The Spurcycle Bell is single-handedly the classiest way to make your bike street-legal.
Spurcycle distilled the average bell into a trim, precision form. Smaller, more potent, and more streamlined -- built to ring far longer than any bell you've ever owned.
Pointers from Spurcycle on caring for your bell:
TIP 1: When we assemble bells, we place a small amount of lubricant in the pivot. We've cycled the pivot tens of thousands of times, both dry and lubricated. The difference in wear is minor but just a drop of lube every year is a good idea. TIP 2: The brass hammer is covered in Renaissance wax during assembly. This will slow the oxidation process that leads to a patinated surface. If at any point you want to restore some brilliance to your bell, any gentle metal polish will quickly deliver results. Actually, it's a good way to add extra shine to the brushed dome finish if that's your preference. TIP 3: Brass is a pretty soft metal. After impacting the Dome over a length of time, the Hammer can leave a little brass mark—more obvious on the black Domes. It's just a little surface deposit of brass and can be removed using a soft rag and metal polish to lightly buff out the spot.
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