As his debut in Australia’s premier road racing category edges closer, Brayden Elliott is pleased to announce another new partner to his Superbike campaign, Bell Helmets, who will provide the Tumut rider with their well renowned and sought after ‘Star Carbon’ helmet for the six round Australian Superbike Championship (ASBK) season.

With the new race season fast approaching, Brayden is looking forward to the challenges of stepping up to the Superbike category and is excited at the prospects of working alongside and helping to promote such a well known brand, Bell Helmets.

“I am pleased to welcome the Bell Helmets family into the team as we partner together for 2016. With a new championship comes change and as I continue to grow with my racing career, I’m glad to have the opportunity to work together with Bell Helmets,” Elliott said.

The high speed nature of the Australian Superbike Championship brings with it the need to be protected in the best way possible as a rider and for Brayden, a premium helmet that provides a high level of safety is critical and thus he sees it as imperative to have a Bell Helmet for the new season.

“There are no corners to cut when protecting your head, only the best will do. For that reason, I’m extremely happy to be wearing Bell Helmets, with many years of experience and proven quality it gives me the ability to race with confidence and comfort wearing Bell Helmets product,” Elliott added.

Bell Helmets product manager, Garry Crilly is excited to have the reigning Australian Supersport Champion onboard as a Bell athlete in his first season in Superbikes and ensures the product will be a perfect fit for Elliott in every aspect.

“Bell Powersports Australia are pleased to welcome Brayden to our 2016 team of Bell athletes, we look forward working with Brayden as he contests the Australian Superbike Championship.”

“Brayden will be wearing our flagship Star Carbon helmet offering him the utmost in rider comfort and protection.”

About Bell Star –

Since its introduction back in 1967, the Bell Star has long represented the standard in head protection. Revered as the first full-face helmet on the market, the Bell Star inspired an industry to pursue the science of head protection.” This continues today with the soon to be released 2016 STAR.

Brayden’s first event wearing the Bell Star Carbon helmet will be this weekend’s opening round of the 2016 Australian Superbike Championship which forms part of the World Superbike Championship event at the Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit, Victoria from February 25-28.