Spurcycle presents a new version of their Compact Bell, now available for drop bar bikes too

Spurcycle brings its powerful ring to every rider, by expanding the range of the Compact Bell, designed with a larger clamp diameter to mount near the stem of a modern road or gravel bike.

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Bend(OR)/Amsterdam(NL) – 23/06/22. Spurcycle presents today its newest version of the Compact Bell, the 31.8. Spurcycle is convinced that the sound of its beautifully designed bells can be heard everywhere and in every ride, from casual commuting to fast grupettos. In fact, they assert that fast bikes need loud bells!

Spurcycle has been producing carefully executed bicycle accessories that have become iconic favorites for over a decade, and the Compact 31.8 is not an exception; after resonating for a few years among dedicated mountain bikers, the product is now available in two sizes to accommodate both flat bar and modern drop bar riders.

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The Compact 31.8 has the same premium specs as the previously available Compact 22.2. Made in Taiwan of composite nylon with brass alloy Dome, both versions weigh about 53 grams and are Guaranteed for Life.

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Continuing a Revolution

Spurcycle launched its first bicycle bell in August 2013 via a Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign. Widely imitated by other brands and replica manufacturers over the years since, Spurcycle’s Original Bell stood out by its design, artisan construction, and powerful sound, soon referred to by people as simply the “the best bell ever”. Spurcycle Bells and other cycling accessories are recognized and available around the world. For the first time the Spurcycle team will show their range of products at Eurobike, introducing a new product that will demonstrate clear vision.

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