Cassons have just announced that the new Bell MX-9 MIPS "Twitch DBK" lid is in stock now! Check out all the 2023 liveries and pricing in their Bell catalogue... Release: Cassons.

The latest Bell MX-9 helmets are now available in Australia through Cassons! Check out their stylish and safe range of lids below. All with their state of the art MIPS impact management to ensure one of the most important parts of your body remains safe while out on the dirt.

Bell have released a new "Twitch DBK" gloss white livery for their popular MX-9 motocross helmet.

Bell have released a new “Twitch DBK” gloss white livery for their popular MX-9 motocross helmet.


Check out the 2023 Bell off-road catalogue here…


Chunks of rock and dirt mean business when launched by roosting tyres, and even when it’s muddy, hitting the ground is always hard. That’s why Bell said they have sweated the details on the MX-9, loading it with a tough polycarbonate shell, MIPS energy management system, an adjustable visor, Velocity Flow ventilation, and a removable, washable, anti-microbial liner for when the time comes to hose down.

There are plenty of colours to choose from in the MX-9 range, you can pick up the new "Twitch DBK" MX-9 through Cassons.

There are plenty of colours to choose from in the MX-9 range, you can pick up the new “Twitch DBK” MX-9 through Cassons or your local motorcycle store.

The MIPS system that Bell use in most of their line up plays an important part in keeping rides safe. MIPS uses a slip-plane system that moves inside the helmet, mimicking the brain’s own protection system. This layer is designed to rotate inside the helmet with the intent to potentially slow or reduce the amount of energy transferred to or from the head. Science tells us that if we can reduce the strains associated with rotational acceleration, we might reduce the risk and severity of brain injury.

Their 2023 range of MX-9 helmets have been equiped with the state of the art MIPS safety system.

The 2023 range of Bell MX-9 helmets are available through Cassons now!


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