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Mirrycle Original Incredibell

Make yourself heard on the trail or on the road with this lightweight and simple safety bell
  • $11.00

Item # 723524

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  • Adjustable bell mounts to most handlebars, is compact and loud enough to be heard when coming from behind
  • Made of lightweight alloy that won't rust and keeps true sound

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Mirrycle Original Incredibell

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Best use Cycling

Mirrycle Original Incredibell

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Rated 2out of5
by fromnot as effective as other styles When riding on greenway trails or anywhere where I mix with walkers/joggers, I think it is basic courtesy and safety to give a warning when passing from behind. A bell is a good way to do that because it is easy, can be heard from a great distance or through headphones, and most people recognize its meaning immediately. I even get an occasional "thank you" after ringing. However, this one only sounds one note when you thumb it, and it seems to not be noticed easily by pedestrians. I still surprise them or get very close before they notice me. The bells that make 2 notes or a "brrrring" sound are much more noticeable. However, it is very small and light. This one sits in my parts box.
Date published: 2011-08-17
Rated 4out of5
by fromGreat bell for small bars. I bought this because my commute involves some greenway time and I got tired of yelling "on your left". The bell gets the job done and is audible within 30-40 feet if they're not wearing headphones. Only problem is the mounting bracket only goes up to 26 mm which didn't fit my road bars. I ended up attaching it to the steerer (my commute setup is jacked up) to save bar space and to be more discreet, but if you've slammed your stem that's not an option. I've since bought an Adjustabell for my road bike which will fit anywhere (I put it on my top tube). I appreciate the small size and black color since I don't really like having bells on my bikes, but I need it for the greenways.
Date published: 2014-06-20
Rated 5out of5
by fromHappy little bell I ride a commuter trail quite frequently. The travelers on this trail range from Lance Armstrongs to roller skaters to doddling babies with a dog on a zippy leash. This little bell has a happy, non-offensive, courteous way of saying please contain your little dog, I don't want to squash him with a smiley face at the end. :0) I doesn't rattle like another bell I tried and its just loud enough to not scare people. Great little device that has added to my level of courteousness and general enjoyment of riding the trail.
Date published: 2014-06-19
Rated 4out of5
by fromGood Bell, So-So Mount I can see where another reviewer is coming from concerning the one-ding nature of this bell, but I would also say that it's not hard to give two pings or more in a short amount of time. The bell is clear, loud and doesn't draw too much attention to itself - all things I was looking for in a bell, and I am happy!
Date published: 2014-05-26
Rated 5out of5
by fromVertical tap > horizontal pull Allows you to control the intensity of the ringing - a quick flick or two for a casual 'heads up' or have at it to send a more severe warning
Date published: 2013-10-30

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