Snell's Executive Director Stephen Johnson was invited by NSGW at the dedication of a plaque to William "Pete" Snell at the Arcata Airport in Northern California where the fatal crash happened in 1956 and led to the founding of the Snell Memorial Foundation.
Stanford University Prof. David Camarilla and his graduate students visited Snell lab on October 3rd. Snell shares its expertise in helmet testing and standard development.
Snell at the Sturgis Rally 2023. Ride safely with a helmet on!
Snell was at Sonoma Raceway last weekend visiting NHRA race drivers, riders and race offices during DENSO NHRA Sonoma Nationals.
On July 24th, 2023 The US Equestrian Federation Board of Directors has approved adding helmets certified to the Snell equestrian helmet standards E2016 and E2021 to its helmet use rules.
Eagle Wings Motorcycle Association has invited Snell to present at its first national rally. Hope to see you in Knoxville on Friday September 1, 2023.
Snell is going to be at Sturgis Rally 2023! Please stop by Black Hill Harley Davidson with your helmet safety questions.
Meet Snell staff at the Hangtown Motocross 2023 exhibit area with your helmet questions this Friday and Saturday June 2-3.
May is Motorcycle Safety Month. "Safe, quality helmets reduce the risk of death in a road crash by over six times, and reduce the risk of brain injury by up to 74%" - World Health Organization has updated its Helmet Safety Manual
Snell in the SCORE Journal published by the organizer of the Baja 1000 race.
On April 11th Snell was at the Sacramento Cyclegear Bike Night to answer helmet safety questions and support local riding communities. Two Snell jackets and a Snell certified helmet were given away by raffles.
Last weekend (Feb 18-19) next to the Bay Bridge of San Francisco, riders learned more about Snell Foundation’s work in making motorcycle helmets safer.
The Snell Laboratory will limit testing capacity during December 5 2022 to December 27, 2022 in order to perform annual calibration and maintenance activities.
Snell will be at The International Council of Motorsport Sciences (ICMS) in Indianapolis, IN, December 7-9, 2022
Snell was given the honor of holding the flag at the starting line of Baja 1000 this morning. Everyone works hard to keep safety first.
Snell will be at the Baja 1000 (NOV. 17-22, 2022). Helmet checks at safety inspection before the races.
In support of the motorcycle rider education community, Snell Foundation will present on latest research at the State Motorcycle Safety Association (SMSA) conference in New Hampshire on Sept. 16, 2022
Equestrian helmets may be configured with chin bars, a rigid element passing from left to right across the lower part of the wearers face and which may provide a measure of protection against injuries to the jaw and dentition. The addendum to the Snell E2021 Standard for Protective Headgear for Use in Equestrian Activities specifies additional requirements and test procedures for helmets configured with chin bars.
Snell will present on helmet safety Friday, June 16th and Saturday, June 17th at the BMW MOA rally in Springfield, Missouri.
The Snell Laboratory will be unavailable Decemeber 31, 2021 - January 14, 2022 due to annual calibration and maintenance activities.
Snell will be at the Outdoor IMS motorcycle show this weekend (July 16-18, 2021) at the Sonoma Raceway in Northern California. Come and visit us next to the Demo area!
Snell received a letter of recognition from California State Secretary of Transportation David Kim. Hong Zhang, Snell Foundation’s Director of Education, has been working on improving motorcycle helmet safety with the California State Highway Safety Plan (SHSP) for over 10 years.
The Snell Laboratory will be unavailable December 26, 2020 - January 10, 2021 due to annual calibration and maintenance activities.
Online interview with Beachmoto to promote helmet safety: Everything you need to know about SNELL Helmet Certification
[March 20 - May 18] Snell Foundation operations are affected by COVID-19 situation.
Snell will exhibit at the Cleveland Motorcycle Show, Jan. 24-26, 2020 at the I-X CENTER, booth 731
Stand 21 Safety Foundation and Snell Foundation jointly present a safety seminar at the SCCA National Convention this coming Saturday at 1:15PM (Las Vegas, Nevada, South Point Hotel and Casino, January 18, 2020, 1:15PM-3:30PM, Napa Room C)
Snell will exhibit at the New York Motorcycle Show, Dec. 06-08, 2019 at the JAVITS CENTER (booth 1352)
Snell will exhibit at the Long Beach Motorcycle Show from Nov. 22 through 24th, 2019 at the LONG BEACH CONVENTION CENTER, Booth 597
The Snell Foundation Laboratory will be shut down for annual maintenance and calibration beginning 26 December 2019 and will tentatively reopen 15 January, 2020. Administrative tasks and technical staff will remain available other than 25 December 2019 and 1 January 2020. Please be sure to have all test submissions completed by 20 December 2019.
Happy winners of Snell certified helmets donated by manufacturers at the annual conference of National Association of State Motorcycle Safety Administrators. We all have a shared mission to keep motorcycling safe.
Today Snell presenting the new M2020 standard at the annual conference of the National Association of State Motorcycle Safety Administrators.
Snell presenting at Gold Wing Road Riders Association annual rally on August 31, 2019 at Nashville, Tennessee.
Snell Foundation's position on FIM Racing Homologations Programs for helmets: Letter to FIM
Snell will exhibit at the Chicago Motorcycle from Feb. 15 through 17th, 2019 at the DONALD E. STEPHENS CONVENTION CENTER.
Snell will exhibit at the Washington DC Motorcycle from Feb. 08 through 10th, 2019 at the WALTER E. WASHINGTON CONVENTION CENTER.