Introducing the Timber Mountain Bike Bell. The TimberBell is a new type of bell that rings when you need it and stays quiet when you do not. Featuring a compact design, the TimberBell tucks neatly out of the way on your handlebar. If you are approaching a congested section of trail simply switch the lever from stealth mode to ring mode, then place your hands securely back on both grips, the TimberBell does all the work for you. Once you have passed the other trail users just flip the bell back to stealth mode.
The first bell designed specifically for mountain biking
Fits 22 mm - 35 mm handlesbars
Timber rings handsfree when not in stealth mode
Timber is 100% silent while not in ring mode
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If you respect other trail users it is in your best interest to signal your presence. Now it has never been easier than with the Timber Mountain Bike Bell.
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I am a believer in trail bells and have used one for some time now. My last bell attached with velcro. The velcro wore out and I lost the bell. The Timber MB Bell caught my eye. It's expensive, but I like things that work well. It's attachment is sturdy and it comes with a replacement bungie. The stealth feature is awesome. My only complaint is that the bell sounds like I should be selling ice cream.
I do a lot of mixed-terrain rides and often use rails trails and multi-use trails in my travels. This thing is $20 well spent. On the Rail Trail people hear you from far off and it makes passing very easy and friendly experience. In the woods it helps in not surprising dogs horses and hikers. My interactions with other Trail users has been so much more pleasant with this bell, the passive nature of the noise is less jarring to people in front of you than a traditional bell and I like that I just flip the switch and it rings away while I focus on riding. Cyclists are the first to be banned from trails when people complain so it goes a long way towards more shared trails. Trails are for EVERYONE to enjoy.