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Bell Rogue Helmet

If simply riding a motorcycle is not intimidating enough, bust out your inner Bane by donning the Bell Rogue. The Rogue has the look of a half-helmet yet gives you the added protection and comfort of a ¾, and the adjustable and removable muzzle, not only puts the fear of god into cagers, but protects your face from road debris and weather. The lightweight composite shell and speaker compatible comfortable liner provide superior riding comfort and convenience.  The Rogue gives riders all the features of similar touring helmets while retaining an edgy and stylish look.   

Features:

  • Lightweight composite shell
  • Durable and innovative Muzzle for optimal rider comfort
  • Adjustable Muzzle features removable liner
  • FidLock magnetic connection makes it easy to put on/take off the Muzzle
  • 3 shell sizes
    • SM: XS and SM Helmets
    • MD: MD and LG Helmets
    • LG: XL and 2XL Helmets
  • Removable and washable interior
  • Convenient speaker pockets
  • Premium stainless steel D-rings and metal badges
  • Five-year warranty
  • DOT approved

Please Note: The "muzzle" on the Bell Rogue Helmet is purely for comfort and is not a protective element. This helmet should provide a similar level of protection that an open face helmet would provide.

4.3 / 5
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4.8 / 5
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Features
4 / 5
Comfort
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Style
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Bell Helmet Sizing

Size Head (cm)
XS 54-55
SM 55-56
MD 57-58
LG 58-59
XL 60-61
2XL 62-63

Bell Star Family Sizing Size Head (cm)
XS 53-54
SM 55-56
MD 57-58
LG 59-60
XL 61-62
2XL 63-64

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

How To Measure

H Head Wrap a cloth measuring tape around your head just above your eyebrows and ears. Pull the tape comfortably snug, read the length, repeat for good measure and use the largest measurement.
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black / SM 872634 768686929304 Out of Stock
Black / MD 872635 768686929311 Out of Stock
Black / LG 872636 768686929328 Out of Stock
Black / XL 872637 768686929335 Out of Stock
Black / 2XL 872638 768686929342 Out of Stock
Gunny / XS 872651 768686929472 Out of Stock
Gunny / SM 872652 768686929489 Out of Stock
Gunny / MD 872653 768686929496 Out of Stock
Gunny / LG 872654 768686929502 Out of Stock
Gunny / XL 872655 768686929519 Out of Stock
Gunny / 2XL 872656 768686929526 Out of Stock

