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Bell Revolver EVO Hi-Vis Helmet
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Bell Revolver EVO HiViz Helmet

Bell locked their R&D team in the laboratory and didn’t let them out until they had taken the Revolver helmet and turned it into a truly class leading modular worthy of the Bell name. When the engineering team finally emerged, the result was the Revolver EVO. With improved features like a redesigned eyeport seal to reduce wind noise and an improved flip down sun shade, the Revolver EVO has truly taken Bell modular helmets to the next level in rider comfort and performance. 


  • Internal Sun Shade offers “on the fly” protection from the sun without having to stop and change face shields
  • Velocity Flow™ ventilation system with FlowAdjust™ for maximum ventilation and temperature control
  • Lightweight composite polycarbonate alloy shell
  • Super stable aerodynamic signature resists buffeting and lift
  • Integrated speaker pockets for audio speakers
  • Contour Cut Cheekpads for superior fit and comfort
  • ClickRelease™ for the fastest, easiest, tool-free shield swaps ever
  • NutraFog II™ superior anti-fog, anti-scratch and UV protected shield
  • New redesigned eyeport seal dramatically reduces wind noise
  • Removable and washable interior for maximum comfort
  • Exclusive Magnefusion™ magnetic strap keeper
  • High visibility yellow
  • Padded chin strap with D-ring closure
  • Comes with clear faceshield only
  • Five-year warranty

Note: Though a breath deflector is shown in the product images, it is not included or compatible with the Revolver EVO.

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Bell Revolver EVO Hi-Vis Helmet 4.3 5 188 188
Best helmet so far. I wear a medium and bought the smallest cheek pads available. Its still a little tight around the cheeks. Otherwise, it fits me great. First helmet I've had where I can do shoulder checks on the freeway without feeling like my head is about to be twisted off. It fogs up less than my other helmets, though fogging is still a problem. The internal sun shade is the main reason I bought it. Also wanted a high visibility color. I plan to buy another soon for my wife. November 17, 2014
Great helmet, loud Excellent helmet for the money. Air flow could be better (it's hot!) and it could be quieter, but for the money it's a great buy. November 10, 2014
Good features,like the magnetic strap. You need to order this helmet a size bigger than You measure, If you wear glasses you will need to take additional steps. I ordered the 35mm cheek pieces, and still cannot keep glasses where they need to be.I have taken them to seamstress to have a relieve cut to accommodate glasses. November 24, 2014
Disliked the EVO at first, but with use I've come to appreciate it and grab it before the Bell 500. This is my first modular helmet and I like the features of the Bell EVO, especially considering the price. Very tight, uncomfortable fit at first (2XL size) but it and my head have adjusted to each other and I no longer give the Bell a second thought. The inner sun shield is quite useful. Though I haven't owned other full faced helmets to compare, it does seem a bit noisy - but I think that's part of riding. I would recommend the Bell Revolver EVO, especially if your helmet budget is around $200. November 24, 2014
Nice Helmet!!!!!! I chose this helmet for several reasons. I hate helmets. But this helmet gives me options. It's cheap compared to others. Combine with the type of bike I drive, and I have the necessary comfort to not have to take it off every time. You can say a little heavy after 40 minutes, but not unbearable. Another thing I wanted to mention is the wind noise, I think that point is the weaker side that I found in this town, but in general and for the price, still think it's a good buy. November 14, 2014
Solid modular helmet for the money Although I am somewhat critical in my scores, I do recommend this helmet. For the money, you'll have a hard time finding a better modular helmet. The comfort is very good, and the style is excellent. For the negatives, the noise level is definitely on the high side. I am also unimpressed with the inside visor. Not only is it too light, but it is a PITA to change. But other than the noise and the inside visor, I am happy with the helmet. October 28, 2014
Great helmet for little$ Nice looking, good seal and air flow. Rode to Wisconsin on a Harley and used this helmet when I got tired of the half shell beating at highway speeds. Very happy with it. Other reviews are correct about the inner visor that comes with it...it's not dark enough for sun protection so I also recommend buying a darker one when you buy the helmet. Great value and performance. October 6, 2014
amazing style Great color and detail make sure to order one size bigger the helmet runs small. Great purchase for the money. super sturdy feel and the flip down internal sun shield is a great touch but would recommend looking for a darker shade color. Overall I would buy another one. October 6, 2014
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Bell Revolver EVO Hi-Vis Helmet
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Stephen B: Primarily liked the hi res color. Good fit, comfortable. Sep 6, 2014
R E: I was looking for hi-viz, internal sun shade, and the modular design. This helmet fit the bill, and at a good price. Aug 20, 2014
James N: I like the style, features and quality for the price. Bell is a well known quality helmet. Won't know how I like it until I receive and try it on. The easy return policy was key to placing my order as well as the 2 day free shipping. Aug 5, 2014
JOAO G: HI VIZ Jul 11, 2014
Jason B: Really liked the design. Also the reviews were great. Best bang for Buck. I hope. Jun 28, 2014
K B: I live in a rainy, foggy, European country, and have noticed how much riders (and the police) using hi-vis helmets stand out amongst traffic. I figure this is probably the best piece of kit to get you noticed on the road, since it's noticeable from 360 degrees, as compared to a vest which is mostly noticeable from the back. Jun 16, 2014
Michael G: I bought this after having a parked driver turn off her hazard flashers, start her car, and turn through my back wheel as I passed wearing a silver helmet and grey jacket.

