Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Meet Lewis the Traffic Droid


Two summers ago, the BBC reported that the number of people biking in London had reached a record high. With so many bikes out on the streets, you’d expect London to be a haven for cyclists. But although the city has taken measures to make cycling accessible and safe, cycling remains a hazardous mode of transportation. That’s why Londoners like Lewis are taking action.

Lewis is a long-time London resident and biker, and his commitment to keeping his city’s roads safe has turned him into a local celebrity. Lewis alerts drivers using his (loud) droid horn, a method he believes helps give cyclists equal status on the road:
"Drivers expect cyclists to ride by the curb like little kids. The moment you have a horn, you are on the same par as the driver."
We love what Lewis stands for, and we especially love the red card he pulls out on bad drivers:
“It’s a universal sign saying, ‘you fouled.’”
Watch Lewis as he talks about making use of red cards and his horn to keep himself and others safe on the road.


Saturday, June 10, 2017

Loud Bicycle horn saves person from Lyft driver veering to bike lane



A close call for William in San Francisco; faced with being run over in the bike lane and being run over in the road, thanks to his Loud Bicycle horn there was a third option:
"I honked at him and it got his attention" - William C.

http://www.loudbicycle.com

Monday, March 13, 2017

Bicycle riding in space

There is no Loud Mini on this mini bicycle from NASA because it was designed for riding on the moon... and in the vacuum of space there are no bad drivers.
John B. Slight of the MSC Flight Support Division rides an original prototype of a lunar cycle under 1/6 gravity conditions aboard a KC-135 aircraft

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.




Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Loud Classic in the Design Museum

Loud Bicycle was honored to be part of the Design Museum in Ghent Belgium in their "Bike to the Future" exhibition. Our first generation horn, Loud Classic, was presented along with other bike technology. So glad that we don't need to wait for the future to get a bicycle horn that sounds like a car horn.


To learn more about our Loud Bicycle horns go to www.loudbicycle.com/horn and to learn more about the Design Museum go to www.designmuseumgent.be/en/





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 www.loudbicycle.com/horn#buy