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Baby Blue Hero Beach Cruiser Female 20 in. -5%

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Retro and custom, the Hero Lowrider is a true classic. Ages 8 and up.

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Purple Hero Beach Cruiser Female 20 in. -5%

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Retro and custom, the Hero Lowrider is a true classic. Ages 8 and up.

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Super Hero Kit for Mountain Biking One Color, One Size

Typically, assembling a streamlined tool kit for mountain biking requires the forethought and knowledge that comes from years of experience. Sure, you're able to stuff all of the gear that you need in a hydration pack, but that just leads to overloaded riding as things accumulate. Riding's best enjoyed with the least weight and clutter possible, and that's where Hero Kit steps in with the Super Hero Kit for Mountain Biking. Now, there's no guesswork left to your pre-ride repair preparations, leaving you with more time to focus on the fun stuff. Like the Hero Kit, this one includes both personal and mechanical equipment, but it also adds a quality pump, tube, and top tube-mounted bag to the picture. Not only does the kit provide tools, it also includes step-by-step instructions, too. This means that when your electronic gadgets are out of range or have chewed through a battery, you're still able to reference a 24-page waterproof manual of easy-to-follow instructions. Essentially, that's the extent of this kits thoughtfulness. However, it's much more than just a book and multi-tool in a plastic bag. First off, the included LokSak is a waterproof, highly-durable bag -- not something that you pack a lunch in. The Hero Kit also includes a multi-use wipe in order to spare your favorite sock from a dishonorable trailside demise. Some more commonly overlooked essentials are duct tape, cable ties, and an emergency contact card. Well, that covers personal and some mechanical aids, although, there's more to the latter. You'll also find that the Hero Kit smartly includes a gear cable, 9- and 10-speed KMC replacement links, a frame bolt, and a cleat bolt. If you've ever experienced the frustration of a loose cleat halfway through a ride, you're able to rightfully appreciate the last detail. As for tire repairs, the kit includes a Planet Bike tire levers and a patch kit, along with a Tyvek boot in order to repair torn sidewalls. Finally, the Hero Kit Hero Kit for Mountain ...

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for Road Biking One Color, One Size

Next time you get a mechanical, will you be able to fix it, or will you be stranded on the side of the road, waiting for help? Well, if you have the Hero Kit for Road Biking, you'll be able to pull yourself up by the bootstraps and tackle almost anything that has you sidelined. Whether you're fixing your own bike or your friend's, you'll be the one who just saved the day. And that'll make your post-ride beer taste that much better. The Hero Kit includes both tools and instructions to help you handle the vast majority of roadside repairs. What does that mean? Well, for starters, you get a 12-function multi-tool that encompasses all of the Allen wrenches that you're likely to need, as well as a chain tool. To help you make the best use of the chain tool, there are both 9- and 10-speed master-links. Moving on, the included tire levers make puncture repairs a whole lot easier. There's also a patch kit for your tube, and a high-pressure tire boot in the event that you damage your tire. Unlike the Super Hero kit, you don't get a pump, but odds are that you already have one. You'll even find some spare bolts, including a spare bolt for your cleats. There's a strip of duct tape, which will have you whipping up your own Bike'Gyver inspired fixes in no time. And since mechanicals seem to happen at the least opportune moments, there's even a poncho. If you need it, you'll be glad you have it. All of those tools aren't much use if you don't know what to do with them. Accordingly, you'll find a manual that covers the majority of repairs that you're likely to face -- everything from fixing a flat to readjusting a derailleur. Granted, the whole process is easier if you know what you're getting into, so we'd recommend at least flipping through the manual before your first repair. Trust us, it makes the whole process much easier. The Hero Kit for Road Biking is available in one size and it comes in a reusable clear pouch.

