Bell Revolver Helmet Review from SportbikeTrackGear.com





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Published on Mar 6, 2011


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Intermediate oval and the fit is as it should be. Take a measurement, compare to the size chart and it will fit well. At this point all of my riding is on the race track and I would not suggest riding in a modular on track.
I seriously do not understand why you could not just ride in it. A lot of reviews talk about the sizing being off but the only thing you said about sizing was that a medium weighs just under four pounds. Thanks for that, but how does it fit, where it it tight, better for people will long oval heads, round heads, someplace in between? Thanks for the effort though. I really could care less if you do not typical ride a modular, wear the dang thing, ride it 12miles or you know crap about it.
Sportbike Track Gear
@aaronalvarado27 They are very different helmets as the Revolver is a modular and the Alliance is a standard full face lid. We do have the Revolver on sale now, down to like $109 on certain colors.
Would you reccomend this helmet or the icon alliance?
Sportbike Track Gear
@VideoScenario As stated above I can pretty much guarantee I have ridden in more helmets than any other retailer posting reviews here on YouTube (well over 45 in the rotation at this point). Rather than BS everyone I made it clear that I had not ridden in this helmet. 
Sportbike Track Gear
@ChannelNiek I have ridden in more helmets than anyone else currently posting reviews here on YouTube. The majority of riding I do is on the racetrack and the reality is a modular is not appropriate for that type of riding. The purpose of this video is to cover features, benefits and offer sizing input. I would say I accomplished that purpose pretty well.
i prefer modular helmets, and i love my shark evoline 2 helmet, i think one of the best modular helmets out there. i always ride with it on any bike i ride, sport, tourer etc. sure, ok, on a sports you need ear plugs, but i always use earplugs anyway. on a tourer you dont need plugs. 
Hai Nguyen
Mod. helmets are nice for touring but for sports not so much. the inter. visor is great cos it comes down far enough but the switch for it sucks. lol. 
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