I'm not a specialist in vintage bicycles. However, I have found this bicycle bell in Ukrainian forest. It is supposed to be a part of vintage French bike, but I cannot find the equivalent in Internet. If somebody knows, help me, please
I ride along footpaths around here quite often - mostly part of cycle routes or just shared cycle paths
Anyway - I have a problem about what to do with walkers and would like to hear other people's ideas and experience.
In theory - when I come up behind some walkers I should ring my...
I was looking for an alternative to a bell on my bike as they seems to startle pedestrians and cause them to move into your path, when all you want to do is tell them you are coming.
I have tried calling out, but its not always reacted to and just heard as someone talking behind them.
While on holiday in Calan Bosch Menorca,have i told you i have been away.So in one of the many gift shops i found a lovely bicycle bell, a really nice summer blue with a white bicycle on.The numpties on the tow path should here me behind them now,it makes a right racket.
Residents of Bell End in Sandwell have started a petition to get their street renamed.
I wonder if the residents of Lickey End will be doing the same?
Hi, my current bell is fine... until it rains. When it's wet it just doesn't "ring" at all. effectively useless. I've lived with it, but it was dangerous this morning. So could you please recommend a bell that you know works well even when wet. Not looking for anything crazy like an airhorn...
I hate it. No matter how friendly the tone of the toot, it seems assertive if not aggressive.
I only use my bell on bicycle** paths when I require action from pedestrians. If I am able to pass them with a wide berth, then I will do so without disturbing them, or maybe a nod or a "good...
I am working away in Amsterdam at the moment and for whatever reason, we were all given a cycle bell today (promoting the show and Amsterdam )
As you can see from the pics, it's massive !! Very doubtful it'll go on the road bike, but maybe the fixie.
My neighbour handed me my parcel with the words, "have you asked Amazon to deliver it straight to us then?"
No is the answer but I'm failing to hear the knocker and the last two doorbells have all died. My faith in doorbells being diminished I have not yet dipped into the 'pick a doorbell'...