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Super Hero Extreme Kit for Mountain Biking One Color, One Size

'Super Hero Extreme' might be very well be an overbearing string of superlatives better left to action packed Saturday-morning animations of the 90s. But, given the amount of lightweight tools and essential gear in this repair Kit for Mountain Biking, you'll understand why Hero Kit went to this degree. What makes this kit different from the Super Hero is that it's lighter and more compact. That qualifies for extreme, right? This is achieved by replacing a standard tube with a Specialized Turbo, upgrading the pump to an ultralight model, and including a smaller Planet Bike top tube bag. The rest of the kit shares all the thoughtful features as the others. Not only does the kit provide tools, it also includes step-by-step instructions, too. This means that when your electronic gadgets are out of range or have chewed through a battery, you're still able to reference a 24-page waterproof manual of easy-to-follow instructions. Essentially, that's the extent of this kits thoughtfulness. However, it's much more than just a book and multi-tool in a plastic bag. First off, the included LokSak is a waterproof, highly-durable bag -- not something that you pack a lunch in. The Hero Kit also includes a multi-use wipe in order to spare your favorite sock from a dishonorable trailside demise. Some more commonly overlooked essentials are duct tape, cable ties, and an emergency contact card. Well, that covers personal and some mechanical aids, although, there's more to the latter. You'll also find that the Hero Kit smartly includes a gear cable, 9- and 10-speed KMC replacement links, a frame bolt, and a cleat bolt. If you've ever experienced the frustration of a loose cleat halfway through a ride, you're able to rightfully appreciate the last detail. As for tire repairs, the kit includes a Planet Bike tire levers and a patch kit, along with a Tyvek boot in order to repair torn sidewalls. Finally, the Hero Kit Hero Kit for Mountain Biking's multi-tool has 12 functions includi...

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Super Bicycle Helmet

Channel your inner action hero in the Super Helmet from Bell. Built with a Fusion in-mold microshell for incredible impact protection, this clever cap also boasts an integrated GoPro camera mount so you can keep track of all those sweet moves. An adjustable visor system and SpeedDial fit system provide customization, while lightweight buckle, webbing and cam-lock levers help speed things up a bit. Style No. 20412

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GoPro Ride Hero Seat Post Handlebar Mount

Clamp - Attachment Size: 1.40"

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Volt XC Helmet Matte Blue/Green Hero, S

On days when the lift is carrying you to the top and the bike is carrying you down, a full-face helmet's extra weight and stifling body is a small price to pay for the extra protection. But when you're the engine on the uphills, too, then you'll want something a bit lighter, a bit more ventilated, a bit more like Bell's Volt XC Helmet. The Volt XC is built on the same platform as Bell's most versatile road cycling helmet, so it's the lightest, most-cooling helmet in Bell's off-road line. The only difference between the XC and the road-specific RL is the former's inclusion of a Variable Position Visor (VPV). The VPV's bill lives up to its billing with up to 15 degrees of adjustability so you can match the angle to your geometry and positioning. With a paltry weight penalty of around 30 grams, the added protection is well worth it. The helmet's low weight and trail-worthy durability stem from Bell's In-Mold construction method. In-Mold consists of melding the polycarbonate, outer shell with the EPS foam of the helmet's body in order to increase impact absorption and structural integrity. The technology appears in various iterations across the industry because it works, pure and simple, and when it comes to safety, such broad consensus is reassuring. The lightweight Kit webbing used for the Volt's straps resists absorbing sweat, so it stays cleaner and doesn't gain weight during the course of a long, hot day in the mountains. The StreamJet ventilation system also helps manage sweat with 22 vents that feed refreshing air into a series of internal channels and out through rear exhaust ports. The Volt RL also enjoys the inimitable fit of Bell's Twin Axis Gear (TAG) fit system. TAG uses a standard rear dial to adjust the circumference of the helmet's fit, and it also moves up and down in order to accommodate your occipital lobe. The frame's arms are rubberized for comfort and positioned a little higher than usual, which makes for an easier time getting your glasses ...

