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Bell Venture Helmet

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MSRP : $37.99

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Top-notch features at a bottom rung price is what the Bell Venture is all about. It features Bell’s Fusion In-Mold construction, ErgoDial fit system, easy-to-adjust Cam-Lock levers, 23 vents, and a snap-in visor. 23 vents Easy to fit ErgoDial syst

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