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BELL Super 3R MIPS Adult Mountain Bike Helmet

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BELL Super 3R MIPS Adult Mountain Bike Helmet
BELL Super 3R MIPS Adult Mountain Bike Helmet


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Price history for BELL Super 3R MIPS Adult Mountain Bike Helmet - Matte Black/Gray (2022), Large (58-62 cm)
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  • $179.96 - December 1, 2022
  • $239.95 - November 28, 2022
  • $171.34 - November 27, 2022
  • $174.99 - November 9, 2022
  • $174.94 - October 27, 2022
  • $239.95 - September 13, 2022
Since: September 13, 2022
  • Highest Price: $239.95 - September 13, 2022
  • Lowest Price: $171.34 - November 27, 2022


BELL Super 3R MIPS Adult Mountain Bike Helmet. From the model BELL.

  • NO-TWIST TRI-GLIDES & X-STATIC AND XT2 PADDING – Fast-adjust fasteners that assist preserve straps flat and correctly positioned. Fast-drying supplies, woven with actual silver fibers.
  • MIPS-EQUIPPED & WRAPAROUND PROTECTION – MIPS stands for Multi-directional Affect Safety System, which is a number one slip-plane expertise contained in the helmet designed to cut back rotational forces that may outcome from sure impacts. Detachable protecting chin bar, designed for path driving adaptability. Attaches with a easy 3-step connection course of no instruments required.
  • OVERBROW VENTILATION – Overbrow Air flow options consumption ports on the forehead of the helmet to usher in cool air and push it by means of the air-channel matrix for full-head air flow.
  • GOGGLEGUIDE ADJUSTABLE VISOR SYSTEM & INTEGRATED BREAKAWAY CAMERA MOUNT – Adaptable visor system accommodates each goggles and glasses and works with or with out the visor hooked up. A seamless digital camera mount, requiring no zip ties or tape, is engineered to interrupt away upon affect to cut back the chance of harm.
  • SPECIFICATIONS – Small (52-56 cm), Medium (55-59 cm), and Giant (58-62 cm) Sizes. Vital: at all times take a head measurement. Head dimensions and shapes can range, even inside an age vary. Utilizing a helmet that doesn’t match will be harmful; 23 Vents, 4 Forehead ports, and 6 Chin Bar vents.

Additional information

Specification: BELL Super 3R MIPS Adult Mountain Bike Helmet

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Product Dimensions

6 x 6 x 6 inches, 1 Pounds

Date First Available

October 28, 2021



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10 reviews for BELL Super 3R MIPS Adult Mountain Bike Helmet

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  1. Alonso Chacon

    Tal como lo esperaba, todo perfecto.

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  2. Avery

    Bell Super 3R vs Giro Switchbade. First a bit about how I ride. I have to climb everything I go down, so trail riding, but I still hit the downhills as hard as I dare, and really need a FF for those times. I have a Sixsixone FF which is fine if I’m just going downhill the whole time, but as with most trail riding you also hit trails that go back up a ways then down again. The FF really doesn’t work well for this, so I’ve been looking for a hybrid which I can adjust easier than taking the FF on and off constantly. I first bought the new Giro Switchblade without trying it first, as no one had it available locally. It looked great at first glance, but after trying it on I realized there were several things which weren’t going to work for me and how I ride. The build and protection are excellent on the Switchblade, arguably better than even my Sixsixone, it is officially downhill rated after all. The locking mech is great as well. It also had good and very thick padding inside. However, this is where the bad came in, the MIPS dial sticks down a ways and when you bend your head back in aggressive riding stance the dial would dig into my back bone. Besides the discomfort it also seemed dangerous if you crashed head first… the dial would drive right through your backbone! I also found the Switchbade to be very hot, after just a few minutes of wearing it around the house only I was already breaking a sweat. The cheek pads were way too tight, even the thinner supplied ones. I think this helmet was probably as hot as my FF Sixsixone in fact. The MIPS also didn’t fit my head well, I found there were pressure spots and loose spots insde. Lastly, I didn’t like having my ear covered up as I use sound a lot for my balance. I returned the Switchbade right away as there was no way I could live with those issues.
    Next I took the only other hybrid choice and picked up the Bell 3R. After my Switchbade experience I was doubtful, but ended up pleasantly surprised! First off the 3R is noticeably lighter duty than the Switchbade. The 3R is not downhill rated, and it shows. The chin guard doesn’t secure quite as solid as the Switchbade, and the chin guard is a lot more flexible and light duty. The padding in the 3R is also a lot thinner. On the good side, the 3R fits my head much better. The top of my ears rub a little on the helmet, but it’s not too bad. The helmet seems a bit wide, and the straps come down from the outside of the helmet, allowing it to wobble a little side to side, but not bad enough I can’t live with it. The MIPS dial does not dig into my spine at any angle which is what is most important for me. Being lighter the 3R also doesn’t heat up nearly as bad as the Switchblade, it’s actually amazingly cool. I was very surprised on the trail just how cool (temp) this helmet is, even with the chin guard on. It also felt a lot lighter on my head, which made me less distracted by it so I could concentrate on riding. I do think the 3R chin guard is a bit more difficult to install than the Grio, but after a few tries I’ve already gotten a lot better at it. Thumbs up on the 3R! it’s not totally perfect, but close enough for me. I hope this is helpful for anyone looking at both of these.