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Volt XC Helmet Matte Black Hero, S

On days when the lift is carrying you to the top and the bike is carrying you down, a full-face helmet's extra weight and stifling body is a small price to pay for the extra protection. But when you're the engine on the uphills, too, then you'll want something a bit lighter, a bit more ventilated, a bit more like Bell's Volt XC Helmet. The Volt XC is built on the same platform as Bell's most versatile road cycling helmet, so it's the lightest, most-cooling helmet in Bell's off-road line. The only difference between the XC and the road-specific RL is the former's inclusion of a Variable Position Visor (VPV). The VPV's bill lives up to its billing with up to 15 degrees of adjustability so you can match the angle to your geometry and positioning. With a paltry weight penalty of around 30 grams, the added protection is well worth it. The helmet's low weight and trail-worthy durability stem from Bell's In-Mold construction method. In-Mold consists of melding the polycarbonate, outer shell with the EPS foam of the helmet's body in order to increase impact absorption and structural integrity. The technology appears in various iterations across the industry because it works, pure and simple, and when it comes to safety, such broad consensus is reassuring. The lightweight Kit webbing used for the Volt's straps resists absorbing sweat, so it stays cleaner and doesn't gain weight during the course of a long, hot day in the mountains. The StreamJet ventilation system also helps manage sweat with 22 vents that feed refreshing air into a series of internal channels and out through rear exhaust ports. The Volt RL also enjoys the inimitable fit of Bell's Twin Axis Gear (TAG) fit system. TAG uses a standard rear dial to adjust the circumference of the helmet's fit, and it also moves up and down in order to accommodate your occipital lobe. The frame's arms are rubberized for comfort and positioned a little higher than usual, which makes for an easier time getting your glasses ...

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Volt XC Helmet White/Black/Red Hero, S

On days when the lift is carrying you to the top and the bike is carrying you down, a full-face helmet's extra weight and stifling body is a small price to pay for the extra protection. But when you're the engine on the uphills, too, then you'll want something a bit lighter, a bit more ventilated, a bit more like Bell's Volt XC Helmet. The Volt XC is built on the same platform as Bell's most versatile road cycling helmet, so it's the lightest, most-cooling helmet in Bell's off-road line. The only difference between the XC and the road-specific RL is the former's inclusion of a Variable Position Visor (VPV). The VPV's bill lives up to its billing with up to 15 degrees of adjustability so you can match the angle to your geometry and positioning. With a paltry weight penalty of around 30 grams, the added protection is well worth it. The helmet's low weight and trail-worthy durability stem from Bell's In-Mold construction method. In-Mold consists of melding the polycarbonate, outer shell with the EPS foam of the helmet's body in order to increase impact absorption and structural integrity. The technology appears in various iterations across the industry because it works, pure and simple, and when it comes to safety, such broad consensus is reassuring. The lightweight Kit webbing used for the Volt's straps resists absorbing sweat, so it stays cleaner and doesn't gain weight during the course of a long, hot day in the mountains. The StreamJet ventilation system also helps manage sweat with 22 vents that feed refreshing air into a series of internal channels and out through rear exhaust ports. The Volt RL also enjoys the inimitable fit of Bell's Twin Axis Gear (TAG) fit system. TAG uses a standard rear dial to adjust the circumference of the helmet's fit, and it also moves up and down in order to accommodate your occipital lobe. The frame's arms are rubberized for comfort and positioned a little higher than usual, which makes for an easier time getting your glasses ...

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Volt XC Helmet White/Black/Red Hero, M

On days when the lift is carrying you to the top and the bike is carrying you down, a full-face helmet's extra weight and stifling body is a small price to pay for the extra protection. But when you're the engine on the uphills, too, then you'll want something a bit lighter, a bit more ventilated, a bit more like Bell's Volt XC Helmet. The Volt XC is built on the same platform as Bell's most versatile road cycling helmet, so it's the lightest, most-cooling helmet in Bell's off-road line. The only difference between the XC and the road-specific RL is the former's inclusion of a Variable Position Visor (VPV). The VPV's bill lives up to its billing with up to 15 degrees of adjustability so you can match the angle to your geometry and positioning. With a paltry weight penalty of around 30 grams, the added protection is well worth it. The helmet's low weight and trail-worthy durability stem from Bell's In-Mold construction method. In-Mold consists of melding the polycarbonate, outer shell with the EPS foam of the helmet's body in order to increase impact absorption and structural integrity. The technology appears in various iterations across the industry because it works, pure and simple, and when it comes to safety, such broad consensus is reassuring. The lightweight Kit webbing used for the Volt's straps resists absorbing sweat, so it stays cleaner and doesn't gain weight during the course of a long, hot day in the mountains. The StreamJet ventilation system also helps manage sweat with 22 vents that feed refreshing air into a series of internal channels and out through rear exhaust ports. The Volt RL also enjoys the inimitable fit of Bell's Twin Axis Gear (TAG) fit system. TAG uses a standard rear dial to adjust the circumference of the helmet's fit, and it also moves up and down in order to accommodate your occipital lobe. The frame's arms are rubberized for comfort and positioned a little higher than usual, which makes for an easier time getting your glasses ...

