One thing to consider as you shop for bike bells is what side you would like to put your bike bell on. Typically, bike bells will be installed on your handlebars in a way that they can easily be accessed without moving your hand too far away from the grips. Some bells are made to be used specifically on the right or left side, while other bells are versatile and can be placed on either side.
You’ll also want to determine how large the bell is. Depending on who plans to use the bell, you may want a larger or smaller bell that is more comfortable for larger or smaller hands. Smaller bells might be a better option for a child’s bike, while a larger bell can make a good addition to an adult’s bike. If you prefer a bell that sits at a lower profile and doesn’t stand out or look too obvious on your bike, there is an option that you’ll read about later in the list that will be perfect for you.
Lastly, you’ll want to determine how many bells you want (or need). Many bells can be purchased individually or in a set of two. When you purchase two bells, you can install one on the right side of your handlebars, and another on the left side, so that you always have a bell within reach. Bells in a set can be purchased in the same color, or in two different colors for a contrasting look and style.
These bells are fashionable, and deliver a crisp ringtone that can be heard easily to make for safer riding.
As long as you have a screwdriver to tighten the screw onto the handlebar, this bell will be easy to install in about one minute.
Want your bell to match your bike? No problem. Want to choose your favorite color? You can do that too. This bell can be had in your choice of seven different colors.
This bike bell is made with aluminum and ultra-tough ABS. It is strong, durable, and made to be used for a long time.
This bell can be installed easily on the left or right side. It offers a crisp loud tone that is easy for pedestrians and passing vehicles to hear.
The bell is easy to install in four simple steps. It will be attached with a screw and can be operated by your left or right hand.
This bell produces a sound at over 100 decibels. Each one offers an ergonomic design and a comfortable using experience.
This bell looks tiny, but don’t be fooled. It produces a new kind of high-pitched ring that can cut through traffic noise with a deep harmonic tone.
The cable management system helps gather your cables without hindering the performance of the bell.
This bell is easy to install and can be done in as little as one minute.
A: It depends on the diameter of your bike’s handlebars. Typically, bells are sized to be installed on handlebars between 21 and 23 millimeters. If you read the specific description of the bell that you’re looking at, you’ll be able to determine whether or not the bell will fit on your specific bike. If you’re unsure about the diameter of your bike’s handlebars, it’s best to measure them yourself or check in the item description or instruction manual included with your bike to see if a specific measurement has been listed.
A: It depends on which bike bell you purchase. On average, bike bells will ring at a volume of 70 to 80 decibels, which is similar to the volume of a busy downtown street. The loudest bike bells can ring as loud as 100 decibels. For an increased volume, you might consider purchasing multiple bells and installing both onto your bike’s handlebars. You may want to keep in mind that prolonged exposure to sounds over 100 decibels can be dangerous for your long-term hearing.