Friday, February 3, 2017

Thursday, February 2, 2017

How to stay safe cycling in Los Angeles

Laura Van Loh has both the Loud Classic and the new Loud Mini horn. She uses them to help her stay safe cycling to and from work in Los Angeles.
I'm soooooo glad I have the horn. I tell everyone about it and demo it non-stop. I use it daily and it has truly saved my life. Thank you for creating it! It's AWESOME!!!!!!

To hear from more people who have Loud Bicycle horns checkout our Loud Bicycle Review page. When you are ready to get loud you can order a horn on our Loud Bicycle store.

Friday, January 27, 2017

The Coolest Loud Classic Cruiser

Roger Mathis built it himself using some old car parts "the chain ring cover is from a '63 Riviera and the tail light is from a '58 Corvette and has a Cragar hub cap cover."

We now have new Loud Classic and Loud Mini horns in stock and you can buy them at

Thursday, December 15, 2016

Loud Classic and Loud Mini newly in stock

Super excited to have Loud Classic horns back in stock and the new Loud Mini horns shipping out for the first time. Order by Dec 19th to it in time for Dec 25th (domestic).

Friday, July 1, 2016

How to stay safe biking in San Francisco

We interviewed Ty Smith for the Loud Mini Kickstarter video and put together a longer clip. Hear what it is like to bike in San Francisco with a Loud Bicycle horn and Ty's therapy dogs Penny and Guinness popping their heads out of the trailer.

How to stay safe biking in San Francisco from LoudBicycle.

For more information about the horns featured in this video go to

Thursday, June 30, 2016

ET stays safe with Loud Mini and a new helmet

Even if your best friend is a lost alien that can levitate your bicycle, it is always good to practice safe riding. Be on the lookout for UFOs and other aircraft when hover-biking, and the lightweight Loud Mini works great to warn them; it is hard to see bicycle in bike lanes and up in the air. Safe by sound.

Lets hope this screenshot is from a new remastered ET with important bike safety accessories: a helmet and a Loud Bicycle horn. Safe by sound.

Sunday, March 20, 2016

Anyone can be a cyclist

The Loud Classic horn joined quieter signalling apparatus for bicycles in a beautiful art piece by Lisa Schuchmann. Visitors were invited to ring the bell, squeeze the squeezy horn and honk the Loud Bicycle horn.

Proper warning was given to people who wanted to honk though, WARNING VERY LOUD, was spelled out on the button. The exhibit was part of "FOCUS Experiments in Photographic Interpretation" and hosted at the Aidekman Arts Center. While it housed the exhibit, the Koppelman Gallery was surely the loudest art gallery in the world.

Lisa says that anyone can be a cyclist – its true – anyone can ride a bicycle or recumbent trike. That is why at Loud Bicycle we just call ourselves people that bike.