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Volt XC Helmet White/Black/Red Hero, L

On days when the lift is carrying you to the top and the bike is carrying you down, a full-face helmet's extra weight and stifling body is a small price to pay for the extra protection. But when you're the engine on the uphills, too, then you'll want something a bit lighter, a bit more ventilated, a bit more like Bell's Volt XC Helmet. The Volt XC is built on the same platform as Bell's most versatile road cycling helmet, so it's the lightest, most-cooling helmet in Bell's off-road line. The only difference between the XC and the road-specific RL is the former's inclusion of a Variable Position Visor (VPV). The VPV's bill lives up to its billing with up to 15 degrees of adjustability so you can match the angle to your geometry and positioning. With a paltry weight penalty of around 30 grams, the added protection is well worth it. The helmet's low weight and trail-worthy durability stem from Bell's In-Mold construction method. In-Mold consists of melding the polycarbonate, outer shell with the EPS foam of the helmet's body in order to increase impact absorption and structural integrity. The technology appears in various iterations across the industry because it works, pure and simple, and when it comes to safety, such broad consensus is reassuring. The lightweight Kit webbing used for the Volt's straps resists absorbing sweat, so it stays cleaner and doesn't gain weight during the course of a long, hot day in the mountains. The StreamJet ventilation system also helps manage sweat with 22 vents that feed refreshing air into a series of internal channels and out through rear exhaust ports. The Volt RL also enjoys the inimitable fit of Bell's Twin Axis Gear (TAG) fit system. TAG uses a standard rear dial to adjust the circumference of the helmet's fit, and it also moves up and down in order to accommodate your occipital lobe. The frame's arms are rubberized for comfort and positioned a little higher than usual, which makes for an easier time getting your glasses ...

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Volt XC Helmet Matte Black Hero, M

On days when the lift is carrying you to the top and the bike is carrying you down, a full-face helmet's extra weight and stifling body is a small price to pay for the extra protection. But when you're the engine on the uphills, too, then you'll want something a bit lighter, a bit more ventilated, a bit more like Bell's Volt XC Helmet. The Volt XC is built on the same platform as Bell's most versatile road cycling helmet, so it's the lightest, most-cooling helmet in Bell's off-road line. The only difference between the XC and the road-specific RL is the former's inclusion of a Variable Position Visor (VPV). The VPV's bill lives up to its billing with up to 15 degrees of adjustability so you can match the angle to your geometry and positioning. With a paltry weight penalty of around 30 grams, the added protection is well worth it. The helmet's low weight and trail-worthy durability stem from Bell's In-Mold construction method. In-Mold consists of melding the polycarbonate, outer shell with the EPS foam of the helmet's body in order to increase impact absorption and structural integrity. The technology appears in various iterations across the industry because it works, pure and simple, and when it comes to safety, such broad consensus is reassuring. The lightweight Kit webbing used for the Volt's straps resists absorbing sweat, so it stays cleaner and doesn't gain weight during the course of a long, hot day in the mountains. The StreamJet ventilation system also helps manage sweat with 22 vents that feed refreshing air into a series of internal channels and out through rear exhaust ports. The Volt RL also enjoys the inimitable fit of Bell's Twin Axis Gear (TAG) fit system. TAG uses a standard rear dial to adjust the circumference of the helmet's fit, and it also moves up and down in order to accommodate your occipital lobe. The frame's arms are rubberized for comfort and positioned a little higher than usual, which makes for an easier time getting your glasses ...

