• 05-07-2007
    pahearn
    Smallest bicycle bells/horn
    Has anyone found any bells with a really small footprint and profile, or maybe a very very small electric horn? I'm looking for something inconspicuous.
  • 05-07-2007
    fsrxc
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by pahearn
    Has anyone found any bells with a really small footprint and profile, or maybe a very very small electric horn? I'm looking for something inconspicuous.

    Well, yes and no.

    I have several of these mini bells, they have a small "footprint", but are about an inch tall:
    http://www.mec.ca/Products/product_d...=1178561933715
    Most bike shops carry something similar.
  • 05-07-2007
    Longhair
    I wouldn't mind having a set of these on everything I own :skep:

  • 05-07-2007
    Brown_Teeth
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    Incredibell is real good but old folk hikers sometimes don't hear that pitch. I use an old rattler too, most hear that.
  • 05-08-2007
    mcfly


    i use a bear bell. i just loop it around my handlebar and let it bounce around.

    wifey has an incredibell...
  • 05-08-2007
    fsrxc
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by mcfly


    i use a bear bell. i just loop it around my handlebar and let it bounce around.

    wifey has an incredibell...

    Yeah, that works well too. Folks usually have moved off the trail before you get there. But, some old folks, like was mentioned, don't "hear" it, and that's another issue. I have met some very stubborn hikers on the trail, but I just try and be polite anyway.