It really helps, although I take no responsibility for whiplash on the part of many clueless drivers who suddenly whip their heads around &/or put down their phones/coffee/food in time to not kill me. No more SMIDSY!
May 22, 2014
Shaun W: Hi-Vis yellow and good price for the options Apr 7, 2014
Larry S: Because you didn't have the shark evoline 3 that I really wanted (close out, sad face) and I wanted a hi vis helmet for a reasonable price that also was modular. I plan on getting someone to paint a little flat black design on it to break up the yellow a bit. Apr 5, 2014
Johnny H: Like the style of the helmet plus I've been looking 4 a sharp modular helmet that will match my bike. Cant wait to see how it fits. . Jan 11, 2014
EUGENE S: safety Sep 29, 2013
A shopper asked: What is the internal head shape? Feb 11, 2013
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RevZilla: The Bell Revolver EVO Hi-Vis Helmet has an internal shape that is slightly narrower than intermediate oval. Give us a call at 877.792.9455 to discuss head shapes and what helmet might make the best fit for you! Feb 12, 2013
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A shopper asked: How breathable is this helmet? Sep 24, 2013
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Peter-Paul H: Had it for over a year, when the lock failed and Bell replaced it through RevZilla without a prob. Always preferred Bell helmets, so I am biased. Despite the two openings on top and the one on the chin, it gets hot in the summer--as all helmets will. For winter riding I bought a hood/face mask that conveniently fits underneath and keeps the cold reliably out.
If I had the money, I'd try a Schuberth, but when it comes to reputation and all the convenience of a modular helmet (asking for directions, refueling, toll bridge, etc.) with hi viz that I would not do without, the helmet is a keeper.
And there's no finer place than to get it from RevZilla.
Hope this helps, safe riding!
Sep 24, 2013
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Charles J: If you are asking how good airflow is around your head, it is acceptable in 85 degree weather with the air vents open and the window and front visor down. Lift the plastic and it lets in lot more air. Not enough? Open the entire front of the helmet and you've got all the air that you could want (just keep your mouth closed so that the bugs don't plaster your teeth). You've got a lot of options with this helmet, but its hard to quantify how much air is moving with only the air vents. You can definitely tell when the vents aren't open though. You've got two on top of the helmet and two beneath your nose. Sep 24, 2013
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michael m: How breathable is this helmet? This helmet in not very breathable it is like 75 here today and overcast i wasnt sweating but i was damp when i took the helmet off after 15 miles home some city some highway made all the lights so was a good ride home i wear a 2x helmet and the helmet is very tight still after a month of back a forth to work it is also very loud i have a leo vance pipe on my 1250 suzuki and i can barely hear the pipe or motor for the wind noise Sep 24, 2013
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Colin B: I don't have a point of comparison as it's the only helmet I've ever used. The vents allow for decent airflow and as long as you size it correctly, it rests nicely on your head and the padding is comfortable. I haven't washed it yet, however, it is removable. That should give you some clue as to how ventilated my head has been over the course of a year. Sep 24, 2013
