Bell Helmets let loose its 2020 Street lineup. It’s the next phase of Bell’s continuous upgrading, like they did for 2019. Here’s a brief gander at its Race Star Flex DLX and Star DLX MIPS lids, as seen at work at the track.
The Race Star Flex DLX is 10% lighter now. Designed for the racer with a day job, the Race Star Flex DLX offers 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.
A proprietary Flex liner provides comprehensive protection, and Magnefusion cheek pads ensure superior comfort with optimal fit, and RaceView orientation capped with the ProTint Photochromic Shield Technology affords you a perfect view of the finish line.
Introduced back in 1967, the first full-face helmet on the market, the Bell Star has inspired an industry to pursue the science of head protection. Drawing inspiration from the essential needs of the modern racer, and loaded with quality features, the Star MIPS DLX is the latest iteration of the line.
It features a TriMatrix composite shell, MIPS energy management, XStatic liner and Panovision Class 1 optics. It also includes a Bell Helmets ProTint Photochromic Shield. You can peruse these helmets and the rest of the line here.