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SpurcycleBell

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Item # SPQ0001

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Item # SPQ0001
Description

Bell

It’s no secret that the key to any successful relationship is high quality, and frequent, communication. Bike trails and roads are no different, as they host multiple user groups — cyclists, runners, hikers, equestrians, etc., and who wants to risk accidents or trail access issues? Use of a quality bell can easily help you avoid unwanted conflict.

Engineered from the ground up to be the best possible bell, the Spurcycle Bell has re-established the bar for bells. It is crafted from premium brass and stainless steel in the good ‘ol USA. This durable bell has a distinctive, yet pleasant tone that resonates up to three times as long as most bells — an extended period whose effects are immeasurable while navigating crowded pedestrian malls or approaching blind corners or driveways.

  • A bell for proper trail etiquette
  • Made in the USA of premium brass and stainless steel
  • Installs and removes easily with a 2.5mm hex tool
  • Rings 3-times longer than other bells
Warning

California Proposition 65

Warning:

This product can expose you to chemicals including Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

Tech Specs
Materialstainless steel, brass
Recommended Usecycling
Manufacturer Warrantylifetime

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>Rating: 2

Gouges handlebars and expensive repairs

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Wanted to like this bell, it is marginally better than competitors in sound but not for the price. My primary disappointment was that it ruins carbon handlebars in a crash and you'll spend $25 if you need the bell repaired.

Wanted
>Rating:

Can this be mounted on Enve SES aero Road handlebars?

>Rating: 5

Overengineered to overperform

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

We get it. This bell is pricey. I picked one up on a whim after my tax refund came in. I was feeling splurgy. You can get a plenty loud bell for 1/5 the price. But the price has its merits... Volume vs Sustain: This bell is not incredibly loud. Plenty loud for trail riding and suburban commuting, but won't win against car horns and street vendors in NYC. The true advantage is how long the ring lasts (or "sustains"). The perfect CNC bell housing holds a ring for 10-20 seconds, starting with a very hard "ping" and petering out at the same frequency. Its great for mountain biking because you can start the ring 10-15 seconds before you pass a hiker, let them know you're coming, and they can use the extended ring to know where you are as you approach and how quickly you're overtaking, all without looking. Gone are the days of ringing your bell 20x to let someone know you're approaching. The initial ring is also shrill enough to get the attention of even the most hardcore earbud rockers if you do choose to hit it repeatedly. Durability: This thing is expensive, but its simple. The materials are high quality and I've moved mine between different bikes for 5 years now. I recently had a nasty crash that caused the bell to rattle, but careful inspection showed it wasn't missing a spring or other part, the thumb paddle just had to be bent slightly to nest back into its cradle. Good as new.

>Rating: 5

Highest Quality Bell

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

This is a very high end bell, but worth the price. The sound travels a good length, to warn others of your approach. Very nicely made, best quality materials and incredible sound, exactly wat you want with a bike bell.

>Rating: 5

Worth it for higher end bikes

I have several Crane bells on other bikes, but wanted something more elegant and smaller for my road bike. This was well worth the price and has not shown signs of rust either. Now if only others on the trails didn't have headphones in so that they could hear it!

>Rating: 5

This bell gets attention!

I put one on my bike and one on my son’s. It is beautiful and looks great on our Crosstrails. But more importantly it is loud and never fails to get attention of everyone on the trail. While it is loud, the tone is very pleasing and unique. These bells are well worth their price.

>Rating: 5

Put one on every bike

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Whether it's a commuter bike or a mountain bike, this is the bell to have. Period. It is good looking, well built, and most importantly it rings loud with a great tone. Save yourself from pedestrians who don't look both ways and/or from getting in a head-on accident when riding around a corner on the trail with this bell.

>Rating: 5

Great for Annoying your Friends!

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

This bell is crazy loud making it perfect for heckling your friends to go faster in front of you. In all seriousness, this bell is great for making your presence known going into blind corners on popular trails, or warning other riders/hikers/runners that you're coming up on them. It's a simple, yet courteous way to communicate with other people on the trail that has saved me from many awkward trail encounters. If you're riding on high traffic trails I'd highly recommend getting one!

>Rating: 5

They hear me coming

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Love this bell! Have it in black on my trail bike. Love the sound and easy to flick while coming down the trail to let others know you are there.

>Rating: 5

Love it!

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Nice loud sound, great for city trails

Nice
>Rating: 5

Functional and Looks Good

Familiarity:
I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

What more do you want? ! I see this bell lasting for years.

>Rating: 5

Ring Dat Bell

The Bell of all Bells. Superb craftsmanship, high end materials and precise manufacturing. The sound and resonance is like no other. Very zen like - Ommmmmm.....

>Rating: 5

The best

Used for years, still working great !

>Rating: 5

So good I have 5 of them

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I have these on every bike in the house, hands down as good as it gets. The only issue I've had is on an incredibly wet day in the PNW, where it took a couple hits to knock the water out. I don't think any other bell would have fared better

>Rating: 5

Excellent bell

Solid construction and loud enough for the trails. Easy to install (I recommend to watch the instruction video on their website for installation).

>Rating: 4

Best one out

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Awesome little bell. tightens onto the bars super well and seems like it will last a long time. Super loud but doesn't rattle on the way down. Great product.

>Rating: 4

Ding Ding!

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Coming through. Now everyone knows. Done and done. Plus, it looks classy.

>Rating: 4

Clear the trail!

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

This bell is perfect for Mountain Biking. The ring is loud but pleasant. I've actually had a couple of hikers compliment it! Great way to communicate with other trail users in a way that is pleasant. The bell followed by a "have a great day" has left me feeling better about the other humans I'm sharing the trails with.

>Rating: 5

Stellar Ring!

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Big purchase for a bike bell, but you won't regret it! The ring this bell gives off on the trail can't be missed by oncoming riders, and is low profile to fit nicely on any bike from a enduro to cruiser.

>Rating: 5

The Bell for Audiophiles

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Like many, I had a hard time with the price tag of this thing but after I heard one live, I had to have it. The ring is clear and beautiful. I love my dropper post. I love my carbon wheels, but no other improvement makes me smile every time I use it like this bell. My 3 yr old rings the little bell on her bike constantly and this bell pretty much makes me do the same thing, feeling like a kid again. I absolutely love it.