The Bell Array is the heaviest and lowest scoring helmet in our review of eight road specific helmets. Our size large test helmet tipped our digital scale at a whopping 13.1 ounces, making it more than 5 ounces heavier than the lightest helmet in our test, the Editors' choice winning Giro Aeon.
We didn't find the Array to have any outstanding features or qualities for which we would recommend it. It is the least expensive helmet we tested, but only $10 less expensive than the Giro Savant which scored much higher overall and wins our Best Buy Award.
Like most of the helmets in our test, the Array is available in three sizes. Our testers found it to fit exactly the same as the Bell Volt. In general, we found that Bell helmets fit slightly smaller than Giro helmets (which is why we reviewed a size large instead of a medium) despite the fact that they are actually made by the the same parent company.
The Array is available in at least six colors, so you should be able to find one that accentuates your kit.