Spurcycle has a lot of made in the U.S.A products that we have been digging. Inside we take a look at some of their items that work great as a gift for yourself or someone special. Video Overview Key Clip If you’re looking for a swanky gift for yourself or someone special this year the Spurcycle Key clip ($39) might fit the bill. Made in the U.S.A., this titanium clip comes in handy to secure keys or even ID badges to a belt buckle or anything you want to clip your keys onto. Like all good bike products, the Spurcycle Ti clip doubles as a bottle opener. The titanium clip is lightweight and Spurcycle says it only weighs 20g. Ours was even lighter at 19g. Spurcycle Bell The Spurcycle Bell ($49) is a beautiful U.S.A. bell composed of brass and stainless teel. It has a nice tone that can easily be heard from afar and has been working very well for us. A bell can be quite useful on the trail and the lever is easy to actuate and alert upcoming riders, walkers, or hikers that may or may not see you on the trail. Don’t be fooled by the cheap knock-off bells on Amazon if you’re after a loud high quality bell in our opinion. Our Spurcycle bell weighed in at a mere 41g as well. Spurcycle backs their products with service and warranty. If you ever have a problem with your bell or want it refreshed, they’re more than willing to step up. Our bicycle bells include a promise to be the best now and forever. That means we guarantee them for the life of ownership. Should you ever find your bell isn’t performing as expected or would like us to make it sparkle for you, just send it back to our shop for a complete factory overhaul. – Spurcycle Spurcycle also makes a variety of other products like their weatherproof foldable Dyneema fabric Multi Pouch, Ti tool, Hip Pack, and more. Check back daily throughout the month of December as we post more content in our 25 days of Sickness!
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Talent. Some are born with it. They use it to make beautiful shapes. Tenacity. Others train tirelessly. In order to achieve extraordinary things. Paul combines talent AND tenacity. This allows him to do what no other has done so far. It’s on his own dirt in the south west of France that Paul Couderc, along with Léon Perrin and JB Liautard (members of our Media Team) attempted and failed on many occasions, to be able to finally offer us this piece of art full of emotion!
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