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If $$$ weren't an issue, what model Bell helmet would you buy?

It has to be a Bell....

-TomD

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'Cuz that's what I was told to pick.....can't get into reasons due to National Security :-D

I'm looking for real-world experiences......why did you choose the Moto-8?

Thanks!

-TD

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I have a Moto-8, along with 4 others but that's a different thread, and they are AWESOME. Very comfortable, very well vented, and DOT/SNELL 2005 approved. They are light weight also.

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I actually have 3 helmets, a Moose M1, a THH TX-10, and and HJC CL-X5N. but because, I'm slightly abnormal....and companies make their helmets all different sizes even though they are all XXL....only the Moose M1 fits me.

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Thanks Bot....got a few other responses for the Moto-8

I'll be measurin' me noggin' and puttin' me order in pronto!

That matte black looks schweet.....

-TomD

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That it wouldn't cost me a dime......

Which fits my requirements quite nicely.......

:sifonec:

:woot:

-TD

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never had a bell helmet...i just got nick the 661 helmet for christmas, he loves it...however...if i hadddd to pick a bell...I'd pick:

moto8_nickwey_blackred.jpg

i love the graphics on it...but i also like the black matte one too....especially if you spruce it up :) make it ya own.....that's what I've done with mine. I wanted a black matte one so i could put the sponsor stickers and stuff on it and it wouldnt look stupid with the graphics that were on the helmet itself...

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I got a Moto-8 too. I love it, great design, good quality, DOT and Snell approved and I love the fit. I will definatly buy another one when needed.

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