normally costs $440 but is discounted to $264.

While most of these helmets are technically aimed at two wheels, we’ve been using Moto-9s in side-by-sides for years and love them. Fit, finish, and tech are all top-notch. We especially love the MIPS directional impact protection layer.

Related: Gear Review: Bell MX-9 Adventure MIPS Helmet

It might be tempting to opt for a cheaper street helmet over one meant for dirt, but it’s important to buy the right gear for the job. Protection needs are different between the two, and you don’t want to find out the hard way that a street helmet isn’t up to the job of keeping you safe on the trail or vice versa.

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