Bell locked their R&D team in the laboratory and didn’t let them out until they had taken the Revolver Motorcycle 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 Bell Revolver EVO Motorcycle Helmet. With improved features like a redesigned eyeport seal to reduce wind noise, new chin curtain to keep cold air out, 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.
Industries first modular helmet designed for function and performance all in one.
Internal Sun Shade offers "on the fly" protection from the sun without having to stop and change 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 (patent pending).
New Chin Curtain prevents cold air from entering the helmet.
Padded chin strap with D-ring closure.
For proper fit and size measure the circumference of your head 1" above your eyebrows and around the largest portion of the back of your head.
21 5/8" - 22"--------Small
22 3/8" - 22 3/4"----Medium
23 1/4" - 23 5/8"----Large
24" - 24 3/8"--------X-Large
24 3/4" - 25 1/4" ---XX-Large
Bell Revolver EVO Motorcycle Helmet Reviews
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This is my first road bike helmet so not much else to compare too. I was looking for a entry level model and this one seemed to offer the most bang for the buck and is shaped for round heads. Overall it's excellent for the cost. The looks are hard to beat at any price and all the features work well. I'm using the modular feature a lot and it's easy to operate when riding. The sunscreen works well also. It is a inexpensive model and the weight definitely gives that away. I will upgrade down the road to a better helmet but this works for now.
I was unfamiliar with Modular helmets when I saw this, so I figured I would give it a try. Its a pretty cool option but to be honest, I find myself using the full helmet all the time. My only problem with lifting face up is there is a small chin tab that stays in my upper peripheral that I find to be a little annoying.
Ventilation is not the best, but I don't really look for that in a helmet. The flip down visor is my favorite feature about the helmet. I also put the dark smoke lenses and took the clear off. Overall 4 stars for me, it does fit a bit small so go a size up.
This helmet is amazing, fits much better (for me at least) than some helmets costing $200-300 more. I read lots of reviews about it being "noisy". Your on a motorcycle, going 70+ mph, welcome to motorcycling. I have a stack of helmets from Arai's to HJC's and I can tell you that they are all noisy. If it bothers you that much, maybe you should find a new hobby. If your not bothered by a little wind noise and you ride a motorcycle, you need a helmet. This helmet is comfortable, easy to use and best of all, has sunglasses built into it. Ive ridden with this helmet in the up position going 80mph and i was amazed that there wasn't any wind buffeting like I've experience with other modulars. The chin button is easy to find and use, as is the sunglass buttons. venting is OK, but no helmet I've used has venting worth talking about. The magnet for the strap is a nice touch also, Like most helmets, id recommend you find a place local to try it on as everyones head is different. Enjoy.
It's ok I guess. Wind noise is a little high doesn't matter if the vents are open or closed. Definitely keep some super glue handy. I've had to reglue a couple peices of the bottom rubber back on and the magnet on the strap. Luckily the magnet and half the sticker over it got stuck to my mirror post instead of falling on the ground. You get what you pay for.
Shield ratchets to multiple positions and "locks" in a slightly open position for good air. Doesn't seal perfectly when closed.
I bought the Bell because it was on sale, didnt really need a new lid but figured what the heck, its a good looking helmet. It does have some nice features like the sunshade and the little magnet to hold the loose end of the strap. Like most other helmets, the vent system does absolutaly nothing. I can open the vents on a really cold day and I can't notice any air at all flowing thru the helmet. Fitwise, its pretty decent, if not abit tight on the temples but I'm sure that it would break in if one wore it long enough. Unfortunatly this helmet is so noisy I am not ever going to use it. I have 2 other modular helmets and although you couldnt describe them as real quiet, in comparrison to the Bell they are.
I would reccomend that this helmet is only used for "in town" riding, where speed doesnt affect the wind noise.
As usual, you get what you pay for, and in the case of this helmet I would recommend you pay abit more and get a helmet you can wear without the noise driving you crazy...it really is that bad.
I gave it a fair rating, but only if you never use it on the open road as it does have nice features and looks good. But what good is that if it is unwearable?