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    Bell Super Helmet

    Looks like there are some cool features available on this helmet. It's not available until mid-2013.

    Bell Super Mountain Bike Helmet - Bell Helmets

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    Quote Originally Posted by in the trees View Post
    Looks like there are some cool features available on this helmet. It's not available until mid-2013.

    Bell Super Mountain Bike Helmet - Bell Helmets
    ...that's looks to be a good helmet, i like the full coverage in the back and i think that would be my next one if i ever get back into XC , thanks for sharing...ralph
    i need to ride more. building jumps takes to much time...my other hobby is kicking the crap outta my home built mook jong.

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    I saw pics of this helmet from Eurobike and it piqued my interest. I was going to pick up a Urge helmet but decided to wait til this one came out as the features, venting look better than the Urge. Also, Bell helmets fit my head nicely and Urge sizing is an unknown (at least to me). I like the larger amount of coverage for the rear of your head but still has excellent venting for hot days.
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    Look like CambriaBike has them now? Says it will ship in 10-14 days

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    Quote Originally Posted by dworley505 View Post
    Look like CambriaBike has them now? Says it will ship in 10-14 days

    Bell Super Mountain Helmet 2013 100099557 at CambriaBike.com
    I doubt it. The Bell web site says available May 2013.
    "Ships in 10-14 days" means Cambria does not have them in stock.

    I am hoping the Super fits me as well as other Bell models
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    good call Shiggy. I'm not familiar with Cambria. I'm in the same boat as you, I love the way Bell helmets fit me. I also like this style of helmet. I'm looking into the POC Trabec as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dworley505 View Post
    good call Shiggy. I'm not familiar with Cambria. I'm in the same boat as you, I love the way Bell helmets fit me. I also like this style of helmet. I'm looking into the POC Trabec as well.
    I have the POC. Fits perfectly.
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    Bell Super Helmet - YouTube

    This could be a Bell Feature alternative (if it fits).

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    Quote Originally Posted by ronyc View Post
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    This could be a Bell Feature alternative (if it fits).
    You mean a Giro Feature alternative.

    They are the same use target . Traditionally Bell and Giro helmets have different fits. The Feature does not fit my head well at all.
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    Already ordered a Giro Hex on 40% off. Maybe I'll get a Super in a couple of seasons. I'd love to get a POC but they cost twice as much, for some reason

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    My fault, Giro Feature.

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    Sexy! Protective design. I'll order today if a available, but the market won't wait.

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    Awesome..just what i wanted?

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    anyone own a bell super currently? would like to hear some feedbacks on the helmet.
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    So far so good

    Quote Originally Posted by fondoo View Post
    anyone own a bell super currently? would like to hear some feedbacks on the helmet.
    I got a first ride with my Super yesterday, a two hour rooty/rocky aggressive XC ride on Vancouver North Shore. I've been riding Fox Flux helmets for the last 5 years, so that's my basis for comparison.

    At first glance the helmet looks great, the I love the green color, the coverage on the back side and over ears is superior to the flux, and construction is high quality.

    I wore the helmet around the house for a couple hours prior to riding so I could get it adjusted, and during that time I thought the chin strap was rather uncomfortable but that feeling never occurred during the ride. Temp was a perfect 70F so I can't vouch for hot days (yet), but I definitely felt the brow vents and the cool flow of air across the forehead that they provided. No issue with lack of ventilation in this mild temp.

    The Super is really comfortable, with quality padding that is noticeably denser and IMO better than the Flux. With the wheel adjustment on the back, the helmet fit snug and didn't move around on my head during choppy descents, although I'm thinking I would like the ratchet in the wheel adjuster to have more fine indexing.

    I haven't tested the GoPro mount yet, but did snug it up with the simple velcro strap and it seems to sit pretty tight, definitely better than the GP helmet strap could ever cinch up.

    I'll provide another update once I get some miles on the lid and some So Cal hot days, but so far I'm a fan of the Super.

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    I recently switched from the fox flux to the bell super. So far I'm loving the super compared to the fox. I think the ventilation is a tad bit better, the pads are more comfortable, I like the tilt adjustment to get the helmet sitting on your noggin properly. The tilt up visor is the icing on the cake for me. I ride with goggles often especially when racing enduro, and the ability to just pull the goggles up is a welcome feature. The only gripe I have with this helmet is that the area around the ears will just slightly touch the top of my ears. This hasn't been a discomfort and I really don't notice it. I think this issue is because the helmet sits low on the head and has such good coverage. I have big ears so this likely wont be an issue for most people.

