the gonger on my grimlin bell broke off will it still keep grimlins away
Thanks for the info Mark. I am one of those the do BELIEVE in angels, fairies, gremlins, dragons etc. because this world is made up of alot of things. That is probably why my Trike has had so many issues, the guy we bought it from never had anyone like him enough to give him a gremlin bell.Angelmammaw, here ya go:
Gremlin Bells guard us bikers against the nefarious little imps that love to stowaway on our bikes. The gremlins love to hitch rides on motorcycles, but they also enjoy creating havoc in various forms: burned out signal bulbs, dead batteries, and loose bolts are just a small sampling of the problems those diabolical miscreants employ in their fun and games.
Evil Road Gremlins can't live in the presence of the bell. Bells are road gremlins' equivalent to a siren. Every road gremlin is drawn to the hollow of a bell, and if the spirit gets too close to the bell, the gremlin cannot help but climb inside of the bell. Among other things, their hearing is supersensitive, so the constant ringing of the bell and the confined space drives them insane. They lose their grip and eventually fall to the roadway. And now you know where potholes come from.
A gift of a gremlin bell from one biker to another is all it takes to harbor the shroud of protection against the frustrations wrought by the gremlins. With the bell mounted on your bike, you will always ride knowing that you have a friend looking in your rear view