i need a new bell.
I used to have an air horn fixed to my Chipper when I was a kid. A friend gave it to me when his dad bought a new one for his boat. I fixed it to my handlebars using jubilee clips and used to use it liberally when cycling to the shops on errands for my mum. After a succession of cars doing emergency stops and screeching to a halt in the middle of the road, people dropping their shopping and coming over all faint after stepping out in front of me, I was banned from using it when a friend of my mum’s snitched on me. The local chemist did a roaring trade in incontinence knickers that summer by all accounts. Good times.Posted 4 years agosomafunkSubscriber
I’m gonna get a torrent of ridicule for this one but i backed the following kickstarter project for the spurcycle bell in silver, cost me $35 plus $15 postage.Posted 4 years agorighogSubscriber
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I’m gonna accept a torrent of ridicule for this one but i backed the following kickstarter project for the spurcycle bell in silver, cost me $35 plus $15 postage.
I quite enjoyed their kickstarter vid, they seem to have made a bit of a success of it.
pledged of $20,000 goal
seconds to go
Good for themPosted 4 years agosomafunkSubscriber
yep, i’m a sucker for functional well designed and aesthetically pleasing items that may seem overpriced to some but i like the way it’s made and the ethos behind the manufacturing process, a generic cheap £5 bell may function just as well but i’d have no emotional attachment towards it, it’s my cash to spend and on my wages i worked 5 hours to pay for it so i obviously think it’s worth it and it should last me years of use,
ding…ding 😉Posted 4 years ago
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