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Tom B: Below average but I crack the face mask a tiny bit and it's just fine. Closed, not much air moves. Still, the best helmet I've had in years. Super quiet and comfortable plus the chin bar mechanism is smooth as butter. Sep 24, 2013
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jim g: It's hard for me to say as I've never had a vented helmet before. I lIke it and I will say it's the most comfortable helmet I've had in my 36 riding years and it's worth more than tbey charge for it.
Sep 24, 2013
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william g. c: I've worn it all summer. Plenty of air flow. Sep 25, 2013
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A shopper asked: Color. Is this hi-viz yellow really more yellow? or is it like the yellowy green that all other hi-viz items are? I have a feeling cameras don't like the hi-viz yellow/green very well. It seems like photos never show what I think is the true color. Photos of the HJC SyMax III are closer to what I think the color should be. Is this Revolver EVO that color? Aug 10, 2014
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Brian D: I just looked up the HJC Symax III you referred to. If the color on the internet photo is true to life, then the HJC is that yellowish green hi-viz you see everywhere. On lots of jackets, helmet, safety vests, etc. The Bell Revolver EVO is more of a true yellow, without that yellowish green tint. The Revzilla photo looks like the helmet's true color. I have good proof of that because I use a FirstGear Kilimanjaro jacket that is that yellowish green hi-viz. And the Revolver EVO helmet is definitely not of a greenish tint. More of a canary yellow. So the jacket and the helmet don't match exactly. No problem for me. The helmet itself is very good. The modular flip-up function is very practical and great for ventilation in hot weather. The fit is true to what the manufacturer [Bell, but made in China] says. So follow there guidelines as to size. I got a large and I was at the upper end of that measurement range. It was a little tight at first, but the padding compressed over time and now fits perfectly. In use the helmet is a little noisy, but one should use ear plugs in most riding anyway. A good deal for the money. I feel as safe as I would be with any more expensive helmet. Good basic modular, with effective ventilation features and a drop-down sun screen. Three-quarter or half helmets are not safe. Keep 'er between the ditches! Brian Aug 10, 2014
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Wayne S: It is more greenish than it looks in most photos, but more yellowish than the HJC i think. Its pretty close to the safety vest color, but perhaps more yellow. It is very high-vis, and really stands out. I love it. Its got more wind noise than i like but thats because it vents so much air through it. Aug 10, 2014
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Peter-Paul H: There might be a zillion shadows of yellow, but the helmet is just that: very, very, very yellow, which matches my First Gear Kilimanchu HiViz jacket very nicely. Wear it with pride! Aug 10, 2014
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Danie E: That is the brightest yellow that ypu can get! VERY visible! Aug 10, 2014
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David M: The Revolver EVO hi-viz yellow is more on the yellow side. Aug 10, 2014
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Stephen B: Definetly a high visibility yellow color.
Aug 11, 2014
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A shopper asked: So what is the rating on this this produce? DOT/Snell ECE? I love your site, but sometimes this kind of info isn't on the products. It does help when tiny bits of info could be the difference between a purchase of one product over another.

