Specialized aerofly 2 bar question ....

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
jacobeh
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by jacobeh

Have you considered alternative ways of having a bell on your bike? Something like https://www.closethegap.cc/ and I'm sure there are other solutions out there

sychen
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by sychen

Thanks jacob have considered that but my current setup have my Garmin and fly12 cam/light mounted to my stem bolt mount. Nothing I've found so far that can incorporate all 3 on the stem mount. Closethegap does have all three in one mount but we are back to Handlebar mount.

With the Oi.. I have a bell that doesn't look like one.. And is pretty much part of the Handlebar without sticking out.
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Stueys
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by Stueys

jacobeh wrote:
Fri Nov 09, 2018 9:20 am
Have you considered alternative ways of having a bell on your bike? Something like https://www.closethegap.cc/ and I'm sure there are other solutions out there
Not seen that before, nice product

alexmcm09
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by alexmcm09

sychen wrote:
Fri Nov 09, 2018 8:32 am
Australia

If not for the car focused culture, crazy drivers and nanny state government.. Would be a cycling paradise.
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So the law is actually worded incredibly vaguely, which opens up some options for you.

Technically all you need to comply is a warning device fitted to your bike. I had a little bell from a Lindt chocolate bunny zip tied to a rear light mount. A lot of my mates just mounted a bell to their front hub. It's obviously a silly solution but so is the law so it seems to fit nicely in my eyes.

Moving the bell would mean the aerofly bars fit perfectly 👌

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