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    Just finished my second ride with the new super. Well thought out helmet that fits well and is very well ventilated for the amount of coverage (95+ and high humidity in FL yesterday). One thing to consider, at least with the large, is sizing. This thing is big for the labeled circumferene. My last helmet was a Fox Flux in large and it fit great using just past the mid point of its adjustment. With the super, I have it as tight as it will go and it just does fit. I wish I'd gone with a medium.

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    In regards to sizing, I found it may run a bit larger than Fox Flux as well. I've had many Flux in Medium size and always used the adjustment right about mid point. I got the Super in medium and run it almost all the way to the tightest point. Not a problem for me, it fits great like this.

    I've also had the chance to use the built in GoPro mount on some good technical North Shore riding. I found the mount to work quite well and stays much more stable than the GP XC helmet mount with straps, not much more shaking than when mounted on a full face helmet with the sticky mount. I also found that the helmet stayed put in it's adjusted position very well, no breaching forward at all which made me pretty much forget the GP was even up there.

    Overall, very happy with this new lid and I wouldn't hesitate to buy it again.

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    Ordered mine from Bell a couple days ago, got the "shipped" email this morning and FedEx should deliver on Thursday. I'll post up my thoughts at that time. Cheers!

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    x-posted from the DH forum but my thoughts on the Super...

    I have about a month (and a half) on mine. (ordered direct from Bell the day they released...). For reference the other xc/AM helments I have or have used are Giro Xen (owned 3 or 4 and was one of my go to helmets for years... never felt the need to get a zar), Urge enduro-matic (been my other go to helmet for the past two years), Kali Avita Carbon (rode for a few months, hated it, it wiggled and never felt comfortable...been sitting on a shelf for a year and half...think I finally just threw in trash), Poc trabec - never rode, just didn't fit me right...nice helmet though.

    I have been pleased with the Bell Super. It ventilates and breathes very well (on par with the Giro Xen and better than the Urge) , does not move when riding, holds sweat back at an acceptable level (could be better but does the job), and I generally forget I am wearing it once I start riding. The only slight complaint I have is the forehead padding is fairly narrow and firm. When I put it on I always feel the front spars on the inside of the helmet for a minute or two. It does not have that plush on the front of your forehead feel as compared to the Urge (their gansta pad is excellent and the best I have ever used) nor is it as soft as the Xen. Its not a deal breaker but something to consider. I would assume the smaller padding helps with the breathability.

    I still like the feel of the urge better but find it too hot for summer rides in Texas with 90-105 degrees. I really needed to retire both my Xen and Urge due to age, use, and funk. The Super is going to be my replacement for the Xen. I'll probably pick up a new urge once things cool off in the fall.

    Lastly... I like the looks. Less goofy than the Urge and does not have the I am wearing a watermelon on my head look. Strikes a good balance between dirt jump lid and xc helmet.

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    i really wanted this helmet but after a few long discussions with my LBS, he still recommended the POC trabec races'. I was told after one major crash with the bell super, its trash. the POC hold it better after multiple crashes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fondoo View Post
    i really wanted this helmet but after a few long discussions with my LBS, he still recommended the POC trabec races'. I was told after one major crash with the bell super, its trash. the POC hold it better after multiple crashes.
    It's my impression that any helmet should be replaced after "one major crash." I would also have to say that if you are crashing where your head is having enough contact to "trash" a helmet, "multiple" times...you should find another hobby. Just sayin'

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    Quote Originally Posted by HitmenOnlyInc View Post
    It's my impression that any helmet should be replaced after "one major crash." I would also have to say that if you are crashing where your head is having enough contact to "trash" a helmet, "multiple" times...you should find another hobby. Just sayin'
    or @ the very least don't ride or take advice from guys in a shop that are experienced in "multiple" stacks on their heads..

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    Quote Originally Posted by HitmenOnlyInc View Post
    It's my impression that any helmet should be replaced after "one major crash." I would also have to say that if you are crashing where your head is having enough contact to "trash" a helmet, "multiple" times...you should find another hobby. Just sayin'
    This! ^

    Once the protective foam is compressed, the ability to protect your noggin in future crashes is greatly reduced, if not rendered completely ineffective (depending on level of compression).

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    I want one bad, but I can't find them anywhere. I wouldn't buy a helmet I haven't tried on, so no online ordering for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thegweed View Post
    I want one bad, but I can't find them anywhere. I wouldn't buy a helmet I haven't tried on, so no online ordering for me.
    If you already own a Bell helmet, use that size. That's what I did. Although I did try one on before ordering.
    Larger REI stores have them in stock and you can order one from them and return if necessary. Also, you can order directly from Bell.

    http://www.bellhelmets.com/cycling/helmets/dirt/super

    They accept exchanges as well.

