Connor Johnsonwrote a review of Spurcycle Bell on May 4, 2018
Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Hello, welcome to my Spur Cycle bell review! You're probably scanning reviews, wondering how a bell can cost $50-60 dollars! I too, was a non believer, but am here to spread the good ding of the Spur Cycle Bell!
If you live in an area with high traffic (or remote and you want to keep away those scary bears), a bell is a great idea on a bike. My requirements were wanting one that was relatively subtle looking, was louder than an screaming infant, and could get used and abused on the trail and not instantly explode. Lets go through these to see how it fairs.
Low key looking: check. Its a bit more obvious than something like the Knog bells, but I had one that style that pretty instantly fell apart after one of the springs came out.
Loud Factor: DING DING (shout this out loud and will be close to as loud as this bell is). Yes, and it has a lovely after ring.
It has been through considerably more use than other my bells have and still truckin' along. Its easy to install and I've now bought them for literally all of my bikes.