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The Bell Moto 3 is a modern and updated version of the classic off-road helmet from Bell. The Bell Moto 3 still remains one of the most sought after vintage helmets today, old seventies versions are still going for big bucks on auction websites so Bell thought it was about time they re-released the Moto 3! It has that super aggressive look which we love, and all the expected modern touches while keeping the style and flavour of the original. The Bell Moto 3 has a tri-composite shell, moisture wicking liner, aggressive chin venting, duck bill peak and is ECE 22.05 safety rated.

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Bell Moto 3 Helmet - Classic White

***** (Based on 2 reviews)
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Bell Moto 3 Helmet - Classic White

***** (Based on 2 reviews)
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The Bell Moto 3 is a modern and updated version of the classic off-road helmet from Bell. The Bell Moto 3 still remains one of the most sought after vintage helmets today, old seventies versions are still going for big bucks on auction websites so Bell thought it was about time they re-released the Moto 3! It has that super aggressive look which we love, and all the expected modern touches while keeping the style and flavour of the original. The Bell Moto 3 has a tri-composite shell, moisture wicking liner, aggressive chin venting, duck bill peak and is ECE 22.05 safety rated.

  • ECE 22.05 European Safety Rated, road legal in the UK and Europe
  • Three shell EPS system
  • Soft lining with moisture wicking
  • Ten metal mesh air intake vents on chin bar
  • Five year warranty
  • 5 snap duck bill peak
  • Removable and washable comfort liner

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Reviews ***** 5 stars / Based on 2 reviews

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*****

Bell Moto III fits the bill

Great looking and fitting helmet. Light weight. Comfortable. Highly recommended.

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Bell Moto 3 Helmet - Classic White

*****

Based on 2 reviews

*****

Bell Moto III fits the bill

Great looking and fitting helmet. Light weight. Comfortable. Highly recommended.

*****

Farewell, Lollipop Boy

Let me start out by saying I have a massive bonce. The bullies at school called me Lollipop Boy. Since the problem is exacerbated by helmets I'm always looking for a (safe) lid that evens out my head to body ratio. Mission accomplished. The Bell Moto 3 is slender, and it looks even more slender because of the pleasing snout and chin bar, which give your face an elongated look. So much for style. Field of vision and ventilation couldn't be better; it feels like I'm wearing an open face helmet, and it sits well in the wind, even with the little sun visor on, even at 80mph and more, which I've done several times now, on some German Autobahns. I have a long Dart flyscreen on my T100 so I'm sure that helps with air distribution around and over the helmet, but the point stands. My only problem so far is that it's too tight to wear in-ear earphones - it should fit this snugly and feels great, but on some of my other helmets there is enough leeway in the padding to get my phones in nice and snug, while the Moto 3 puts an unyielding shell half an inch from your ear. I wear RHA T20 buds to navigate, as well as to listen to the odd ditty when I'm on a longer ride, as well as for noise protection. I could fit sound pads to the inside of the helmet, but then I'd still want to wear ear plugs because while the padding takes out some of the noise it's still an open visor lid and longer rides will batter your eardrums. With this one caveat in place, I can already say that this is the best helmet I've had in my 13 years of riding. I aim for a classic racer style on my bike, with black leathers Lewis Boots and aviator socks. The only thing I don't do anymore since I almost had my mug rearranged into a Picasso by a Welsh bollard three years ago is wear open face helmets, and this is the perfect compromise.