BELL manufactured its first helmet in 1954. Only a year later, Cal Niday became the first driver in the Indy 500 to wear a BELL helmet. Synonymous with innovation and superior performance, BELL knows about firsts: full-face motorcycle helmet (1966), fire-retardant auto racing helmet (1973), lightweight composite auto racing helmet (1979), all-Kevlar helmet (1989), Vortex helmet with aerodynamic features (1991), and Vortex Turbo Air helmet with internal fans (1996). JEGS has a great selection of BELL helmets and accessories (anchor kits, replacement hardware, bags, etc.) to cover all types of motorsports and budgets. We make sure you don't have to skimp on safety...shop and save at JEGS today!
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