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TimberMTB Bell


Item # TML0002

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Item # TML0002

Why We Like The MTB Bell

Every mountain biker needs a bell. Honestly, it works better than shouting around blind corners while you're speeding down the trail. We'd recommend Timber's MTB Bell. It dings with the flick of a finger to let others know you're there, but it's quiet when you don't need it. Increase your trail awareness and let others know you're coming.

  • Increase trail awareness with Timber's bell for trail riding
  • Ding the bell with a flick of the finger around blind turns and down trail
  • Handlebar mount for easy access and convenience
  • On/off ring system provides simple sound control

Tech Specs
Recommended Usemountain biking
Manufacturer Warrantylimited

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

Perfect for what it is

I've put it through the wringer

I bought this directly from the company but felt like leaving the review to offset the guy that didn't know what he was buying because this deserves a better rating on here. This is for crowded trails and blind corners. Flip the switch on descents, coming up on blind corners, coming up behind a group hiking, etc. Most of the places you should probably be signaling your presence are places where you shouldn't be taking your hands off the controls. That's why this bell is awesome. Flip the switch and the bell will chime loudly. Once you're in the clear or you can clearly see what's around that corner or pass the group hiking and texting, flip the switch and the bell is silent.

>Rating: 1

Not what I expected

I returned this product before using it
True to size

The description does not explain what this is. This is a bell that rings on its own from going over bumps. This is not the kind of bell you ring by pushing/pulling a lever. So, it will ring when it wants to, not when you want it to. There is no way I would put this on my bike, it would drive me crazy. I sent it back.

There is a switch to activate it and deactivate it. Simply flip the switch when you see traffic and you want noise. Flip it off when you don't.

Its a MTB trail bell. Not an intended use type bell. There are a tone of reviews out their about the best bell for different cycling disciplines. I am surprised you never checked looked into them.

Can't really blame him for reading the description and buying based on it. I came to the page thinking I knew that it was a constant bell for trails, but then I read "It dings with the flick of a finger" and I was like, wait which is it? You can describe most bike bells that way...

>Rating: 5

works great

I've put it through the wringer
True to size

I ride crowded two-way trails near my house, and the Timber bell is definitely a helper. I can keep my momentum because most everyone hears me coming and moves over to the side, sometimes before I see them! After two years the mechanism is a bit warn, so the lever slips down. I plan to install some grip tape and it will work better again. It is nice to be able to turn it off and on so it isn't always jingling. During the pandemic, I ride with it on almost all the time.

>Rating: 4

Perfect warning device

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I've been meaning to get one of these for a while and I feel much better when I'm coming down a trail to warn peeps. I have to say that it can be loud for me but probably not too loud for others nearby. Glad that I got this to be more responsible sharing the trail