How Do You Lock Up Your Bike?

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How Do You Lock Up Your Bike?
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Posted: Nov 12, 2010 at 14:33 Quote
uttanutta12 wrote:

like i said, my bikes in my impenetrable fortress of doom

This is what consisits of uttanuttas fortress....
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Posted: Nov 12, 2010 at 17:43 Quote
mrferret wrote:
Goodness Me. Calm down dears...

Its irony mate. Quick lesson, I am saying that Americans are NOT fat...

I am merely poking fun at myself for judging a country on the people I know from it, its a bit like you thinking all us English guys drink tea all the time and say 'Good day sir!' all the time

In my case its true, but hey Razz I suggest you watch some python and get a bit of Irony experience.. Wait, isn't that a cliche that all Americans don't understand irony..

Bugger!

Ah Monty Python..Love it. I like the Dead Parrot skit..lol

..and now for something completely different *BOOM*

I lock my bike up with an "On-Guard" cable and a Masterlock Mini U-Lock

I only use the U-Lock t hat it came with as a secondary lock along with my Masterlock+ Cable as the primary...both lock something else together on the bike but they lock to each other eventually

Mini-U I use just because it's convenient. Small but does the job.

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Posted: Nov 12, 2010 at 17:47 Quote
That's good security you have there, do you also have a ground anchor?

Posted: Nov 12, 2010 at 17:57 Quote
kinetic-t2 wrote:
That's good security you have there, do you also have a ground anchor?

I don't....and If I did get one I don't know where I'd mount it in the garage...I don't really have a wall to mount it to. even if i Mounted it to the floor i don't know where to mount it stuff is always moving around in our garage.

Posted: Nov 13, 2010 at 8:44 Quote
kinetic-t2 wrote:
uttanutta12 wrote:

like i said, my bikes in my impenetrable fortress of doom

This is what consisits of uttanuttas fortress....
SNIP x3


AND The ultimate security

SNIP


you forgot the moat Wink

Posted: Nov 14, 2010 at 3:45 Quote
at the moment, the bike that i lock up outside is chained with an old peice of chain from a crane factory, and a fat lock, that my dad uses for locking up his garage withabout £20,000 cars in, all on an old 1988 hwak trackattack without a front tyre. and its also attached to a big iron girder that we had cemented into the drive.

Posted: Dec 3, 2010 at 11:36 Quote
I pee around my bike, marking the territory. No one ever comes around it I am an ALPHA MALE!

Wish it was that easy. I just never leave my bikes side and its pretty much a prison in my garage.Dead Horse

Posted: Dec 3, 2010 at 12:01 Quote
darkmeat604 wrote:
I pee around my bike, marking the territory. No one ever comes around it I am an ALPHA MALE!

Wish it was that easy. I just never leave my bikes side and its pretty much a prison in my garage.Dead Horse
LOL

Posted: Dec 9, 2010 at 15:27 Quote
ALWAYS keep my dj bike in my room! never leave them in the shed or garage as so many of my freinds have had theres nicked!

Posted: Dec 9, 2010 at 23:15 Quote
That's a decent lock, I would use that if I was locking my bike up in public places.

Posted: Dec 10, 2010 at 5:12 Quote
kinetic-uk wrote:
That's a decent lock, I would use that if I was locking my bike up in public places.
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It is pretty decent. These are motorcycle lock . It weighs around 20 pounds and is very expensie. But its priceless compared to a bike

Posted: Dec 10, 2010 at 5:14 Quote
Yeah definitely, I try to advise people to buy these chains on my bike security website.

Posted: Mar 14, 2011 at 1:31 Quote
I have one of these now!


Read the review on it here:

http://kinetic-uk.pinkbike.com/blog/almax.html

Posted: Oct 8, 2011 at 10:07 Quote
The above lock is now for sale, check my buysell.


 
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