Shop Our Wide Variety of Harley® Ride Bells – For Protection Against the Evil of Gremlins
We already know that evil lurks in the hearts of some men? We can deal with these folks because they are human. It’s those unseen little devils and evil gremlins that that lurk around every corner that we must contend with each and every time we ride – getting rid of these mean, nasty spirits is more difficult.
So, what’s the answer when dealing with these critters? The answer is a Ride Bell. Ride Bells, Gremlin Bells, Guardian Bells, and Spirit Bells - no matter what you call them, many say they protect motorcyclists from the evil that is waiting to jump on-board your motorcycle at every turn.
Follow the legend of good luck and trap those ugly, dirty little devils – trap them in a bell. There are, however, a few rules you must remember.
- Bells are more powerful if given as a gift.
- Hang the bell to the lowest part of the bike’s frame.
- If you sell the bike, remove the bell as its power won’t be extended to another
- Woe to a person who steals a ride bell - the gremlins are already angry at being trapped. If stolen, the gremlins unleash holy hell upon the thief. The result is definitely not good - probably something you don't want to see, for sure.
Now that you know the basics, we're sure you see the wisdom of Ride Bells. Our ride bells come in a variety of styles, including Willie G, skulls, hearts, various Harley® logos, and flames. There are bells finished with pink crystals for the ladies, too. Always ride safe, and hang a bell for that extra measure of protection. Don't believe in gremlins? Why push it? This answer is, because no one really knows. Remember, the absence of evidence is not evidence of absence. We think those gremlins are out there, even if you can't see them.
Bells bearing Harley-Davidson® logos and trademarks are manufactured under Harley-Davidson® license by MOD® Jewelry Group. Don’t be afraid of these gremlins. Just remember to never, ever, under any condition, ride without a Ride Bell. Get protected today from WisconsinHarley.com.