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Author Topic: Bell Bullitt  (Read 39282 times)

Offline suuscustoms

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Re: Bell Bullitt
« Reply #110 on: May 20, 2014, 20:06:18 »
These are just about to hit the Australian market in the next few weeks.  Even more expensive here ($5-600 I have heard) but looking forward to seeing them in the flesh, look fantastic in the photos.
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Offline krafty

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Re: Bell Bullitt
« Reply #111 on: Jul 02, 2014, 11:56:48 »
Late reply to this post, but I managed to track a couple of these down at the local HD marketing facility (and dealership, I think there were some bikes in there somewhere between all those HD t-shirts). They had both the black and matte black in size L which fit me very well. Much better fit around my glasses than any other Bell helmet I've tried, including the 3/4 helmets. The L felt just slightly looser on my head than my HJC CL17, but fit my head shape about as well as the HJC. I was pretty impressed with the fit. Much wider field of view than my HJC obviously because the visor is larger and the chin bar shorter.

Something to note if it bothers you... the black (gloss) helmet had brown padding/strap while the matte black had black padding/strap.

Offline brotus

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Re: Bell Bullitt
« Reply #112 on: Sep 13, 2014, 20:29:58 »
I have the gloss black and brown interior version. Great helmet, very light and comfortable.  I only got it because it was $300 because of a tiny scratch on the back. Big score. If your thinking about this helmet dont listen to the haters- wait around on ebay and you will find a deal. once you get the technique of putting on and taking off its really nice. I removed the shield and ride with safety glasses. When i had the visor on it is almost impossible to fog and gets great wind even when closed.

Beware! If you like to ride with the visor open it whistles something FIERCE. Thats my only complaint and i dont like riding with visors anyway.

Offline Kafay350

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Re: Bell Bullitt
« Reply #113 on: Sep 15, 2014, 14:32:19 »
Just making sure everyone saw this....

I do like the concept model, but FUCK.  Most guys on this forum wouldn't even pay that much for a bike!

haha agreed.

Offline warpt_99

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Re: Bell Bullitt
« Reply #114 on: Nov 04, 2014, 19:53:37 »
i'd get one too if I could afford it

Offline mikeyw64

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Re: Bell Bullitt
« Reply #115 on: Mar 10, 2016, 19:16:11 »
Just picked up one of these although haven't worn in anger yet.



Hmmm, think the beard needs a trim  ;D

Killing a bit of time until I get Jessica finished (see Jessica's Story link in sig) and playing with some ideas on a custom finish.

Bit crude (the colours should be the same red & silver grey as the bike)

Idea 1




Idea 2



Variation



Mockup of where I'm heading with Jessica (shows the colours better)



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Offline Rusnak_322

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Re: Bell Bullitt
« Reply #116 on: Sep 22, 2016, 23:07:50 »
Do they ever go on sale?
I am looking to pick one up, preferably the light blue/ brown.


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Re: Bell Bullitt
« Reply #117 on: Sep 22, 2016, 23:28:22 »

Do they ever go on sale?
I am looking to pick one up, preferably the light blue/ brown.

Probably not but I have one and it is miles away from any other helmet I've owned. Super light and super comfortable.


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