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4.3 / 5.0
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wth?
Man, I wish the muzzle was more than just a loose mask. This thing looks awesome and I really want one. I just hope that Bell makes a true modular in the future with this kind of look. It'll sell like crazy with the cruiser crowd.
February 1, 2013
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Are you kidding?
I am telling you not to buy this helmet because I love mine and don't want to see everyone on two wheels wearing it. The fit is good, I don't normally wear 3/4 or full helmets but this one rocks. I can take the muzzle on and off while riding so I can have a smoke. Looks good without the muzzle and great with it. BELL, give the design team a day off cause they got it right. I totally love this helmet. Now the wife wants one too.
March 20, 2013
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Major disappointment
Since I first saw the Rogue on the net months ago I knew I wanted it. One by one I read reviews of people complaining that the muzzle creates major pressure on the nose. After trying it on yesterday at RevZilla's store in Philly, I can confirm that the Rogue definitely doesn't fit everyone and I'm sad to be left out.<br><br>The helmet itself fits beautifully. So comfortable. As a stand alone half or 3/4 helmet, it's great. Im a large in everything but icon so I grabbed a large and it fit me perfectly. Then the muzzle entered the picture and that's where I was really glad I didn't waste 250 on this gimmick.<br><br>1st, you can't put the helmet on with the muzzle in place. Once the helmet is on, it's really annoying to get the magnets to locate and click into place. All I could think was now annoying it would be trying to do this in a parking lot or holding up a group cause stupid me can't get his gimmick helmet on right. Once I finally got it in place, one thing was abundantly clear: it hurt. Serious pressure right down on my nose. I tried adjusting it but it only got worse. Taking the breath box out was the only way to solve the problem but the muzzle sits so low that my entire nose was visible and it loses the whole look that should make it so cool. I moved the breath box higher, but it still wouldn't fit. The one and only solution was to tilt the whole helmet back on my head. This effectively changed the angle of the muzzle so it sat where it was supposed to; HIGHER. But I couldn't wear the helmet that way, it felt like it was on the back of my head.<br><br>I tried. I tried so hard to make this helmet work and in the end, I couldn't. Add me to the list of guys that can't wear the Rogue. Bell needs to redesign the pivot of the muzzle adjustment so it pivots at the helmet and not at the muzzle itself. It needs to be raised and lowered, not just pivoted. If they do that, it will eliminate the common pain problem. More people would be able to wear their awesome looking helmet.
September 8, 2013
Ride:
2013 Kawasaki Ninja 300
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
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Great Helmet, Great Style
Been eyeing the Bell Rogue for awhile, and finally bought it when it went on sale. Should have just bought it sooner for the full price! That's how much I'm loving this helmet already.<br><br>I was worried that going from the modular helmet I was wearing to this open faced design would prove to be a bad move for my early morning (3:30AM# ride to work because it gets chilly with the wind hitting ones face! But, the muzzle with the liner on the Rogue blocks more air than my modular helmet! The modular had wind blow in from beneath, the Rogue muzzle with liner blocks all of that, and fits to my chin to keep the lower face warmer.<br><br>The open eye area does not cause a problem like I thought it would either. I wear a pair of goggle/glasses with the helmet, and so far all is well. These also fit well under the helmet. I have not tried the strapped goggle mode over the helmet, as I am content with them being worn directly on my head.<br><br>My next concern was also squashed... the wind picking the helmet up off my head. Not an issue whatsoever. My modular is a size XL, which is a bit big, but the L didn't fit me and I've always had issues with the wind buffeting that helmet around. The Rogue is apparently shaped more perfectly for my head shape, as a L fits great, and snug without feeling "clamped" in the helmet. The wind seems to just roll right off the helmet, and does not appear to be catching on the open area creating any extra pull. Head movements #lane checks over my shoulder) don't create any extra pull either... again, the modular would get grabbed a bit when I turned my head.<br><br>My one issue with the helmet as been the muzzle straps. While I can make it comfortably fit with the included straps, having the extra play of the longer straps would be nice, and I feel that Bell should have just included the straps with the helmet to accommodate all shapes and sizes of faces. Maybe this isn't the most expensive helmet, but I feel that it IS at a price point where a couple extra straps would not have broken Bells bank. I don't think my face is particularly large or whatnot, and expected the standard straps to work. Without the liner in the muzzle, all is well, with it installed things are just a LITTLE tight. One more click on the muzzle straps would solve it, but I'm clicked all the way out on the strap ratchets.<br><br>Also, the muzzle liner Velcro isn't very strong, which is a plus and a minus in my opinion. I like it because it doesn't look like it will cause any odd fraying of the liner on the bare muzzle. But, it's easy to knock it out of position after you get it just right. Small issue.<br><br>All in all though, this is just a fantastic helmet! I would recommend it to anybody who is even considering buying it. And, when it gets right down to it, I'd say there is a small attitude change when you ride with this helmet on, because you just KNOW how badass you look!
May 6, 2015
Ride:
2014 Triumph Speedmaster
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
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One thing I forgot...
Overall, I love the product. I like the fact that it's about a three forths protection helmet with the ability to cover your mouth and nose to guard them from the elements. The locking mechanism is very easy to use one handed and finishes the effect of complete "badassery". On top of that you can add your favorite glasses or goggles and you are good to go. People WILL do double takes as you pass them.
November 29, 2013
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For your internal Badass
I really love everything about this helmet the fit, look, and the attention that it draws. If you are looking for that one functional piece of gear to bring out your internal "Badass" this is it.
July 8, 2013
Ride:
2014 Harley Davidson V-Rod Muscle VRSCF
Bang For The Buck
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This is a great helmet, you won't be disappointed.
I looked at this helmet for awhile before buying. Essentially, the price point kept stopping me. Eventually, the style is what I was looking for and I bought it. I'm not disappointed. Like other reviews, the muzzle does create a pressure point on the bridge of the nose. There are adjustment screws which help some but doesn't completely eliminate the problem. I added some velcro to the removable liner and was able to move it far enough up within the muzzle to fix the problem completely. Wind noise is minimal and the helmet fits snuggly yet very comfortably on the head. I haven't experienced any rise of the helmet at highway speeds. Overall, this is one of the most comfortable helmets I've ever worn and I do suggest it.
November 18, 2013
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
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Great Helmet
After reading some low marked reviews, I'm not sure what those people were doing. Unless you've got a face shaped like a horse, you won't have any issues fitting this helmet. I have mine adjusted all the way in and without the muzzle insert. I have no issues what-so-ever. The muzzle's pitch and distance to your face is adjustable. The muzzle insert is held in with Velcro, allowing for infinite adjustability. I wear a medium and I can almost put my fist between the muzzle and my face at the furthest adjustments. Maybe an XXL and a nose like corporal Klinger my have issues.

