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Biker Guardian Bell
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10 December 2009

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My Biker Guardian Bell, thanks Nay!

A parcel came in the mail addressed to Nay

I said to Nay "what ya got there?"

Nay said "nothing just a little christmas gift for you".
She then hid it away!

Well it took me until later that night with a whole lot of badgering for her to give it to me now.

I love getting unexpected little surprises!!

Nay had bought me this Biker Guardian Bell to keep the road spirits (those nasty gremlins) away from me and the motorcycle on the big trip across the Nullarbor in March 2010.

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The Guardian Bell really does ring
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Guardian Bell attached to the C50

I was so excited to get one, I had been looking at them but didn't want to get one myself as receiving one from a loved one or friend doubles its powers!

I've put "The Legend of the Bell" below, just for a bit of fun and a picture of what I think the little gremlins look like. LOL

Keep on riding and drive those gremlins insane... Mark

The Biker Guardian Bell Explained

Legend has it that Evil Road Spirits have been latching themselves on to motorcycles for as long as there have been bikes on the road. These Evil Road Spirits are responsible for mechanical problems and bad luck along a journey.

Legend goes on to say that by attaching a small bell onto your bike, the Evil Road Spirits will become trapped inside the bell where the constant ringing drives them insane, making them lose their grip until they fall to the ground. (Ever wonder where potholes come from?)

Legend also has it that the mystery of the Guardian™ Bell carries twice as much power when it is purchased by a friend or loved one and given as a gift.

Show someone how much you care. Offer them defense against the Evil Road Spirits! Give a Guardian™ Bell and share the Legend of Good Luck it offers to a motorcycle and its rider!

You can now purchase biker guardian bells online from us:

Click here to browse our biker guardian bells range

The Legend of the Guardian® Bell

Many years ago, on a chilly moonlit night, an old biker with saddlebags filled with toys and trinkets for the local orphanage, was returning from a long trip.

Nearing the end of his journey, on the side of the highway, lurked a small group of evil little critters. You know the ones, they always leave obstacles like old shoes, pieces of old tyres and other odd things on the road, they also dig those dreaded potholes for bikers to hit and crash, thus giving them a chance to rejoice over their acts of evil. They are... Road Gremlins!

As the old biker rounded a curve, the gremlins ambushed him, causing him to skid and crash before coming to a stop next to one of his saddlebags that had broken free. As he lay there, unable to move, the road gremlins made their way towards his bike. The old biker, not being one to give up, started throwing things at the gremlins. Finally, with nothing else to throw but a bag of bells, he started ringing one in hopes to draw their attention, but instead found that it drove them insane and one by one the gremlins ran off into the darkness of the night.

In the distance two bikers were sitting around a campfire talking about their day’s ride, when they heard what sounded to them like church bells ringing and upon investigating, found the old biker lying along the roadside.

They proceeded to help him up and gather his bike and bags. Then they all headed over to the campsite for a cuppa where the old biker told his 2 new friends the story of the gremlins.

Before setting on his way he cut two pieces of leather from his saddlebags and tied a bell to each one. He then placed them on each of the biker’s motorcycle, as near to the ground as possible. The tired old biker then told his two new friends that with those bells placed on their bikes, they would be protected from the road gremlins and that if ever they're in trouble, just ring the bell and a fellow biker will come to their aid.

So, whenever you see a motorcycle with a bell on it,
you know that the rider has been given a gift of protection.

Video - The Guardian Bell Gift
Breakfast ride to the Old Glenlyon General Store

You can now purchase biker guardian bells online from us:

Click here to browse our biker guardian bells range

Comment Script


I like this alot, where did Nay find them, I want to push my wife in the right direction. Great work Nay, and thanks for an awesome website Mark and Nay, gee it makes those long days at work a little bit easier with a quick browse every couple of hours. Cheers Josh and Ren, Mr & Mrs Maniac
#1 - Maniac - 01/12/2010 - 20:05
Love this!! That Maniac above is my little brother :-D (33), and sorry guys and gals, but I hate the things (bikes) and worry bout the silly sod every time he's out on the roads.. :-( I'm on the hunt for a bell now to keep the 'Gremlins' away and bring him home safe to Us!! :-D That Legend is both 'scary' and Joshi, keep an eye on the's comin' bro!! :-P
#2 - Cass - 02/03/2010 - 17:57

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