Fwd: Frankenbells Help Clear a Path Forward

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Rob Hawks

Nov 5, 2021, 12:59:14 PM11/5/21
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Hi all,

These are generally pretty pricey accessories, but they are very well made and for a short while if you buy one it will help local advocacy organizations. (Not sure if MBC, SABA and Bike Eastbay are on their list though). I just bought 3 of them and in checking the quality I can't really see why they were considered cosmetically flawed.

Just fyi in case you are looking for a really good bell that is very durable.

rob hawks

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From: Spurcycle <in...@spurcycle.com>
Date: Wed, Oct 27, 2021 at 9:00 AM
Subject: Frankenbells Help Clear a Path Forward
To: <rob....@gmail.com>


Frankenbells are known for powerful resonance and minor cosmetic imperfections. Now they have purpose too. We're donating 10% of all Frankenbell sales to non-profit organizations seen ghostbusting year-round. Safer streets, new bike lanes, stronger and more inclusive communities—a better experience for people who ride and more people riding bikes.

Learn more about our donee organizations
Bend Bikes, San Francisco Bicycle Coalition, Adventure Cycling Association, The League of American BicyclistsLos Angeles County Bike Coalition


Get a bell here. Already have a bell? Please consider donating directly to your local bicycle coalition or trail alliance. Good things are happening!

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Nov 13, 2021, 2:08:13 AM11/13/21
to San Francisco Randonneurs
Every Spur Cycle bell I've purchased has been a franken bell.  Same as Rob, I've never noticed a cosmetic issue that was visible at all.
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