    **Update** I had my first BIG crash with this helmet yesterday! These things are never something we’re prepared for, it just happens. I am SOOOO glad I was wearing this helmet, and particularly in FF mode!! Had I not been I would definitely been in the hospital right now and missing some teeth/facial flesh! Long story short, I took a jump and then mistimed a second one shortly afterward, stuffing my front wheel in a 3ft hole at medium speed. I was tossed about 6ft into a rocky creek head first. I hit my face/head so hard that my eyes would not focus or stay straight for about 5minutes and my ears were ringing loudly. My riding glasses lenses broke out of the frame! When I got up and got my sight back I could not believe that there was no damage to my face/head. Today I have a good solid headache and messed up back/shoulder, but my head and face are untouched. This helmet saved my ass! That said, I had the small chin guards in.. or the inner pads removed, depending on how you look at it. While this was a lot more comfortable, it did allow my face to press more to the front of the helmet on impact and -just- slightly made cheek contact on the ground. I see the value in having those beefy cheek pads now…

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  3. J.S.

    Bought this along with the Fox ProFrame and Giro Switchblade. Full disclosure, I have a huge noggin’. Most of my issues are with the fit of the helmet. I ride all types of trails, but live at a resort offers downhill biking in the summer, which was the motivation for the purchase of a full faced helmet.

    Venting was awesome, and the adjustable fit system was excellent.

    Issue #1> the adjustable fit system of the Bell around the circumference of my head nicely, but I was unable to adjust the chin strap sufficient far forward to not feel like I was choking. Both the Fox and the Giro had much better strap comfort.
    Issue #2> the chin bar didn’t really extend down far enough to provide me with what I felt like was good coverage, as it left a portion of my jawline exposed. I was pretty surprised by this considering how well the helmet fit the circumference of my head. Both the Fox and Giro extended down significantly further providing better protection.
    Issue #3> the helmet was far too easy to rotate up (basically think of my ear as an rotational axis), which would leave my jaw quite exposed in the right type of crash. Because of Issue #1, tightening the strap mercilessly tight wasn’t really an option. It didn’t inspire a lot of confidence and that was the whole point of getting a full faced option helmet.
    Issue #4> Not fully DH certified. I am not a crazy hucker sending it off every huge jump and drop, however, both the Fox and Gire are DH certified and I do enough drops and steeps that it is a concern.

    In short, Bell probably needs an XL option for this helmet which would be more comfortable for people who fit the circumference of the large, but suffer from the aforementioned issues. If they have one already, I couldn’t find it anywhere. Ultimately I went with the Giro, as the Fox had a fit issue as well (no adjustable fit leaving the brim of the MIPS liner to constantly irritate my forehead) and didn’t have a removable chin bar. The Giro fits great, is DH rated, and with some pad adjustment, isn’t as hot as everyone complains about.

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  4. Randy

    Parfait pour l’enduro. Superbe qualité et surtout très confortable. Passer 3 jours consécutifs au Highland bike park avec et c’est a peine si je me suis rendu compte que je le portais.

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  5. Gadget

    This helmet was the perfect cross between two worlds.

    1.) Doesn’t add a lot of size to your head.
    2.) Light weight but still strong.
    2.) Removable face guard uncovers the ears so you can hear better in traffic.
    3.) Has internal adjustment mechanisms to fit the head.
    4.) Check pads are adjustable to some degree, and pads are removable for washing.
    5.) Breathable with lots of ventilation for hot weather conditions.
    6.) Certified with MIPS (although in reality MIPS doesn’t really help much and is more of a sales gimmick).

    1.) Not reusable for large repeated impacts (but this is currently true for all helmets sans football and hockey).

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  6. Amazon Customer

    Bought it, arrived today, and found out that the particular color I chose was from the “women’s collection” which isn’t differentiated here on this page but says clearly on the box. Took a few minutes to determine that the only thing different from the “women’s collection” and the other helmets is that they’ve branded it that way, added an extra “joy ride” logo on the back. The helmet’s the same otherwise in sizing and design. Am I gonna rock this helmet anyway? Heck yeah I am.

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  7. Vincent

    It’s perfect for me, I do a lot of trail riding and enduro. I did not want to pay for two individual helmet and this is perfect. The latching system is well thought, and easy to use. Great breathability and protect well all around the head. The only downside it the fastening system, the latch is not comfortable and the straps are not really well placed. Overall, this is a great helmet and I would recommend getting one is you’re riding a lot of enduro trails or races.

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  8. Michael Spillane

    Had for only 2 months until it broke……when I took a huge fall onto the top of my head! I took a big drop in Sedona and got launched off a ledge halfway down. After what seemed like forever in the air I felt the top of my head hit the ground. Couldn’t believe how much impact the helmet took out of the fall. What could have been significantly worse ended up being a shot to my head that I was able to roll out of and walk away from. The detachable chin guard is great and confidence inspiring as you go down the big stuff. (In the photo below you can see how far I went and the way I landed….. walked away with just a slight concussion a big dent and split in my helmet)

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  9. Hugo Osornio

    Muy buena calidad y excelente protección

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  10. ian

    Super léger et haute qualité pour vélo de montagne.

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