Bell UTV Helmets

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Bell Helmets has three helmets specifically made for UTV and Side X Side drivers and co-pilots, whether for recreational riding or racing.

Bell UTV Helmets

The Bell Helmets UTV lineup includes the Qualifier Forced Air ($189.95), the Qualifier DLX Forced Air Helmet ($319.95), and the Eliminator Forced Air Helmet ($489.95).

Bell UTV Helmets

Bell UTV Qualifier Forced Air Helmets

The Qualifier Forced Air helmet has a dust skirt to keep out dust and sand, while the forced-air inlet brings in clean air. The Qualifier Forced Air comes with a clear shield.

Bell UTV Helmets

The Qualifier DLX Forced Air is a step up from the Qualifier Forced Air. It comes with an upgraded Transitions Adaptive click-release shield, which automatically adapts from clear to tinted in changing light conditions. The DLX also has an extra vent at the crown, and it is communication-ready with an integrated port (pictured below), which can accommodate Sena or Cardo Bluetooth audio systems.

Bell UTV Helmets integrated communications port

Bell UTV Eliminator Forced Air Helmets

The Eliminator Forced Air is Bell’s top-of-the-line UTV helmet. It comes with the ProVision shield, which was developed for the Eliminator series helmets. The shield features an anti-fog, dual-pane design with Class 1 optics, and it exceeds the ECE standard’s mist-retardant test. It also has a upgraded XT2 Silver Liner inner liner that inhibits the growth of bacteria and fungi. A visor can be added to the Eliminator Forced Air Helmet for $19.95.

Here’s a video overview of the Qualifier Forced Air helmets from Rocky Mountain ATV MC:

Bell Qualifier Forced Air UTV Racing Helmet | RM ATV/MC.


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ABOUT Bell Helmets®

Established 1954, Bell Helmets was founded by renowned hot rodder Roy Richter in Bell, California. Bell Helmets was an early pioneer in drag racing and motorcycle helmet development. In 1968 Bell created the first full face helmet, the original Bell Star for auto racing. Bell has never stopped innovating, and has recently been among the first to implement technology to combat the rotational forces associated with impacts at-speed in many of their helmets – features such as MIPS and the proprietary Flex technology used in the Moto-9 Flex series.