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Volt XC Helmet Matte Black Hero, L

On days when the lift is carrying you to the top and the bike is carrying you down, a full-face helmet's extra weight and stifling body is a small price to pay for the extra protection. But when you're the engine on the uphills, too, then you'll want something a bit lighter, a bit more ventilated, a bit more like Bell's Volt XC Helmet. The Volt XC is built on the same platform as Bell's most versatile road cycling helmet, so it's the lightest, most-cooling helmet in Bell's off-road line. The only difference between the XC and the road-specific RL is the former's inclusion of a Variable Position Visor (VPV). The VPV's bill lives up to its billing with up to 15 degrees of adjustability so you can match the angle to your geometry and positioning. With a paltry weight penalty of around 30 grams, the added protection is well worth it. The helmet's low weight and trail-worthy durability stem from Bell's In-Mold construction method. In-Mold consists of melding the polycarbonate, outer shell with the EPS foam of the helmet's body in order to increase impact absorption and structural integrity. The technology appears in various iterations across the industry because it works, pure and simple, and when it comes to safety, such broad consensus is reassuring. The lightweight Kit webbing used for the Volt's straps resists absorbing sweat, so it stays cleaner and doesn't gain weight during the course of a long, hot day in the mountains. The StreamJet ventilation system also helps manage sweat with 22 vents that feed refreshing air into a series of internal channels and out through rear exhaust ports. The Volt RL also enjoys the inimitable fit of Bell's Twin Axis Gear (TAG) fit system. TAG uses a standard rear dial to adjust the circumference of the helmet's fit, and it also moves up and down in order to accommodate your occipital lobe. The frame's arms are rubberized for comfort and positioned a little higher than usual, which makes for an easier time getting your glasses ...

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Volt XC Helmet Matte Blue/Green Hero, M

On days when the lift is carrying you to the top and the bike is carrying you down, a full-face helmet's extra weight and stifling body is a small price to pay for the extra protection. But when you're the engine on the uphills, too, then you'll want something a bit lighter, a bit more ventilated, a bit more like Bell's Volt XC Helmet. The Volt XC is built on the same platform as Bell's most versatile road cycling helmet, so it's the lightest, most-cooling helmet in Bell's off-road line. The only difference between the XC and the road-specific RL is the former's inclusion of a Variable Position Visor (VPV). The VPV's bill lives up to its billing with up to 15 degrees of adjustability so you can match the angle to your geometry and positioning. With a paltry weight penalty of around 30 grams, the added protection is well worth it. The helmet's low weight and trail-worthy durability stem from Bell's In-Mold construction method. In-Mold consists of melding the polycarbonate, outer shell with the EPS foam of the helmet's body in order to increase impact absorption and structural integrity. The technology appears in various iterations across the industry because it works, pure and simple, and when it comes to safety, such broad consensus is reassuring. The lightweight Kit webbing used for the Volt's straps resists absorbing sweat, so it stays cleaner and doesn't gain weight during the course of a long, hot day in the mountains. The StreamJet ventilation system also helps manage sweat with 22 vents that feed refreshing air into a series of internal channels and out through rear exhaust ports. The Volt RL also enjoys the inimitable fit of Bell's Twin Axis Gear (TAG) fit system. TAG uses a standard rear dial to adjust the circumference of the helmet's fit, and it also moves up and down in order to accommodate your occipital lobe. The frame's arms are rubberized for comfort and positioned a little higher than usual, which makes for an easier time getting your glasses ...

