Last year I got into biking and purchased a Marin used police bike. I hadn’t ridden a bike in years but I decided to add another way to get a workout besides using my weights in my workout shed. My wife also purchased a bike at the same time so we can now go out on bike rides together.
After my first bike ride, I realized really quickly that I needed to be able to see cars coming up behind me for safety’s sake. So what would I do for a bike mirror? I really wanted a handle mirror for bike riding and I knew that I could purchase a mirror that attaches to my bike helmet as well.
I really didn’t want one that stayed in place and was really looking for more of a portable/removable mirror. So, I decided to go with the Bell SmartView 300 Bike Mirror. At first, I bought one for my bike and my wife would borrow it when she wanted to go for a bike ride. But, since we were going on bike rides together, I needed to buy another one for her bike.
That was perfectly fine though because they go for short money, roughly $10, for a bike mirror that attaches using Velcro. You can check out my video YouTube review below:
As you can see from the video, it works really well for seeing anything behind you and it’s portable! That was definitely the key feature for me. You can check out the features of this bike mirror below:
Bell SmartView 300 Bike Mirror Features
- Product Dimensions – 13.3 x 4 x 1.8 inches
- Shipping Weight – 3.5 oz
- Color – Black
- Item Model # 7015978
- Extra wide slightly convex mirror for a clear, accurate view of traffic.
- Fully adjustable pivoting head fits riders visibility needs.
- Hook and loop strap provides easy On/Off attachment.
If you too could use a portable bike mirror for short money, you may also want to look into the Bell SmartView 300 Bike Mirror. If you have any questions please leave them in the comments on the YouTube video or below.
Bob started his passion site, TotallyUniqueLife, back in 2009. The website is geared toward fitness, tips, DIY, life hacks, and reviews. Bob has been a fitness and weightlifting enthusiast for the past 50 years. He has also been passionate about woodworking and DIY over the years. He has been formally trained in woodworking at the Homestead Woodworking School in NH.
He enjoys sharing his knowledge of fitness, woodworking, and DIY on his website and YouTube channel with the same name – TotallyUniqueLife.