    Good luck!

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    My experience is that different helmets within a given brand fit differently on my noggin. Just because they are the same size from the same manufacturer does not mean they will fit the same. Some Bell helmets fit me extraordinarily well, others do not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by desertred View Post
    My experience is that different helmets within a given brand fit differently on my noggin. Just because they are the same size from the same manufacturer does not mean they will fit the same. Some Bell helmets fit me extraordinarily well, others do not.
    I agree. My suggestion was a starting point. I did not mean to suggest that every Bell helmet will fit the same.

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    I've got a couple rides in with the Super. I really like it. Perfect fit. With the ratchet comfortably set, a normal set, I can bend over and point my head at the ground without it falling off. My last helmet was a Giro Xen, which fit well but not like this. Prior to that I had a Bell road helmet which I liked a lot. So if you're head feels good in a Giro or another Bell, you're probably in the right ball park.

    The helmet vents well enough....not as well as the Xen, but it obviously provides much better coverage which I suppose is the obvious tradeoff with this kind of helmet.

    I find the visor to be much more effective in doing what a visor is supposed to than other MTB helmet visors.

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    Bell Super Helmet

    I have one after coming from an older Bell sequence. I love the Super. Vents well and is very comfortable. Visor works well too. I'm happy.

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    Had my first ride today with my Super. Vented very well and fits great. Might get another one in white for riding in Arizona. My matte black one got hot to the touch in the Az heat, although my head stayed cool.

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    Rode 4 times with my Super last week. I can't compare it to "standard" bike helmets as I have used Pro Tec Classic exclusively for about as long as I can remember. With my new bike figured I needed a new helmet that vented nicely. I really like. Very adjustable fit and comfy. Light so I don't even notice it on my bean. Also, compared to skate and snowboard helmets the venting is top notch.

    Again, nothing to compare it to, but I am happy with the purchase. And also fits "true" to size. I have worn a medium in Pro Tec, Boeri, Smith and this Bell is no different.

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    Saw this helmet at bikebling in Escondido this weekend. I have been running a skate style helmet the last 6 months after some brutal spills in the history but I tend to over heat without all the air flow of a traditional mtb helmet. Aside form the $125 price tag it is a pretty nice helmet with nice coverage. Anyone have the Giro Feature? Similar design, with a $75 tag:
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    I ride pretty hard, so I want a helmet that's going to cover me up a little better than your standard XC.

    I started with a Giro Feature. They have them at a store local, so I tried one on. I desperately wanted it to fit. It's a nice helmet for the price, but the fit wasn't there.

    Since I have a Bell XC helmet that fits pretty well, I figured the Super should fit me pretty well. I had one special ordered. At first glance, it's a really nice helmet. I got the blue with green highlights, and the colors look SUPER nice.

    When I put the helmet on, I was a bit displeased. It didn't seem to fit my head all that well. The Super definitely has a bit of a different shape than my XC Bell helmet. It looks to be a bit rounder.

    In an effort to make the helmet fit a bit better, I tried to pull the speed dial (or whatever they call it) out of the red snaps. When I did this, the plastic tab broke off of one of the snaps that keeps the thing secured. I did nothing outside of what the instructions describe. For whatever reason, the one side was just much tighter than the other. The plastic broke in a manner such that you can still get the snap in there, but it's a giant PITA with no gyro meat.

    Since that broke, I called up Bell to see what they would do. The replacement part won't be available until January. They told me to take it up with the retailer. Since the thing doesn't really fit me that well anyways, it's going back. I'm shocked at how easily it broke though.

    My search for an 'Enduro' brain bucket continues. Or maybe it ends here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HitmenOnlyInc View Post
    It's my impression that any helmet should be replaced after "one major crash." I would also have to say that if you are crashing where your head is having enough contact to "trash" a helmet, "multiple" times...you should find another hobby. Just sayin'
    Depends on your definition of "major", but POC does claim the helmet can take multiple hits.

    It also has MIPS which is worth the price alone. All of these other helmets are the same crap they've been making for the past 30-40 years in different shapes.

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    I'm a couple months into my Bell Super and I'm loving it! It gets used almost every day as I alternate between single track on my squishy bike one day, and 20+ mile rural road rides on my hardtail on the next. Ventilation has been great as is fit and comfort for my head shape which is round oval.