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Volt XC Helmet Matte Black Hero, S

On days when the lift is carrying you to the top and the bike is carrying you down, a full-face helmet's extra weight and stifling body is a small price to pay for the extra protection. But when you're the engine on the uphills, too, then you'll want something a bit lighter, a bit more ventilated, a bit more like Bell's Volt XC Helmet. The Volt XC is built on the same platform as Bell's most versatile road cycling helmet, so it's the lightest, most-cooling helmet in Bell's off-road line. The only difference between the XC and the road-specific RL is the former's inclusion of a Variable Position Visor (VPV). The VPV's bill lives up to its billing with up to 15 degrees of adjustability so you can match the angle to your geometry and positioning. With a paltry weight penalty of around 30 grams, the added protection is well worth it. The helmet's low weight and trail-worthy durability stem from Bell's In-Mold construction method. In-Mold consists of melding the polycarbonate, outer shell with the EPS foam of the helmet's body in order to increase impact absorption and structural integrity. The technology appears in various iterations across the industry because it works, pure and simple, and when it comes to safety, such broad consensus is reassuring. The lightweight Kit webbing used for the Volt's straps resists absorbing sweat, so it stays cleaner and doesn't gain weight during the course of a long, hot day in the mountains. The StreamJet ventilation system also helps manage sweat with 22 vents that feed refreshing air into a series of internal channels and out through rear exhaust ports. The Volt RL also enjoys the inimitable fit of Bell's Twin Axis Gear (TAG) fit system. TAG uses a standard rear dial to adjust the circumference of the helmet's fit, and it also moves up and down in order to accommodate your occipital lobe. The frame's arms are rubberized for comfort and positioned a little higher than usual, which makes for an easier time getting your glasses ...

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Volt XC Helmet Matte Blue/Green Hero, S

On days when the lift is carrying you to the top and the bike is carrying you down, a full-face helmet's extra weight and stifling body is a small price to pay for the extra protection. But when you're the engine on the uphills, too, then you'll want something a bit lighter, a bit more ventilated, a bit more like Bell's Volt XC Helmet. The Volt XC is built on the same platform as Bell's most versatile road cycling helmet, so it's the lightest, most-cooling helmet in Bell's off-road line. The only difference between the XC and the road-specific RL is the former's inclusion of a Variable Position Visor (VPV). The VPV's bill lives up to its billing with up to 15 degrees of adjustability so you can match the angle to your geometry and positioning. With a paltry weight penalty of around 30 grams, the added protection is well worth it. The helmet's low weight and trail-worthy durability stem from Bell's In-Mold construction method. In-Mold consists of melding the polycarbonate, outer shell with the EPS foam of the helmet's body in order to increase impact absorption and structural integrity. The technology appears in various iterations across the industry because it works, pure and simple, and when it comes to safety, such broad consensus is reassuring. The lightweight Kit webbing used for the Volt's straps resists absorbing sweat, so it stays cleaner and doesn't gain weight during the course of a long, hot day in the mountains. The StreamJet ventilation system also helps manage sweat with 22 vents that feed refreshing air into a series of internal channels and out through rear exhaust ports. The Volt RL also enjoys the inimitable fit of Bell's Twin Axis Gear (TAG) fit system. TAG uses a standard rear dial to adjust the circumference of the helmet's fit, and it also moves up and down in order to accommodate your occipital lobe. The frame's arms are rubberized for comfort and positioned a little higher than usual, which makes for an easier time getting your glasses ...

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Volt XC Helmet White/Black/Red Hero, S

On days when the lift is carrying you to the top and the bike is carrying you down, a full-face helmet's extra weight and stifling body is a small price to pay for the extra protection. But when you're the engine on the uphills, too, then you'll want something a bit lighter, a bit more ventilated, a bit more like Bell's Volt XC Helmet. The Volt XC is built on the same platform as Bell's most versatile road cycling helmet, so it's the lightest, most-cooling helmet in Bell's off-road line. The only difference between the XC and the road-specific RL is the former's inclusion of a Variable Position Visor (VPV). The VPV's bill lives up to its billing with up to 15 degrees of adjustability so you can match the angle to your geometry and positioning. With a paltry weight penalty of around 30 grams, the added protection is well worth it. The helmet's low weight and trail-worthy durability stem from Bell's In-Mold construction method. In-Mold consists of melding the polycarbonate, outer shell with the EPS foam of the helmet's body in order to increase impact absorption and structural integrity. The technology appears in various iterations across the industry because it works, pure and simple, and when it comes to safety, such broad consensus is reassuring. The lightweight Kit webbing used for the Volt's straps resists absorbing sweat, so it stays cleaner and doesn't gain weight during the course of a long, hot day in the mountains. The StreamJet ventilation system also helps manage sweat with 22 vents that feed refreshing air into a series of internal channels and out through rear exhaust ports. The Volt RL also enjoys the inimitable fit of Bell's Twin Axis Gear (TAG) fit system. TAG uses a standard rear dial to adjust the circumference of the helmet's fit, and it also moves up and down in order to accommodate your occipital lobe. The frame's arms are rubberized for comfort and positioned a little higher than usual, which makes for an easier time getting your glasses ...

