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Item # BEL007Y

Ain't trying to be something it ain't.

The Bell Stoker Helmet is not an overly sculpted, vents-inside-vents ultralight lid derived from a swoopy road helmet design. Rather, it's a well-equipped, comfortable helmet that keeps your head secure with a CPSC-certified Fusion In-Mold Microshell and a bunch of other smart features, while still looking and feeling like a much more expensive piece.

Still, that's not to imply the Stoker's another stuffy skate-inspired helmet. There are far too many of those heavy, poorly-ventilated, ugly things out there. Bell's placement of four brow ports and thirteen vents are more than adequate enough to cool, while an adjustable visor embodies this lid's off-road intentions. Another defining feature is that the Stoker comes in four sizes — the industry standard is three. This guarantees a proportional fit and better ergonomics from the simple, yet effective, SpeedDial adjustment system. Separating you from the Stoker's Fusion In-Mold Microshell are Coolmax pads that wick and quickly evaporate perspiration to keep things dry and comfortable.

  • Fusion In-Mold Microshell
  • SpeedDial adjustment system
  • Coolmax pads
  • 4 brow ports
  • 13 vents
  • Adjustable visor

Tech Specs

Shell Material:
[shell] in-mold polycarbonate, [lining] Coolmax
13 vents, 4 brow ports
Fit Adjustment:
SpeedDial fit system
yes, VPV adjustable
CE 1078, CPSC Bicycle
Claimed Weight:
316 g
Recommended Use:
Manufacturer Warranty:
1 year

Size chart


Head Circumference  20.5 - 22in
(52 - 56cm)
21.625 - 23.25in
(55 - 59cm)
22.875 - 24.375in
(58 - 62cm)
24 - 25.625in
(61 - 65cm)
21.25 - 24in
(54 - 61cm)
Reflex, Segment
Head Circumference  20.125 - 21.625in
(51 - 55cm)
21.625 - 23.25in
(56 - 59cm)
23.25 - 24.25in
(59 - 61.5cm)
Head Circumference  20.5 - 21.25in
21.625 - 22.5in
22.875 - 23.625in
Full-9, Transfer-9
Head Circumfernce 20.125 - 20.875in
(51 - 53cm)
20.875 - 21.625in
(53 - 55cm)
21.625 - 22.5in
(55 - 57cm)
22.5 - 23.25in
(57 - 59cm)
23.25 - 24in
(59 - 61cm)
24 - 24.75in
(61 - 63cm)
Head Circumference 19.75 - 22.5in
(50 - 57cm)
21.25 - 24in
(54 - 61cm)
How to Measure:
For best results, use a tape measure to measure around your head where your hat would fit comfortably.

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Fits A Small Head Really Well.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This helmet is great! I have a pretty small head and got a size small. I tried on a lot of helmets and this was the most comfortable out of all of them. I really like the boa in bad to make the helmet fit my head. The only bad thing about this helmet is that the visor is a little short and doesn't block the sun out when it is lower in the sky.

Lightweight but warmer than XC helmet

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Weight: A. I do not notice any difference in bulk or weight, despite the appearance of a much more substantial lid than a normal XC helmet. Feels very well balanced.

Fit: A, for Bell users. I have a Bell Sequence helmet for XC, and find the fit equally comfortable for both.

Venting: C+, for hot headed dudes. I sweat a ton on big climbs, and on hot days this helmet is noticeably warmer than a 20+-vent helmet. Maybe not so great for big climbs if you overheat. Otherwise, feels great when actually moving at speed on the trail, hardly notice it's there.

Another minor gripe is that the vents don't work well for sliding your glasses up above your visor when wanting to ride without glasses. Not a big deal, just an old roadie thing I do when there is no one riding in front of me and/or it's getting dark.

The main benefit is the nice large mounting area up top for a permanent GoPro or light mount, which is why I actually bought this thing over other helmets.

I like it enough to keep using it, but would consider trying a better ventilated helmet like the Giro Hex if I get the chance.

Avg. ride time: 3h 20m per week
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Bulky and Ugly

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

If you're looking for a good all mountain helmet consider the bell super or TLD a1 before buying this one.

It fit fine, but It looked huge on my head. Other helmets like the Super and A-1 provide the added coverage that this helmet offers, but in a much lower profile package and with much better fit.

The padding on the interior was very basic and uncomfortable.

Just a cheap helmet, dont bother. I returned mine after trying it on and bought an TLD A1 and a Bell Super, both are far superior.