Arundel Bell

Arundel Bell
Arundel Bell
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Bell by Arundel
We all need to make a little noise at times on the roads, and we agree with the guys at Arundel who argue that the sweet ring of a bell sounds much, much better than yelling. With their smooth, rounded profile and classic finishes, the Isabell, Maybell, and Jezebell allow you to communicate respectfully without ruining the aesthetics of your frame. They're each designed with a durable stainless steel thumbscrew, which makes taking the bell off for racing quick and easy.

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SKU: ARU000C
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