Bell Eliminator Forced Air Helmet

Lucas Cooney
by Lucas Cooney
Latest UTV helmet from Bell lets you breathe easy

This past fall, Bell Helmets introduced its first UTV-specific helmet – the Qualifier Forced Air, which you can read about here. Now Bell has expanded its UTV lineup with the new Bell Eliminator Forced Air helmet.

Visually, the most striking difference between the Eliminator and Qualifier is the Eliminator’s forced air port is located on the bottom of the helmet on the left side, while the Qualifer’s force air port sits on the top of the helmet. The Bell Eliminator Forced Air also boasts a more rounded design, compared to the angular lines of the Qualifier. Finally, the Eliminator has nine circular exhaust ports at the top of the helmet to aid in airflow.

Also unique to the Bell Eliminator Forced Air is the proprietary ProVision shield – a dual pane design with anti-fog technology.

Bell Eliminator Forced Air Profile

Check out the press release below to learn more about the Bell Eliminator Forced Air UTV helmet.

Bell Helmets, an industry leader in innovative head protection, today unveiled its 2019 helmet lineup, highlighted by the all-new Eliminator and Forced Air helmets, along with the debut of Bell’s proprietary ProVision™ shield, which features dual pane anti-fog technology. In addition to adding these helmets, the 2019 lineup continues to implement Bell’s top of the line head protection technologies FLEX and MIPS.

“We are committed to constant innovation and development of purpose built helmets for our riders and that’s what we’ve achieved with our new 2019 line,” said Chris Sackett, Bell Helmets vice president. “From new helmets, categories and technologies, to graphic updates on our existing models, this new line has something for everyone. We are incredibly proud of all of our new offerings and we know riders are going to love them as much as we do.”

Bell’s new Eliminator helmet is an homage to the company’s historic roots as a pioneer of automotive helmets. Eliminator features a racing-inspired design to go along with modern industry-leading safety technologies. The helmet is also the first to use the new ProVision shield, which features Bell’s proprietary anti-fog technology, making it perfect for a variety of uses from everyday commuting to extreme competition.

In addition to being included in the Star Series and Qualfier DLX MIPS, Bell will continue to feature one of its two most-advanced head-protection technologies, MIPS and FLEX, in every helmet in its MX and Off-Road category. The MX and Off-Road lineup will also include the latest graphic collaborations from Bell’s existing partnerships with some of the top brands in the industry including Fasthouse, Seven MX and Tagger.

The 2019 lineup is also the first time Bell has offered helmets specifically for recreational UTV drivers. With the introduction of the previously announced Qualifier DLX Forced Air and Qualifier Forced Air, Bell has filled a growing need in the industry. The new lineup will also include an Eliminator Forced Air model, which comes standard with a ProVision shield. In addition to these helmets, the forced air kits are also available separately so that consumers can convert their existing helmets for recreational UTV driving.

The entire 2019 lineup will be available later this year in select retailers and online at

Lucas Cooney
Lucas Cooney

I have been working exclusively in digital media since 1997. I started out with, spending nearly nine years creating and editing content on Canada's leading sports website. I left to join VerticalScope, Inc., one of the world's largest online publishers, to start a number of powersports publications. While at VerticalScope, I've helped create and oversee content for a wide variety of different publications, including,,,,, and many more.

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