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Volt RL Helmet White/Black/Red Hero, L

With only 37 grams separating it from the more expensive, lightest helmet in Bell's line, the Volt RL Helmet is one of the best combinations of low weight, ventilation, and price in the industry today. On top of all that, the Volt RL's body is also strong enough to, with the inclusion of a visor, serve as a mountain bike helmet. Unless sponsor obligations compel you to wear a different helmet, the Volt RL is hard to top. The helmet's low weight and trail-worthy durability stem from Bell's In-Mold construction method. In-Mold consists of melding the polycarbonate, outer shell with the EPS foam of the helmet's body in order to increase impact absorption and structural integrity. The technology appears in various iterations across the industry because it works, pure and simple, and when it comes to safety, the reassurance of such a broad consensus is also hard to top. The lightweight Kit webbing used for the Volt's straps resists absorbing sweat, so it stays cleaner and doesn't gain weight during the course of a long, hot day in the mountains. The sweat wants to evaporate. Let it. The straps' job of shrugging-off sweat is made easier by the StreamJet ventilation system. StreamJet uses 22 vents to feed refreshing air into a series of internal channels that shuttle relief across your head and then expel the heat through rear exhaust ports. The Volt RL also enjoys the inimitable fit of Bell's Twin Axis Gear (TAG) fit system. TAG uses a standard rear dial to adjust the circumference of the helmet's fit, and it also moves up and down in order to accommodate your occipital lobe. That's the bump we all have on the backs of our heads whose size and shape varies widely and that most other helmet manufacturers just pretend isn't there. Bell finishes the frame's arms with a soft rubber casing. The arms are also positioned a little higher than usual, which makes for an easier time getting your glasses on without dismounting as you roll over the summit of a climb to start the...

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Volt RL Helmet Matte Black Hero, L

With only 37 grams separating it from the more expensive, lightest helmet in Bell's line, the Volt RL Helmet is one of the best combinations of low weight, ventilation, and price in the industry today. On top of all that, the Volt RL's body is also strong enough to, with the inclusion of a visor, serve as a mountain bike helmet. Unless sponsor obligations compel you to wear a different helmet, the Volt RL is hard to top. The helmet's low weight and trail-worthy durability stem from Bell's In-Mold construction method. In-Mold consists of melding the polycarbonate, outer shell with the EPS foam of the helmet's body in order to increase impact absorption and structural integrity. The technology appears in various iterations across the industry because it works, pure and simple, and when it comes to safety, the reassurance of such a broad consensus is also hard to top. The lightweight Kit webbing used for the Volt's straps resists absorbing sweat, so it stays cleaner and doesn't gain weight during the course of a long, hot day in the mountains. The sweat wants to evaporate. Let it. The straps' job of shrugging-off sweat is made easier by the StreamJet ventilation system. StreamJet uses 22 vents to feed refreshing air into a series of internal channels that shuttle relief across your head and then expel the heat through rear exhaust ports. The Volt RL also enjoys the inimitable fit of Bell's Twin Axis Gear (TAG) fit system. TAG uses a standard rear dial to adjust the circumference of the helmet's fit, and it also moves up and down in order to accommodate your occipital lobe. That's the bump we all have on the backs of our heads whose size and shape varies widely and that most other helmet manufacturers just pretend isn't there. Bell finishes the frame's arms with a soft rubber casing. The arms are also positioned a little higher than usual, which makes for an easier time getting your glasses on without dismounting as you roll over the summit of a climb to start the...

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