Bell and Fasthouse Partnership Kicks off With Special Edition Moto-9

Jun 06, 2017 View Comments by

Bell Fasthouse Moto-9

Bell Helmets, an industry leader in helmet technology since 1954, and Fasthouse, one of motocross’ core lifestyle brands, have kicked off an official partnership with the unveiling of a special edition Fasthouse Moto-9 helmet. The two brands will produce an ongoing range of special edition Bell helmets and accessories, in addition to distinguishing Bell as the official helmet of Fasthouse.

The partnership was originally spurred by the successful one-off collaboration between the two brands in November 2016, when Bell released a limited edition Moto-9 Flex helmet with Fasthouse graphics for Red Bull Day in the Dirt 2016.

“When I was a little dude we used to go riding in the desert—my dad was a dedicated desert racer—and I spent every weekend racing at local motocross tracks. I started wearing Bell helmets at age 9,” said Kenny Alexander, Fasthouse Partner and Creative Director. “They were then and still are the raddest helmets out there.”

Likewise, “Fasthouse captures the authentic attitude and lifestyle of motocross with as much passion, style and authenticity as any brand in our industry, and we couldn’t be more excited to partner with them,” said Chris Sackett, Bell Helmets’ Vice President.

The Moto-9 features Bell’s lightweight composite “Tri-Matrix” shell, as well as a Velocity Flow Ventilation system for maximum cooling. The Snell and DOT certified Fasthouse Moto-9 is available in sizes XS – XXL for $399.95.

Also in Bell’s just-debuted second season line are some of the brand’s most popular helmets, including the Bullitt, Moto-3, and MX-9 Adventure with MIPS. The limited run includes all-new colorways along with featured designs from collaborations with industry artists such as Chemical Candy and Roland Sands.

To check out the new lids, visit www.bellhelmets.com.

Text and Photography: Bell

 

 

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