Spurcycle Bike Bell Review

Spurcycle Bike Bell Beach CruiserSpurcycle Bike Bell Test | Photo Mike Hardaker Mountain Weekly

Ting, ting, is the sound the Spurcycle Bell makes as it goes down the bike path.  One of the cleanest, long-range bells you will ever hear that easily fits onto the handlebars of your favorite bicycle.

Spurcycle Bell Sound

USA Made Spurcycle Bike Bell

Spurcycle Bike Bell | Photo Mike Hardaker Mountain Weekly News

Available in 2 sizes to accommodate most handlebar widths the Spurcycle Bell offers a clean design that can be added to just about any bicycle on the market including mtb, road bikes, and even old beach cruisers. The Spurcycle Bell looks beautiful with its stainless steel design but the real reason to buy this bell is for the crisp tones that resonate up to 3 times longer than other bike bells.

One of my favorite things to do with the Spurcycle is to ride through a tunnel and hit the bell.  The sounds continue to vibrate throughout the tunnel long after you’ve passed through.

Installing the Bell

The only hiccup with this bike bell comes in the form of setting it up.  To attach the Spurcycle to your bike you’ll need a  2.5mm hex tool which is not included in the Spurcycle box?

Once attached the Spurcycle Bike Bell easily stays in place and if anything becomes something you’ll find yourself using more than you really have to.  Again the sound that comes off the Spurcycle is much more harmonic than any dull sounding standard bike bell on the market, think orchestra sounds and you get an idea of what the Spurcycle Bike Bell delivers.

Overall Impression

Beach Cruiser Bike in Wyoming

Spurcycle Bike Bell Perfect for Beach Cruisers | Photo Mike Hardaker Mountain Weekly


Spurcycle Bike Bells ($49) are available in 2 colors, Raw of Black DLC (currently sold out).  With a lifetime guarantee, Spurclcye Bike Bells which are made in the USA is surely something you and your family will own for generations to come.

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About the Author

Mike Hardaker
Mike Hardaker grew up surfing and snowboarding in Orange County and followed his love of surfing to Hawaii before eventually moving to the mountains to concentrate on snowboarding. He went on to found Mountain Weekly News based in Jackson, Wyoming.

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