Love this helmet!
December 18, 2016
Ride:
2015 Yamaha YZF-R1
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
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5 / 5
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Got to get one.
The overall size is combersom, but that's from the DOT spec. It's a great helmet and fits good.
July 15, 2013
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
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comfort and style
The helmet has a great fit and cool features. The removable face shield blocks bugs and debris but still lets air flow. For winter riding, the face shield has a liner to block the wind and the helmet has removable ear and neck pads. Bell made a great product and I will buy their products again.
July 15, 2013
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At first glance, the Rogue is a groundbreaking new helmet from Bell. It’s taking the best of what we’ve seen in their half-helmet line, and it’s adding a nice iterative badass flavor to it. There’s really no other way to describe it. If we look at it from an application standpoint, it’s going to cater to the rider that wants the airflow and the feel of an open-face helmet with some more protection. Think of it as a bandana on steroids. The big thing that jumps right out at you is this extendable and removable muzzle that we have right here on the front. We’re going to get to that in a second.

If we look at it, 4 colors available: Army green, matte black, gloss black, and then almost a gunmetal green that they call Gunny. I’d love to hear your gut reaction to the Bell Rogue Helmet. Leave it for us on our YouTube Channel or you can always click right here and subscribe and stay up-to-date with all the latest gear reviews we’re constantly rolling out.

A quick note on fit: It is going to fit slightly differently. The guts of this helmet, the half-helmet element of it is going to fit much more like an RS1. They’re staying with that fit pattern; it’s an intermediate oval head shape. There really shouldn’t be any surprises. The nice part is you do have some of the feel and connectivity of what you’d see from the ¾ helmet, even though ultimately, the protective elements are really encompassed within this half-helmet shape. Then with the front, it is completely adjustable. It moves in and out. You can see it here on the side. I press that button and I slide it in and out. It’s the . . . I always call it Ron Popeil effect; the set it and forget it on the side.

Remember, if you’re not sure about sizing: Extra-small through 2-extra-large; 3 EPS sizes, 3 shell sizes. You should be able to get it right. We ship for free exchange and no restock fee if you need to send it back to us. Take in mind that we’re going to make it pretty painless if you’re really concerned about buying and fit over the internet.

Back to the actual Rogue itself; back to some of the nuances, the nitty-gritty of the helmet. I’ve showed the guts of the fully removable liner, but the way that it touches you and interfaces with you is actually quite unique. You have this half-helmet design, which is completely different from Bell. It’s a different shape than we’ve seen. It’s going to look great on a cruiser. You guys are thinking, “It’s great. It’s a Harley-Davidson. It’s a bad-ass helmet.” Honestly, I’ve seen this on Monster; looks phenomenal. Any naked bike, city riders, somebody that want something different, likes the airflow of an open face-helmet but maybe wants a little bit more of a protective aspect. Its, again, not protective in your full-faced helmet regard of things, but it’s really protective from the standpoint of bugs, road grime, rocks, Mother Nature. Again, it’s that injection-molded TPR that sits on the front in the muzzle.

We do have what they call the shroud, which again, is that same injected molded TPR that connects to the helmet with a proprietary material. On the interior, you have your EPS in the top, but it actually extends slightly below that. It comes down to about here in the helmet. It’s still rated as a DOT motorcycle helmet, but again, it’s DOT as an open-face or a half-helmet, and you’re getting just some of the benefits, comfort, and support of that EPS slightly extending. Again looking at it, it’s just a nice, added benefit.

Jumping back into the muzzle, you’ve heard me talk about. A few things about the muzzle you need to know, besides the fact that it looks Bane from Batman, which we absolutely love. It’s using a technology called Fidlock, which is really an easy way to make it so this muzzle, once locked in, is non-removable. You have a magnetic connection point, and then towards the back, you’re going to have this self-adjusting ratchet that you can pull it down. Some guys that have been wearing this like to have it close to their face. Other folks like it with a little bit more room between your mouth and nose. Again, it’s personal preference. To remove it, you’re actually going to slide it up, and you can see how I pulled that out. This is a newer technology, Fidlock, from Germany. We haven’t seen it in a lot of places, but again, it makes it really easy because once you slide it out, you just pop it back in. There’s no sliding it back in. It just pops back in. Again it’s self-finding; you can do it in a pinch.

