Thinking of ordering this for my bike...

Discussion in 'Commuting and Road Safety' started by the cyclops, Jul 8, 2011.

  1. the cyclops

    the cyclops New Member

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    I need a decent lock for my bike and I am going to order this to carry with me......
     
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  2. the cyclops

    the cyclops New Member

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    It might add a few pounds to the bike,but nobody will steal it,lol
     
  3. Moto700

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    Onguard makes a similar product. Excellent choice if you want to keep your bike outside at home, but I wouldn't carry it with me. I use an Onguard U-lock and feel my bike is well protected.
     
  4. yishunbicycle

    yishunbicycle New Member

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    I sure the thief stealing you bike is hard work /img/vbsmilies/smilies/biggrin.gif
     
  5. Dave Cutter

    Dave Cutter Active Member

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    OK.. for your motorcycle that might be good..... REALLY good. But... if a bicycle is nice enough to protected that well it must have some really decent parts... not just a good frame. So how hard would it be to cut a chunk of frame away from a big chain and get lots of valuable bicycle parts?
     
  6. maydog

    maydog Well-Known Member

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    Wow - overkill. Bike chains and locks are a deterrent to for the casual criminal. For a more determined advisary, a cordless dremel or sawzall would make short work of even the strongest ones.

    Judging by the police auctions around here - criminals are stupid anyway and steal mostly worthless bikes.
     
  7. CDA 455

    CDA 455 New Member

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    Totally agree.

    Sacrifice the frame to get the components and a nice new chain and lock /img/vbsmilies/smilies/ROTF.gif !
     
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