Timber Mountain Bike Bell

May 26, 2016

Category: Gear

If you are barreling down trails at top speed – the last thing you want to do is take your hands off the handlebar in order to ding a bell. Then again, the last thing you want to do while you are barreling down your local hill is to hit some poor jogger who didn’t know you were there. Thankfully, the Timber Mountain Bike Bell solves that problem.

Using a simple mechanism, all you have to do is slide up the lever on the bell to let the clapper bang around to let others know you are near. Once you’ve passed by – just slide it closed again and be on your way. Designed to fit onto handlebars between 22 and 35mm, this is a perfect pick for any cyclist looking to avoid any backcountry collisions. Prices are set at $20. [Purchase]

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