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A bicycle bell is the traditional way of letting other road and cycle path users know that you’re there and it’s doubly useful when there are lots of people on foot about. Bells may not be glamorous, but they’re having a bit of a renaissance as accessory makers come up with bells that are more reliable and look and sound better. Here’s our pick of the best bike bells.
You’re not legally obliged to have a bicycle bell, but they can be a handy way to give a friendly warning of your approach. We favour a pleasant tone and the option to have the bell sound constantly.
There’s a huge range out there, from tiny, cheap pingers to spendy titanium units and even (allegedly) aerodynamic bells! Don’t wait till you’re almost on top of someone to sound your bell; startled pedestrians quite reasonably take umbrage, so make a small investment and let people know you’re there with a cheery ding ding… The best bike bells you can buy
The Crane E-Ne Revolver bell has a lovely, musical tone according to our reviewer, and it sung well enough to bag itself a road.cc Recommends award from us last year.
Its unusual rotary mechanism means you can fit it wherever on your handlebar suits best. It’s very well […]
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