Bell Sequence MTB Helmet is perfect performance-level helmet for any trail, xc, or endurance mountain bike rider. 24 vents provide more than ample cooling and it's adjustable visor provides excellent visibilty for a helmet of this type.
a Cross Country Rider
from Port-Cartier, QC, Canada
Date Reviewed: June 7, 2010
Strengths: The look and the fit with good ventilation
Weaknesses: none so far
I was looking for a helmet to replace my old Giro E2. The LBS owner sugested the Bell Sequence since the E2 is not made anymore. So I decided to try this helmet. The Sequence save my life after my second ride with it, I crashed after hiting a hole that I didn't saw. I slided almost ten feet with only a few scratched on the helmet, The helmet is very solid, fits better then my old Giro. When riding I dont feel the helmet on my head and keeps my head cool.
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