Spurcycle Bicycle Bell

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As the biking community grows in urban neighborhoods it becomes increasingly important to look out for cyclists on roadways. A convincing way for pedestrians, cars, and other cyclists to stay alert is for bikers to use bells as they travel. Until now, most bells mounted on handlebars were clunky and ineffectively loud. The designers of the Spurcycle bells are looking to change this industry norm. The Spurcycle bell is small, sleek, and above all, it works. A stainless steel casing is precision cut in the USA, and measures at at minimum 32mm wide. A brass clapper strikes the metal dome, producing a ring up to 3x longer than other industry models, and noticeable at a distance of more than 50 feet. The two finishes, raw stainless or black DLC (Diamond like Carbon) attach securely to the bike’s handlebar, and are sure to streamline any ride.

Elizabeth McAvoy

Elizabeth

Elizabeth is currently studying Industrial Design at the Rhode Island School of Design. She is interested in the interaction between people and their environment, and how these relationships change through a personal interaction with design. Her work concentrates in fashion and home accessories with a playful edge.

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