Monday, November 25, 2019

Keeping families safe with Loud Mini

Peter Stormare (who you may have seen in such blockbuster hits as Fargo and The Big Lebowski) contacted us recently, because he wanted to share with us how much he and his family loves our horns. He rides with his daughter, Kaiya, to school every day, and wouldn’t dream of doing so without their Loud Minis in tow.

This month, we at Loud Bicycle would love to see more families riding together, and so we’re going to take Peter’s sage advice and help more families around the world to get LOUD. Please sign up for our mailing list and check our social media feeds on facebook and twitter to see how we can help you.

If you’re as excited about family ridership as we are, we hope that you’ll Loud Bicycle and help your family to become a Loud Family :)

Happy leaves-crunching-under-tire season!

—The Loud Bicycle Team

Monday, August 26, 2019

Podcast Loud Bicycle Makes Bicycles Safe

Great discussion about bicycle safety on the Evelo Electric Bikes podcast.
Loud Bicycle, believes that one of the ways to improve safety is to speak the language of the road. – Jonathan Lansey

Thursday, August 22, 2019

Bikepacking with a Loud Brompton Folding Bicycle

Sam Mitchell recently his experience, bikepacking on a folding bike with Loud Mini and we were enthralled ... so naturally we had to share his photos and comments.
The bike I took on a tour to the outer hebrides (300 miles approx) is a rohloff geared 28 speed Brompton! You cant always be on the quiet paths and the slow speed of a tourer, people need to know you are there. Plus the look on a country farmers face as the bike cruises by with the two tone beeping. Pretty good! But I also ride it in London with the horn constantly, commuting bike on steroids. As you can see Loud Mini fits very nicely into the handlebars of the Brompton with some velcro keeping it in place, thus it comes away easily for stowing. It's such a great product. –– Sam 

Here we can see his Loud Mini creatively sandwiched in there - though we recommend hanging Loud Mini from the handlebars as shown below.

Here is a photo from @luisggpina  of Loud Mini attached the way that is easiest on a Brompton folding bike.

Saturday, May 4, 2019

Loud Classic and Airplanes

Amazing photo from bicycle rider and skydiver Slobodan Markovic. He sent us this quote about the photo:
"german bike, American sound, assembled in Serbia"

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Even New Yorkers hear the Loud Mini bicycle horn

Watch 3 minutes of New Yorkers jumping out of their skins when they hear Loud Mini.

Thanks Bike Mi Vie for sharing the video.

Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Loud Mini and our friend ActionKid just featured

We can all agree that riding a bicycle in New York City is a lot less scary when your bike horn sounds like a car horn. Check out ActionKid's youtube page for more videos of riding a bike in NYC.

Friday, August 31, 2018

Detailed unboxing of Loud Classic bike horn

Were you wondering what the Loud Classic horn looks like on the inside? We were lucky to have The Rave Element do a detailed unboxing video.

"I got the shock of my life when I pressed this horn" - The Rave Element

You can buy Loud Classic and Loud Mini horns on our store page here: