Bell Cruiser Eliminator Helmet, Solid Matt BlackRegular price £349.99 Save £-349.99
The Bell Eliminator Motorcycle helmet is a full face motorcycle helmet that takes it\s design from similar helmets designed for the world of car racing. Although perhaps not as retro styled as some full face helmets available the Eliminator offers the rider the advantages of a modern lightweight helmet with a no frills design that is intended to have urban street looks whilst still being comfortable to wear and use.
Bell have successfully combined a lightweight shell that has a more contemporary design, and yet still carries some of the heritage that is familiar to the classic Bullitt full face helmet. When combined with the optional racing car type peak (the visor has to be removed) and a pair of goggles the Eliminator stats to become reminiscent of Steve McQueen in Le Mans.
Apart from styling the two outstanding features of the Eliminator, not evident on the Bullitt are the 9 hole ventilation system and the anti-fog visor. The visor is dual panel with class 1 optics, provide a distortion free clear vision and when combined with the efficient helmet ventilation the rider can be assured that he/she does not need to worry about misting up.
Similarly to other Bell motorcycle helmets the Eliminator features antibacterial, removable, washable liner, contoured cheek pads for superior fit and comfort, pockets for intercom speakers and a double ‘D’ ring chinstrap, that ensures it will stay securely in position once fitted.
The Eliminator is a great looking motorcycle helmet with aggressive styling that will look equally at home with a retro café racer as it will a brawny streetfighter.
- Black matt and black interior
- Lightweight composite shell
- Clear PanoVision, dual skin anti-fog visor with Class 1 optics
- Removable, washable and anti-bacterial liner
- Contoured cheek pads
- Micro suede interior fabric with leather trim
- Padded chinstrap with double ‘D’ ring fastener
- 9 Vent system
- Intercom pockets
- 5 Year warranty
At Foxxmoto we would advise that in an ideal world, you come in to our shop and try your chosen helmet on for size. However we understand that is not always practical. Please take a look at our Size guide for detailed helmet sizing charts, or call for us advise if you are unsure about which size to order.