Bell Eliminator Stockwell sees signature retro lid gain a hot new flavour thanks to its flame-emblazoned graphics.
Bell Eliminator retro full face now sports a cool flame-emblazoned design choice.
Flames are the work of London-based custom builder and dirt oval racer Charlie Stockwell.
Design takes on a tasty and subtle monochrome approach with gold pinstripes.
Does not cost too much more over regular Eliminator – just US$10 more.
We’re certain this will go well with any avid fans of cruisers and retro bikes. American helmet makers Bell have added a new flame-emblazoned iteration of its signature Eliminator retro full face helmet range – the Bell Eliminator Stockwell.
Aptly, this is Bell’s already popular Eliminator retro-styled full-face bucket that boasts a special flame graphics motif designed by famed London-based custom bike builder and dirt oval racer Charlie Stockwell.
The design itself draws inspiration from Stockwell’s racing experiences and Motor Company roots. Unlike other similar flame paintjobs that uses bright candy colours, this one adopts a more subdued approach instead. It sees a balance between a black base paint with white flame licks, as well as gold pinstripes.
Apart from its striking yet tasty design, this is the same Bell Eliminator that’s proven popular amongst many classic and cruiser fans alike. The composite fiberglass shell comes in three shell sizes plus three EPS liners covering XS right up to XXXL.
Besides a removable and washable interior liner, the Bell Eliminator also employs the American brand’s Velocity Flow Ventilation System, anti-fog ProVision visor, as well as a Magnafusion chin strap retainer amongst other key features.
Whilst the regular Eliminator commands an RRP of US$419.95 (approx.. RM1,765.68), this new Stockwell design offshoot’s RRP doesn’t cost too much more at US$429.95 (RM1,807.72) – just US$10 (approx. RM42) more in fact.