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Whether you find yourself on the road or out on the trail, a horn is a piece of necessary equipment on your dual sport bike. It’s an easy (and sometimes the only) way to alert other motorists to your presence, and this is true whether you’re switching lanes on the highway or coming up on a fellow rider while on the trail. They’re truly indispensable.
If you find your existing horn damaged (or if you just want something with a different sound or look), you’ll easily find excellent aftermarket dual sport horns at Rocky Mountain ATV/MC. We stock fantastic brands such as these:
A loud horn is a safe horn, and that’s why we carry some that are as loud as 115db – several times louder than standard car horns! That’ll be sure to grab anyone’s attention.
The great thing about these horns isn’t just that they sound good – they look good too. They are relatively small and easy to mount, which is perfect for saving space for other essential gear. And with a sleek appearance, they’ll look like they were always meant to be a part of your dual sport bike.
Take a look at our selection to see what’s right for you.
Tyler in UT
I purchased the Kit back in august and it was fairly easy to install. All the components are still working without any problems. The kit is a good buy for the money. My only complaint is that a lot of wires didn't seem long enough. I spent a lot of time cutting and splicing in longer pieces to hide the wires and to place the LED marker lights and turn signal indicators in different places than recommended to give it a cleaner look. Other than that I am very pleased with the kitRead All Reviews
JIM in TX
I bought three, had one fail but RM took care of it and sent a replacement. We have several in the riding group, and this model always seems to be the loudest. I have had one fail on the trail, but it had been filled with mud so many times, I am surprised it lasted as long as it did.Read All Reviews
Jim in CA
While not as loud as I wanted, this is still a great replacement for that sad sounding factory piece the bike came with. If you follow all the warnings not to remove the flat metal attaching bracket on back of the horn, you'll need to get creative with your mounting. A few quick bends and I was able to locate the horn in a large opening behind the engine and facing out toward my shifter leg. The horn is loud enough to be heard, and has enough tone not to sound like it should be on a scooter or a Prius.Read All Reviews