Readers, it's your extremely lucky day. Complex Rides is excited to offer a top-of-the-line contest for all of our motorcycle riders out there. We've linked up with Bell and have the insanely dope RSD Speed Freak Carbon Motorcycle Helmet for you to win. The helmet, which is worth $649.95, was originally a limited edition collaboration with Roland Sands Design, but due to popular demand, is now available for purchase. Wrapped in a complete carbon fiber shell, it features state-of-the-art safety and offers performance technology with its Velocity Flow Ventilation.

To win this special prize, we're holding a trivia contest. You didn't think we'd just give it away, did you? From today until Saturday, we will be posting one question per day. From there do three things: 

    1. Follow @ComplexRides
    2. Follow @BellPowerSports
    3. Respond to both @ComplexRides and @BellPowersports with your answer and end the tweet with the hashtag #BellStarTreatment

We will compile the scores of those who answer correctly and the fastest. The top scorer wins the helmet. Here's today's question (Remember, don't comment, respond on Twitter): 

Day 1 Question: In 2008, which Bell rider became the second rider in history after Ricky Carmichael to complete a perfect motocross season – 24 wins in 24 races?

Day 2 Question: Which Bell athlete was the most decorated Supercross athlete between the years 1993 and 2000?

Day 3 Question: Which Bell athlete attempted more than 75 ramp-to-ramp motorcycle jumps between the years 1965 to 1980?

Day 4 Question: Seeking to continue a sport that would give him an adrenaline rush, which former Bell athlete went on to take on the sport of airplane racing his motorcycle-racing career ended?

Day 5 Question: Mark Barnett, one of Bell’s earliest racers, won how many consecutive AMA 125cc national championships in the early 80’s?


If you don’t win our contest, don't feel like you know the answers, or want to double your chances, you and your bike can also enter the Bell Star Treatment contest by submitting 100 words through the Bell Facebook page by August 31. The person who has the most compelling reason as to why their bike deserves a makeover from Roland Sands Design will win.

The grand prize includes:

  • Trip to Roland Sands Design (RSD) headquarters in Southern California
  • A meet and greet with Roland Sands to plan the customization plan for their motorcycle
  • Trip for 2 back to SoCal for the unveiling and an inaugural ride with the RSD and Bell
  • RSD special edition Star Carbon helmet
  • RSD riding jacket
  • RSD gloves