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Bike Locks

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Aug 2012
3:26pm, 19 Aug 2012
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icklevee
I dare not leave my bike anywhere. The only reason i am looking for a Sold Secure Gold or Silver rated is if I have to park it somewhere thats out of site while using a cafe's facilities. Otherwise I park bike next to me wherever I stop.
Aug 2012
8:38pm, 19 Aug 2012
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Lisa T
I'm lucky enough to have a cage to put mine in but still lock it up with silver rated d lock, cable through the front wheel & cable through the rear wheel. I can also regularly check it out of the window!!! There are obviously the experienced bike thieves out there & they'll get it if they want it however it's locked up but I guess it's about making it as secure as you can to put off the opportunist thieves.
Sep 2012
1:53pm, 11 Sep 2012
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sallykate
Love the Hal video on the first page - some good advice there, thanks for posting!
Sep 2012
2:21pm, 11 Sep 2012
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tom_craggs
Small D locks - a couple fo them Mew York minis are a good option. Don't rely 100% on it though. I'd new lock my decent bike out and about, only my fixie - if it goes it goes. I have had two stolen in London, both with decent locks on.

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