Looking for a great Guardian Bell that reflects your “I don’t give a fuck” attitude? You might have a hard time finding one since a lot of these little trinkets feature cute angels or U.S. flags. But the DILLIGAF Biker Bell is may be exactly what you want. It features the acronym for “Do I Look Like I Give A Fuck?” and it really rings, too.
The legend of the guardian bells involves a lone biker driving home from Mexico with a bag full of gifts. Gremlins caused him to crash, and he hurt his leg when he fell. With nothing else to do, he started throwing his gifts at the gremlins. When he got to the bottom of the bag, all he had left were small bells. Instead of throwing them, he started ringing them. Other bikers heard the bells and came to his rescue. They drove the gremlins off. In return, the lone biker gave them each a bell to tie to their bikes so that if they were ever in trouble, they could call for help.
The DILLIGAF Guardian Bell measures 1.5 by 1 by 1 inch and weighs just a bit over an ounce. The ring on the top lets you easily attach it to your bike or to a keychain. The bell makes a cool ringing noise while you ride, plus it looks great, too.
The legend of the guardian bell has been a biker myth for years. According to the myth, a lone biker was saved from being eaten by gremlins by summoning help with the small bells he was carrying. Several other nearby bikers heard the bells ringing and came to his aid, driving off the evil gremlins and saving the biker’s life. He gave his rescuers several bells in thanks, and they tied them to their bikes so they would ring and keep the gremlins away. There are a number of different guardian bells available, not the one that will certainly grab people’s attention is the Boobies Guardian Bell.
Yes, you read that right! This bell is made to resemble a woman’s chest. The bell has two arms that come around either side to hold her breasts up. Her two pierced nipples have hoops through them and definitely grab your attention. Will this bell keep gremlins away and help protect your bike from their evil, or will it grab other guy’s attention and make all the women around you gasp with disgust? Who knows, but it will certainly get some comments!
The bell itself really does ring, and it comes attached to a ring so you can easily attach it to your bike. You can also use it as a keychain if you’d like. The bell is somewhat small, measuring about one inch by one inch. It’s made out of pewter and comes in a protective pouch.
There are a number of superstitions and traditions out there that people swear by, and bikers are no different. For them, there’s the legend of the guardian bells. These tiny silver bells supposedly protect bikers and their bikes from evil spirits. The ringing of the bells drives the demons away, so they won’t damage your bike or cause accidents. While you may not really believe that, these guardian bells still make pretty cool decorations for your bike or accessories for a necklace or keychain. The Angel Girl with Wings Guardian Bell features a cute angel girl with her hands folded in prayer. She’s sure to watch over your bike and keep you protected.
Legend says an old biker returning from Mexico has many different gifts in his saddlebags, including bells. However, as he was driving through the desert, he was attacked by road gremlins. He crashed, and the gremlins surrounded him. He threw all the gifts at them until all he had left were the bells. Instead of throwing them, he started ringing them, hoping that someone would hear. Two other bikers who were camping nearby heard the ringing, and they came to his rescue. The old biker offered to pay them, but they refused, so instead he gave each of them a bell so if they were ever in trouble, they could call for help like he did.
This Angel Girl bell is made from pewter, and it actually rings. You can attach it to your bike using the handy ring, or use it like a keychain. Who knows, maybe your next ride will go more smoothly with this little girl protecting you.
There are a lot of different good luck charms out there. Some people nail a horseshoe above their door, while others have a lucky rabbit’s foot or a lucky coin. For bikers, however, there are the Guardian Bells. These bells are supposed to help ward off evil spirits by ringing when you ride. This noise protects your bike from everything these evil spirits might do, so you have fewer breakdowns and a smooth, uneventful ride. At least, that’s what the legends say.
You don’t have to believe in the legend of the guardian bells to have one of these decorative items attached to your bike or on your keychain. Some of them are very detailed. The Biker Bell with American Flag, for example, is a great patriotic decoration to add to your bike. This small pewter bell is inscribed with the U.S. flag on one side and stars on the other. You can attach it to your bike using the metal ring at the top. The bell actually rings, too! It’s a fairly small item, measuring two by one by one. It weighs only 1.1 ounces, so it’s also very light.
If it seems like you’ve been having a run of bad luck, or you want to prevent bad luck, add one of these guardian bells to your bike. Even if you don’t believe they’ll keep away bad spirits, they are a nice addition to your bike’s look.
The Guardian Bells offered on The Cheap Place are good luck charms designed to repel all those bad spirits that surround your motorcycle. Each bell comes with a ring on it that you can attach to your bike. Then you’re on the road, the movement causes the bell to ring, which supposedly repels the spirits that cause breakdowns. Of course, you can also use these bells as key chains or put them on a necklace. One of the hottest bells is the Flaming Motorcycle Bell.
The guardian bell legend says that a man was riding back from Mexico with saddlebags full of gifts for children when a group of road gremlins caused him to crash. Lying on the ground, unable to get up, the biker grabbed a nearby saddlebag and threw some of the toys at the gremlins. The last item in the bag was a bell. Instead of throwing it, he starting ringing it. Two nearby bikers heard the ringing and came to his aid. They chased off the gremlins and helped the man. He offered them payment, which they refused. He insisted they each take one of the small bells he had in the other saddlebag just in case more gremlins attacked. He tied these bells to their bikes with strips of leather.
These guardian bells represent friendship between bikers. The flaming guardian bell features detailed flame inscriptions all the way around it. It actually rings, too! It’s made from pewter and measures two by one by one inch. Don’t let those pesky gremlins cause any accidents. Protect your bike with a guardian bell.