The Spurcycle Sapphire bell is more than just another pretty face – $25 per bell is to be donated to two bicycle non-profits. Now you can have your cake, eat it and feel good about it!
This week Spurcycle, creators of the precision Spurcycle bell, have released a limited edition Spurcycle Sapphire bell. Like all the company’s limited edition efforts – these bells sell out fast. In this case, that bodes well for the two chosen beneficiaries: San Francisco Bike Coalition and Bend Bikes.
With business operations situated in both locales – San Francisco, California and Bend, Oregon – Spurcycle co-founders Clint and Nick Slone have seen firsthand how each of these non-profits contributes to improving infrastructure in the community. “While we like to ride for fun, encouraging more bicycle use for transportation has always been a driving factor for us,” said Nick Slone. “These are bells that will move people toward a better future.”
These strikingly beautiful bells with a Sapphire blue striker retail for $69 and are available only through Spurcycle’s website. San Francisco Bike Coalition and Bend Bikes will share equally twenty-five dollars from the sale of every Sapphire bell. Sapphire bells – with black diamond like carbon domes – are made in the USA and are guaranteed for life. * * *
Spurcycle’s Sapphire Bell is available at spurcycle.com. It is the most recent collaboration of brothers Nick and Clint Slone, following the recent Compact Bell for flat bar bikes.