Again, thanks for the site, and your video reviews
Jul 9, 2014
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Kuruvilla A: DOT. It's a great looking helmet but I have had the same problem somebody else was talking about. The magnet pouch that contains the magnet at the end of the strap came apart. Thankfully it happened as I was gearing up and so I didn't lose the magnet and have stuck it all back together again but clearly Bell has cut some corners to keep the price down. Jul 9, 2014
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Peter-Paul H: It is DOT, clearly marked with date, don't recall seeing SNELL on it. Had mine since they came out (3yrs?) and it's got all the stuff I ask for and served me well, so far. Then again, thankfully, I haven't had to "use" it. If money is no object, then go Schuberth, otherwise this is a good one to have!
Jul 9, 2014
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Oscar G: The helmet is DOT certified. I didn't see a snell or ECE cert on the label, but I imagine they are in the process of doing so (since the helmet is somewhat new). I bought it a year ago anyway. It is stronger than my Caberg Duke and that is an ECE helmet. Hope this helps. Cheers! Jul 9, 2014
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Robert L: I've used this helmet for 2 years. Very comfortable, and super visible.. many compliments. Jul 9, 2014
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Brian D: I'm hearing you that such essential information is mysteriously not included on the Revzilla site. The Revolver Evo is DOT rated, reads a sticker right there on the back of the helmet. Anthony, the guy in all the videos, if he is in command, should skip lots of gym sessions and forgo the muscle trip, and instead add essential specs like this to his product descriptions. They also failed to tell you that this helmet is made in China. The Bell site also emphasizes busy design engineers, product testers, etc. slaving away in the good old U.S. of A. That would be my main concern; did quality and material control actually cross the Pacific and transulate into Chinese and result in a robust product. Will the helmet protect you in a bad crash? I like my Evo Revolver. And the customer service is outstanding. It fits well and all the features work. It has a thick, comfortable feeling that transulates into, at least, a feeling of protection. Full face or at least modular is the way to go. When things go wrong on a motorcycle they go wrong faster than you can comprehend and wearing proper armor is your only protection. Strength and quick reflexes take time to deploy and aren't realistically available. As for noise, modular helmets are not as quiet as full-face, but worth the convience. Always wear ear plugs and make noise a non factor. Good helmet, I should have bought one of these long ago. Jul 9, 2014
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Alberto M asked: Does it come with a dark visor as shown in pictures or is a clear visor? Jul 15, 2014
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Seth L: no... it is clear... there is an internal sunshade that is a bit darker than the clear visor... but I ended out replacing that one to a darker shade... Jul 21, 2014
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Michael B: The flip up visor is clear, but there is an internal visor that is tinted. Jul 20, 2014
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Javier P: Hi Alberto, it comes with a clear visor Jul 16, 2014
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José Andrés C: Clear visor! Jul 16, 2014
A shopper asked: Would like to know before purchasing. Nov 1, 2012
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RevZilla: Sometimes photos don't always capture the magic and true essence of Hi-Visibility helmets but we find the Revolver EVO Hi-Vis is bright enough to make your highlighter jealous. Nov 1, 2012
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Thumbpick: Definitely "HI Viz." It has the green mixed with the yellow. Can be seen from outer space. Mar 18, 2013
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brightlime: Definitely Hi-Vis, same color on my Olympia jacket and Drystar gloves. Mar 25, 2013
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A shopper asked: I am looking for a modular helmet that will allow me to ride mostly with the face cover or front in the up position. I ride a Goldwing 30,000 miles per year and really like my open face helmet with a clear face shield for rain riding, but my job requires that I take phone calls 24 / 7. It would be much better to have a modular that when closed it would cut down on road noise, but I woould not want it closed all the time. Apr 22, 2012
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Dangerousliaison: I open it whenever I have to sneeze :-) The manufacurer doesn't recommend riding with the helmet open, but it is easy to open and close with one hand. Jun 25, 2012
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AlaskaTJ: Yes. You can ride with the front of the modular helmet open. The flip down visors are great for that as well. Jul 2, 2012
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Bell Helmet Sizing

Size Hat Size (in)  Measurement (in)
2XS 6 3/8 - 6 1/2 20 - 20 1/2
XS 6 3/4 - 6 7/8 21 1/4 - 21 5/8
SM 6 7/8 - 7 21 5/8 - 22
MD 7 1/8 - 7 1/4 22 1/2 - 22 3/4
LG 7 1/4 - 7 3/8 22 3/4 - 23 1/4
XL 7 1/2 - 7 5/8 23 5/8 - 24
2XL 7 3/4 - 7 7/8 24 1/2 - 24 3/4

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

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