Found 8 posts in the archive for Bike Horns.
We want to share very exciting progress on a super hi-tech project that we’ve been working on for a couple years together with Brandon Gilles (see him and his kids biking below). We have mostly been just dreaming, but Brandon and his team have been hard at work and all the pieces are finally starting to come together! The idea […]
The Sweet Cyclists have put together a lovely review of the Loud Mini horn. "Compared to traditional bike bells or electronic horns that sound like fire alarms, the car horn sound is something drivers are universally familiar with."
Recumbent bikes and trikes are comfortable it is like exercising from your couch. But that comfort comes with a much lower profile – and even with a flag recumbent bikes and trikes can be difficult for other road users to see. Because our mission is to keep all cyclists safe, we designed our horns for […]
At Loud Bicycle, we believe in nice cycling. We designed our horns as tools for helpful communication, not aggression. With the help of Friendly Design Co. we designed a pamphlet demonstrating all the techniques one should use to stay safe biking with and without a horn, and we include it in every Loud Bicycle horn […]
E-bikes often surprise other road users with their speed, and that can get dangerous quickly. People driving have their ears constantly tuned to pick up the sound of a car horn above the bustle of noisy roads, but more importantly, they react better to the sound of a car horn than to other warning sounds […]
Loud Bicycle is bent on changing the world, one bike horn at a time. From the horn itself, to the box it’s shipped in, we want our customers to feel great about their purchase. In honor of Plastic Free July, we’d like to shine some light on the strides we’ve made environmentally as a company. […]
We have come a long way from our Kickstarter days – and in the most recent development our website has completely moved over to WordPress. Now we no longer have to rely on blogspot to host the blog over at loudbicycle.blogspot.com and can host it natively here at loudbicycle.com/blog. We will leave the old blog […]