Looking at the muzzle and the breath box itself, again, really gnarly. They went for aggressive. It has some airflow vents on the front. As we turn it backwards, you’re going to see that for winter riding, it does come with a removable 3D form breath box. This is fleece-lined. It’s a breath guard. It’s going to block some of that wind if it’s really, really cold out, saving you from having to wear an extra bandana. Again, when we remove it, now we’re in summer weight riding mode, and you can see that it still has a nice microfleece in case it’s touching your nose or touching your chin, depending on how you’re wearing it. Now we do have cutouts as well that are going to flow air. I can chuck that bad boy back on it, and you can see how that works.

No surprises as we move down from it; double D-ring construction. It’s the same microfiber we see from Bell. One of the things that they’ve done that’s really cool, in my opinion, is wearing this helmet, you could really wear it two ways. You can wear it with goggles. A lot of guys wear a pair of riding goggles that might have a strap to go around the outside. They’ve left you enough room to be able to wear that goggle with the strap, no problem. What they’ve also done is they’ve trimmed the density and they’ve put in our cheek pad towards the top that’s going to be really accommodating for a pair of sunglasses. If you’re wearing a pair of gas can or oil cans from Oakley. . . I actually don’t know if there’s an oil can; I might have just made that up. The gas cans from Oakley that have the really wide plastic frame, you might have a little bit of a tough time. If you’re wearing a normal pair of sunglasses, a normal pair of eyeglasses, you should be able to get them in no problem. Again, Bell took into account the fact that different riders are going to have different tastes and different styles, and you might want to integrate differently.

As we start to rotate the Rogue helmet up as well, you’re going to see that this TPR, which is, again, this shroud, comes all the way around the front. Again remember, it connects with a proprietary, they call it this ring connection, that allows Bell to seamlessly integrate the shroud into the EPS into the outer shell of the helmet so that it’s not going to ever pull apart. Again, it becomes one seamless piece. One of the things that I really like about the helmet is that they’re not using your standard polycarb. It’s not an entry-level motorcycle helmet. Using fiberglass, Kevlar, and resin, it’s really a composite matrix in the shell, so that allows them to make it a bit more lightweight, and it’s going to be stronger than your typical polycarb helmet.

If we go for the guts, you can see that I can pull out my cheek pads that do have speaker pockets. Again, I’m curious when this thing hits the market en masse, how people are going to feel about putting a Bluetooth communicator on there and how that’s going to work. Right now, I think the jury’s still out, but you can check out the comments on the video or on our page, and we’ll see how people fare with it. If we look at the neck roll, it comes all the way down. Here in the back, we have the neck roll that also is removable. Again, this is going to give you some nice connectivity and a nice point of comfort around the backside of your head, around the base of your skull. That’s going to snap in with two snaps, and it actually looks really well-styled because you see these cutaways, and you can see that mesh that sits behind it, again, adds to the finishing on it. Again, that pulls out. When you come in here, you can see how far the EPS comes down. Remember, that EPS is going to slightly extend underneath this ridge by about an 1”, 1½”, but it’s giving you a little bit more room to stay covered, especially in the unfortunate event of a get-off.

If we look at the main comfort liner, fully removable. There are no vents on thes Bell Rogue Helmets. They went streamlined. They didn’t want to compromise look, but it is an open-face helmet so it’s going to flow a ton of air from the front anyway. What they’ve done, as I open it up, is you’re going to see that we have big cutaways. We have a different area of mesh that’s going to be sweat wicking in the back. Remember, this is fully removable, it’s fully washable. It’s going to hold up over the long run, and you can see the way the EPS is done. Basic EPS without any cutaways, but again, it’s meant to be comfort. We’re calling this an intermediate oval head-shape that’s going to fit along those same lines as the RS1.

A final note on fit and fine-tuning: Keep in mind, on the side you’re going to have these straps. Sizes up to large come standard length; XL and 2X come with a longer length. You can buy the other length straps on Revzilla.com. If you’re in a large helmet and you want a little bit more clearance in the front even though there’s a good amount of adjustability out of the box, you can always get the other length size strap. I think on a final note, the last thing you have to remember is as this is a new helmet in new waters as RevZilla.com from Bell, the worst thing you can probably do is pigeonhole it. Whether you are a sport bike rider, a naked bike rider on a Ducati Monster or something like that, a cruising rider, or a Harley-Davidson rider; if you’re used to wearing a half-helmet, if you want something that gives you a little bit more coverage which really has a new bad-ass look, the Bell Rogue should be something that you’re evaluating. Don’t put yourself in the box of saying, “The Bell Rogue Helmet is only a naked bike helmet. This is only a cruiser helmet.”