Biking isn’t a static sport. That sounds obvious, but the reality of it can hit you upside the head sometimes. In fact, it used to do that all the time. Before Bell invented the Float fit system, bike riders were simply accustomed to their helmets rattling down the trail.
You’d find yourself hurtling through the chunder at Mach Chicken with your helmet bucking around on your head— an annoying, rattling, sweaty, party crasher. As the first fit system to truly allow you to fine-tune helmet fit, the Bell Float Fit System tamed the beasts atop our heads. It was a complete game-changer.
The Bell Float Fit System greatly improves a helmet's stability when riding over roots and rocks. Jokes about jockstraps ensue, but soon every Bell helmet has one.