Bell Rogue Motorcycle Helmet – The Rogue helmet by Bell
- An integrated half motorcycle helmet that can double as a ¾ with a revolutionary muzzle, the Bell Solid Rogue motorcycle helmet offers the leeway of the former with an option of the protection of the latter.
- A multi-shell, EPS lined design extends its strength till slightly below the crown of the head where it merges with a shroud that protects the back of the head.
- An adjustable and removable muzzle with a detachable breath box comes in handy in a chilly breeze.
- Removable inner liner and cheek pads with pockets are notable features Sizes XS to 2XL in Bell Rogue are available in glossy and matte black, army green and gunmetal colors with reasonable features-to-price tradeoff.
- Who could have thought that a badass motorcycle half helmet could put Bane’s gimmick in Batman to shame? But then you had never seen one of Bell’s Rogue Motorcycle Helmets. The looks of Bell Rogue can leave heads turned in its wake.
- The features are closer to a ¾ than a half helmet. The groundbreaking muzzle protection concept transfigures the geeky helmet to a fashion statement for avid bikers.
- With Bell’s flagship streamline design, Bell Rogue is DOT certified thanks to its fiberglass, Kevlar and resin make-up.
- The easy transmutation between a half and ¾ means it has more potential than a naked bike or cruiser helmet.
THE OUTSTANDING FEATURES OF THE BELL SOLID ROGUE CRUISER MOTORCYCLE HELMETS
Because of the novel approach behind the build of the Bell Rogue motorcycle helmet, there’s quite a bit to discuss:
1. Adjustable muzzle:
- The muzzle, the main element of its ¾ like quality, is locked into the helmet using the German zidlock technology which uses magnetic snaps to lock it in.
- However, once locked, it can be removed only by raising and pulling it out. It is mainly cosmetic and protects only against dust and grime.
- The TPU material will wither easily in a crash.
- Adjustable straps extend from the muzzle which can be used to alter the face-to-muzzle distance and angular tilt, if it weighs down on your nose.
- The muzzle itself consists of a main body with vents on both sides and a detachable breath box which eliminates the need for a bandana.
- The muzzle architecture of Bell Rogue is vital when the weather fluctuates between hot and cold.
2. Shroud protection to the back:
- Apart from the half coverage of the Rogue helmet, a shroud and a neck roll safeguard the neck against impact from any damaging force. This is, again, not as strong as the EPS shell.
3. Airflow and noise :
- The necessary airflow in Bell Rogue is accommodated with the inner comfort liner and open face. The absence of vent on the main helmet insulates against buffeting and wind noise.
- Both airflow and noise cancellation are better in the Bell Rogue motorcycle helmet than standard ¾ models.
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CUSTOMER BENEFIT OF THE BELL SOLID ROGUE CRUISER MOTORCYCLE HELMETS
The Bell Rogue is backed with quite a few user-friendly tricks, Bane-like muzzle notwithstanding.
- Light weight and strong: It’s lighter than the average ¾, as Bell ditched the entry level polycarbonate construction. Instead they have used Fiberglass, Kevlar and resin to create a light and DOT certified Bell helmet. The EPS itself extends beyond the apparent boundary for extra defence.
- Detachable parts for ease of cleaning: The muzzle, inner breath guard, the neck roll, inner main comfort liner, cheek-pads of the Bell Rogue can all be easily removed for cleaning and maintenance.
- Potential pockets for communication device: The cheek-pads have extra pockets for holding a Bluetooth device to communicate while riding.
- Pair with goggles: Pairing the Rogue helmet with a pair of goggles completes the supervillain looks.
THINK WE LIKE
- Adjustable, removable muzzle that covers the lower half of the face
- Comfortable and detachable inner liner and cheek pads
- Excellent aerodynamics and noise control
- Bell's new design for extra strength
- Given the design, the use of the Bell Rogue need not be limited to certain bikes
- Space for a communication device
- There's enough room for the goggle strap in the Rogue helmet, should you decide to wear one
- Fleece lining on the breath guard, micro fleece lining on the muzzle
PRODUCT USER GUIDE
Few pointers will help you make the best use of the Bell Rogue Motorcycle Helmet:
- The muzzle strap must be adjusted so that the muzzle doesn’t rest annoyingly on the nose bridge.
- Breath guard of the helmet should be used in chilly weather to block out the wind in the muzzle
- Using the muzzle provides basic protection against bugs and grime and transforms the view of the helmet
- Because of its unorthodox design, it is better to try it before you buy the Bell Rogue.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTION (ASQ)
The Bell Rogue motorcycle helmet looks huge. Will it fit into my saddlebags ?
Ans. The height of the Bell Rogue is roughly same as any ¾.
Is the Bell Rogue motorcycle helmet a good choice for an oval shaped head ?
Ans. Yes the design of Bell Rogue suits oval shaped head.
Is the face shield/muzzle detachable from Bell Rogue?
Ans. Yes, the Bell Rogue’s muzzle can be detached by sliding it up and out. It can be reattached by pressing it down over both sides.
Full face motorcycle helmets trump open face helmets with regards to safety. But getting comfortable with nature’s elements is part of the riding experience. If you are looking for windblown looks and street cred then Bell Rogue motorcycle helmet is the one for you. Over a few nips and tucks, Bell can perfect the design of the Rogue helmet. Click here if you want to read more about the best motorcycle helmet.