Race Star Flex DLX Surge Full Face Helmet by Bell®. Designed for the racer with a day job, where every race weekend decision has to be carefully considered during the long week, the Race Star is the prime choice. Offering all the features and protection of its class-leading sibling, the Race Star utilizes a 3k carbon fiber shell and is packed with cutting edge technology to deliver premier performance. Bell proprietary Flexx liner provides comprehensive protection, the Virus CoolJade liner and Magnefusion cheek pads ensure superior comfort and optimal fit, and RaceView orientation capped with the class 1 optics of Bell's Panovision face shield affords you a perfect view of the finish line. The desire to win starts in the head.
|Material: Carbon Fiber|
|Color: Matte/Gloss White/Red|
|Weight: 1500 gr|
|Face Shield: Yes|
|Integrated Sun Visor: No|
|Peak Visor: No|
|Pinlock Ready: No|
|Helmet Certification: DOT Approved and SNELL Approved and SHARP Tests|
3K Carbon Shell
The proven 3K carbon fiber on the 2016 Race Star gives this helmet the look, performance, and feel of a true race helmet.
Using prescription glasses or a preferred pair of shades is now possible with eyewear arm pockets woven right into the interior liner.
Flex Energy Management Interior Liner
A first-of-its kind, three-layer impact liner designed to manage energy from three potential impact scenarios: low, mid and high-speed.
Magnefusion™ Removable Magnetic Cheekpads
Integrated cheekpad system makes it easy to remove cheekpads after a crash or swap them out for cleaning and drying.
Panovision™ Shield with Class 1 Optics
Maximum visibility allows you to see better in a tight or tucked position and make safer lane changes and head-checks.
Virus® Cool Jade™ Power mesh Liner
Designed to withstand the rigors of hard use in extreme conditions, the Virus liner allows athletes to stay cool, keep comfortable and beat the funk.
It’s no coincidence that Bell® is both the first name in speed and the first name in helmets. Born in the 1950’s California hot rod and racing scene, Bell founder Roy Richter built an entire industry anticipating the unmet needs of those with a speed-hungry disposition. People wanted to drive fast…he corralled all the go-fast parts he could find into the world’s first speed shop. They wanted to race…he built them race cars. And when the need-for-speed started to reveal some grim realities, Roy did something about that too and Bell Helmets was born.