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Old 10-19-2010, 09:54 PM   #1
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were can i put my guardian bell on my 09 r6?
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Old 10-19-2010, 09:55 PM   #2
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I put my gremlin bell won from awesomecycles on my key ring, but it hasn't been working too well
Maybe on the new bike I'll hang it under the seat somewhere.
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Old 10-19-2010, 10:24 PM   #4
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worry more about improving your riding ability... i see a lot of them on wrecked bikes :(
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Put it somewhere that it won't easily fall off.

I think mine must have fallen off...
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Old 10-19-2010, 10:30 PM   #6
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ok well since some whiney little modbot took my rather relevant post down-which was about gremlin bells- ill go ahead and say the best bet is to use a key ring and put in on a spare bottom hole on your plate. ive seen many people do that.
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Old 10-19-2010, 10:45 PM   #7
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Old 10-19-2010, 11:07 PM   #8
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And now I realize that my gremlin bell, also won from awesome cycles, has fallen off. It was attached with a small piece of cable. I am guessing it came off with my taillights. I like the keychain ideal.
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Ha! I had one from awsome cycles too!

Freaking gremlin ate it....

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a little bell isnt going to keep your wheels on the ground.
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Old 10-20-2010, 07:32 AM   #12
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Mine is on my passenger rear peg. Been working great for me, that's .
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you should probably do some scientific research with test motorcycles and different conditions. also, try more than one attachment device, maybe there's a better conduit in copper, aluminum, gold, stainless steel or marble.

oh wait, it's all bullshit. nevermind.
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you should probably do some scientific research with test motorcycles and different conditions. also, try more than one attachment device, maybe there's a better conduit in copper, aluminum, gold, stainless steel or marble.

oh wait, it's all bullshit. nevermind.
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"It has been a tradition among some of us for a long time to attach a brass bell to our left swing arm, to remember our brothers and sisters who have gone down riding.

Itís a small thing, but the reason a brass bell is chosen is that, as we ride, it gets dirty and tarnished. Every time we get down to wash and polish it, we are reminded of friends lost, and our thoughts turn to the meaning of being in the wind.

As we ride and hear the bell ring, we know that our brothers and sisters are riding with us, and how easy it would be to join them with a single mistake.

And maybe, just maybe, the next time a situation comes up; they will be there to help us...as long as we remember them by polishing the bell.
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"It has been a tradition among some of us for a long time to attach a brass bell to our left swing arm, to remember our brothers and sisters who have gone down riding.

Itís a small thing, but the reason a brass bell is chosen is that, as we ride, it gets dirty and tarnished. Every time we get down to wash and polish it, we are reminded of friends lost, and our thoughts turn to the meaning of being in the wind.

As we ride and hear the bell ring, we know that our brothers and sisters are riding with us, and how easy it would be to join them with a single mistake.

And maybe, just maybe, the next time a situation comes up; they will be there to help us...as long as we remember them by polishing the bell.
I've never heard this before - Nice find!
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