Trigger Bell

The best and safest bike bell for all bikes

Ring while braking and remaining in complete control

Ring Trigger Bell without compromising your own safety as there is no need to loosen your grip or to choose between braking and ringing.

The bike bell fits on the rubber grip of all bikes and scooters so now’s the time to make yourself and other road users safer.

See below for how you can ring your Trigger Bell while braking.

Flat bars

Drop bars

9/10
The Trigger Bell bike bell is so well thought out and nicely executed that I think it would be my first choice of bell for most bikes

Ian Walker
4,300km Trans-European Race Winner
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Metres sooner

Cycling at just 10mph, you can ring up to 5 metres sooner than a traditional bell, keeping you safer. Patented, under handlebar position, means 9 out of every 10 cyclists say Trigger Bell is safer to use than a traditional bell.

Trigger Bell was literally a life-saver, being able to use my bell and hit hard on the brakes I was able to avoid an accident.

Metod
UK
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Rings Per Second

Trigger Bell position allows you ring up to 5 times per second while braking and staying in complete control. Trigger Bell’s trigger is always within easy reach of your thumb making it very quick to ring.

Watch the Trigger Bell bike bell in action

Trigger Bell Awards

Cycling Brew
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Best Overall 2022
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Reviews

Calibre Magazine
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All-in-all, it’s a very clever piece of design and one I highly recommend.
Evening Standard
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This little wonder (bike bell) has been designed so it can be used quickly while braking, turning and changing gear.
Tripleshot Cycling
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It’s really quite awesome… and can easily ding it with my thumb without lifting my hand from the hoods. This is crucial when riding on trails.
Road.cc
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9/10. Well designed and works on almost any bike – if you want a small but useful bell, look no further than this.
Cyclist
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Always within reach and nice sounding, the Trigger Bell will suit drop bar users better than a standard model.

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Safer Cycling On Any Bike

Fits directly on the handlebar grip of all bikes including mountain bikes, city bikes, racing bikes (on drops and hoods), electric bikes and foldables.

Examples of fitted Trigger Bells

Features

1

Beautiful brass bell

2

Flexible strap

3

Industrial strength spring

4

Small size

5

Light weight

High quality brass is used for a warmer, longer and clearer tone than cheaper aluminium bells

Fits handlebars between 20mm and 48mm in diameter, or elliptical handlebars with a maximum circumference of 150mm

Can be replaced with standard 4.8mm x 200mm releasable cable tie (or other length as required). Insutructions below

The bike bell trigger has been tested to over 50,000 rings and still going strong

Compact at only 3.9 cm long x 3.3 cm wide x 2.5 cm tall

The cool bike bell weighs only 23 grams

Fit in 60 seconds

No tool required and can be easily fitted in only 60 seconds. Includes a spare, reusable cable tie and rubber backing to ensure a snug and secure fit.

5 year warranty

100% satisfaction guarantee. Your Trigger Bell is made in Britain and is built to last. If you encounter any issues in the first 5 years we’ll refund it or replace it free of charge.

Fitting Instructions

Drop Bars

Drop bars

  1. With a correctly fitted Trigger Bell v6 you can brake and ring 5 times per second
  2. Find where the Trigger Bell hammer should sit on your LEFT handlebar;
  3. Your thumb comfortably sits where bell hammer should be
  4. Release the cable tie with a fingernail or screwdriver
    1. Fingernail: Locate the cable tie release mechanism and hold it with a fingernail; With your other hand pull the cable tie through the chassis
    2. Screwdriver: Use a small flat head screwdriver to hold back the release mechanism; With your other hand pull the cable tie through the chassis
  5. To position correctly, turn the bell upside down and wrap around the left hood
  6. Insert the loose end into the chassis and pull through to roughly secure Trigger Bell
  7. Test the position to ensure you can ring, brake and change gear
  8. Adjust if necessary and test again
    Secure in position by pulling the loose end of the cable tie again; Firmly pull down on the cable tie while applying upward pressure on the bell to hear a few more clicks
  9. Test for safer ringing
  10. Finally, trim loose cable tie leaving about 0.5cm excess
  11. If you need to tighten your cable tie a little more… grip loose end with pliers and apply upward pressure to bell; Listen for 1-2 more clicks

Flat bars

  1. With a correctly fitted Trigger Bell v6 you can brake and ring 5 times per second
  2. Find where the Trigger Bell hammer should sit; Your thumb comfortably sits where bell hammer should be
  3. If required, loosen the cable tie with a fingernail or screwdriver
    1. Fingernail: Locate the cable tie release mechanism and hold it with a fingernail; With your other hand pull the cable tie through the chassis
    2. Screwdriver: Use a small flat head screwdriver to hold back the release mechanism; With your other hand pull the cable tie through the chassis
  4. To reattach, simply feed the cable tie back through the chassis
  5. Position correctly: Bell pointing forward and below left brake
  6. Tighten cable tie: Hold the bell in place and pull the loose end to ring while braking
  7. Final tighten: Hold the loose end
    and push the bell down;
    Hear 1-2 more clicks
  8. Test for safer ringing
  9. Finally, trim loose cable tie leaving
    about 0.5cm excess
  10. If you need to tighten your cable tie a little more… grip loose end with pliers and apply downward pressure to bell; Listen for 1-2 more clicks

Other instructions

  1. Locate the cable tie release mechanism
  2. With a small flat head screwdriver, hold back the release mechanism
  3. Pull the cable tie free from below the chassis

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