Beep is a small, independent accessory company based in Australia. Their hand-painted bells combine quality craftmanship with a love of the beauty in cycling. The unique bells are available in tons of styles, in themes ranging from “animals” to “foodie” to “nature.” Pictured above: Mandala in Night.
Electra bikes are all about fun – bold colors and swooping designs. Their focus on the joy of cycling shows through in their bell designs as well. The Ding Dong bells are oversized handlebar bells, available in a variety of fun patterns, with a joyful “ding dong” doorbell style ring. Picture above: Triple Scoop.
The Crane Suzu bell is a classic brass handlebar bell crafted in Japan. Focusing on timeless design and sound quality, this little brass number rings loud and clear, and sounds more like a call to prayer than an approaching bicycle.
When Australian bike accessory company Knog ran the “Oi” bell through Kickstarter, it basically broke the bike internet, raising over a million dollars on a $20,000 goal. Why so popular? Because the bell doesn’t look like a bell. These streamlined little brass clasps are perfect for paired down cyclists who aim for simplicity, and they sound beautiful too.
Aiming at the higher end of the bicycle market, the classic Spurcycle Bell has been carefully engineered from brass and stainless steel to deliver one of the most powerful rings available on the market. With its handsome good looks, versatility (it fits any handlebars), and USA-made quality, this bell is a popular choice among urban riders.
Easily taking the prize in the name category, the Alexander Graham Bell is a classic brass bell designed to compliment your bike style without taking up your handlebar space. The bell is built to replace 10mm 1 1/8″ headset spacer, freeing up your handlebars for lights, a basket, or whatever you choose.
Luvelo Bicycle bells are a classic ding-dong bell designed for 22 mm handlebars. They’re available in a variety of fun patterns to act as an extension of your bike style. Pictured above: Pistachio.
Sögreni is a Danish bike-maker who makes handcrafted bicycles and accessories. The bells, available in copper, brass, steel or zinc, are an unusual streamlined design producing a classic metal bell ring.
Lion Bell Works is a British bicycle company specializing in classic metal bells. The Urban bicycle bell is made from nickel silver and stainless steel, and is available with handlebar or stem mounts.
While it may not be the prettiest bell(e) at the ball, it certainly is the loudest. The Hornit cycle horn is a small package capable of packing a serious punch, a 140 decibel punch to be exact. It has two sounds, piercing and car horn, fits all bikes, and has a remote trigger that is safe to use while braking. Great for serious commuters on busy city streets.