How to make a dent, so to speak, in the traditionally linear realm of 1/2, 3/4, and full-face motorcycle helmets?
Bell recently launched an aptly named hybrid helmet that combines a three-quarter style design with a curious "Muzzle" attachment made of neopryne which secures via a magnetic closure. The Scotts Valley, California-based lid manufacturer says the Rogue helmet is aimed squarely at the cruiser demographic, and that the muzzle, though it lacks crash protection, double as a sort of bandana for shielding from the elements.
If you consider the Like/Dislike ratio of this , the Bell Rogue is having a hard time being seriously considered as an edgy alternative to conventional lids. But as with all consumer items residing just outside the mainstream, the Rogue may just be weird enough to carve a cultish niche for itself among attention-seeking riders.