    The nearly identical fit for me came from a TLD A1 which, IMO, does not offer any more comfort but a significantly higher price point. The TLD also comes in a Med/Lg combo where the Bell Super is a Sm, Md, Lg. The Super felt like a more custom fit.

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    I've been riding my Enduro since right after they were released. I have had no issue's with it and ride with it 2-3 times a week. I did order a large cause thats what Bell's sizing chart says fit's me but exchanged it for a Medium for a better fit.
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    Re: Bell Super Helmet

    I am interested in an enduro lid like the Super. Leaning towards the Super currently. I measured my head and it is 55cm. Right on the edge between small and medium. Which size should I go with? Seems to me that it would be better to be at the max end of a size as long as it does in fact fit completely on your head then being at the extreme minimum of a size and having to ratchet the retention all the way down. Seems like you are leaving a lot of extra room in the lid but making it stay on with the retention system. Extra room in a helmet isn't really good. So, does the Super seem to run on the larger or smaller side? Thanks for any help that can be provided?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rehammer81 View Post
    I am interested in an enduro lid like the Super. Leaning towards the Super currently. I measured my head and it is 55cm. Right on the edge between small and medium. Which size should I go with? Seems to me that it would be better to be at the max end of a size as long as it does in fact fit completely on your head then being at the extreme minimum of a size and having to ratchet the retention all the way down. Seems like you are leaving a lot of extra room in the lid but making it stay on with the retention system. Extra room in a helmet isn't really good. So, does the Super seem to run on the larger or smaller side? Thanks for any help that can be provided?
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    Re: Bell Super Helmet

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    If it was I wouldn't have bothered asking the question. I have not been able to find one. I figure there are other people on the edge of sizes and wondering what direction they went and how they felt about it. Thanks for your help though.

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    If it was I wouldn't have bothered asking the question. I have not been able to find one. I figure there are other people on the edge of sizes and wondering what direction they went and how they felt about it. Thanks for your help though.
    Then be prepared to send it back if/when it does not fit. It may not fit at all, no matter the size. Using the head clamp to make the helmet stable on your head does not count as "fitting", either.

    There are mediums in one model that fit me perfectly and different models of the "same" circumference that will not go on at all. Heck, I have tried on x-larges with much bigger circumferences that still pinch front to back.
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    Re: Bell Super Helmet

    I understand that aspect. All I can do is try it as far as that goes. Would be nice to get the right size though assuming it is shaped correctly. I have seen a couple comments elsewhere that they were on the edge of sizes and preferred the smaller size so I will probably go that direction. Just thought this thread might get more hits to lean me one way or the other. Its all good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rehammer81 View Post
    I am interested in an enduro lid like the Super. Leaning towards the Super currently. I measured my head and it is 55cm. Right on the edge between small and medium. Which size should I go with? Seems to me that it would be better to be at the max end of a size as long as it does in fact fit completely on your head then being at the extreme minimum of a size and having to ratchet the retention all the way down. Seems like you are leaving a lot of extra room in the lid but making it stay on with the retention system. Extra room in a helmet isn't really good. So, does the Super seem to run on the larger or smaller side? Thanks for any help that can be provided?

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    By their sizing chart I took a large but just barely. The lid felt big and took alot of retention to get tight. I returned it and got a medium and it fits well and the shell's feels like it fits better with less retention needed to get it snug.
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    Re: Bell Super Helmet

    Thanks 94. That is along the lines I read elsewhere. I'm going to go with the small and see how it fits.

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    The POC Trabec has been on Chainlove for $75-go to Cleansnipe to check

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    Actually, it's been coming up for $64 on Chainlove but only in size S/XS.

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    Anyone else find there are problems using the Super with glasses? I was seriously considering one and found I couldn't wear my cycling glasses with it. I also had this problem with the Troy Lee A1 which led me to consider the Bell as an alternative. Both helmets were too constricting around the temples. Am i the only one who has experienced this?

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    No issues for me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ti-triodes View Post
    Anyone else find there are problems using the Super with glasses? I was seriously considering one and found I couldn't wear my cycling glasses with it. I also had this problem with the Troy Lee A1 which led me to consider the Bell as an alternative. Both helmets were too constricting around the temples. Am i the only one who has experienced this?
    Heard that mentioned by my friend just yesterday. I wear protective eyewear with a pretty standard width of temple and have absolutely no problem at all. My friends info was that those that are wearing some type of Oakley sunglasses with some funky temple are the problem. Perhaps karma strikes those that spend ridiculous amounts of money for fashionista styling that cost .89 cents to produce.

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