Bicycle Bells

Bicycle bells are your way of communicating with others on the path.  Far less confusing than the “On your Left”, the universal sound of a bell alerts pedestrians, cyclists and dogs of your presence.  Each of these bells is featured because it has a pleasing tone, with brass providing the best ring.  Some are louder than others, to the point that they can cut through a jogger’s headphones, but these bells can also scare people if taken unaware.

Crane Bells

$27.99 is a lot for a bell.  This Japanese made bell is worth it though.  No plastic pieces and a long lasting tone.


Incredibell Duet

$11.99  This is not a flashy bell, but the duet has a very nice ring, and the first or second tone can be easily muffled if you want to be less obtrusive.  This is the bell I rely upon on my mountain bikes.  Although the mount is plastic, I have yet to brake one.  This is a strong endorsement, especially considering that several of the bikes these bells have been on have not lasted this long.

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Incredibell Big Brass


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PDW King of Ring

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Planet Bike Courtesy Bell

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Origin 8 Time Clock


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Horn Display

Bell Display