Well done Bell! Finally, a major manufacturer has realised helmet cams are quite popular

Helmet cams – beloved of weekend warriors, deathwish commuters and World Cup wannabes across the globe. So why are we still putting up with bulky, wobbly, unsightly mounts? Kali were the first to integrate a camera mount into one of their lids and now Bell are following suit.

Their new Super all-mountain/enduro helmet and Full-9 downhill lid, unveiled at Eurobike, come with removable mounts for both GoPro and Contour cameras. About time, too! Let's hope other manufacturers buck their ideas up and follow suit.

Mounts aside, the helmets are worth a second look. The Super has been designed to work well with goggles – it even has special clips to hold them in place if you remove the peak – and has deep rear coverage and loads of vents. RRP is US$125/£125 and it should be available in spring 2013

The Full-9, as worn by Aaron Gwin, is a scaled down version of Bell's Moto 9 motocross lid. It's been designed to be removed easily in the event of a crash, with an internal airbag system (sold separately) and magnetic cheek pads. It's even got integrated speakers! This 1,050g full-carbon offering will be available early next year for $400/£400.

Bell Super helmet. Picture by Dan Milner

The new Bell Super has a GoPro mount, removable peak, goggle clips and loads of vents. What more could a gravity enduro racer want? Picture by Dan Milner

Bell Full-9 helmet. Picture by Dan Milner

The carbon fibre Full-9 also has an integrated camera mount. Picture by Dan Milner

Bell Full-9 helmet. Picture by Dan Milner

This is the same lid you'll have seen Aaron Gwin using at World Cup races. Picture by Dan Milner

Bell Full-9 helmet. Picture by Dan Milner

Here it is without the camera mount. It's a lot better looking than Bell's other DH full-face, the Drop. Picture by Dan Milner

Bell Segment helmet. Picture by Dan Milner

Also new from Bell is the Segment pisspot, designed to have a snugger fit than the current Faction. Picture by Dan Milner