How Do I Secure My Bike Outside My House?
According to FBI statistics, the number of bikes stolen each year has been on a downward trend over the past decade. However, the value of stolen bikes increased by an average of 56%. As a result, the price of bicycles is constantly rising, and the loss after being stolen is even more serious.
I’ve consulted with several veteran bikers on how to prevent bike theft and got a relatively consistent response: if a thief sees a bike, they’ll first look at the equipment that locks the bike, and if it’s a time-consuming and energy to accomplish the stealing goal, then they generally choose the easier goal.
1. Park your bike with other bikes to avoid “standing out”.
2. Select an immovable object as the pivot for locking the bike.
3. Know the surrounding environment before parking and confirm the risk index of theft.
4. Install the bicycle alarm.
5. Choose a good and secure lock.
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The chain lock is wrapped in a thick, strong layer of nylon.
Durable high-performance steel shackles for extra protection.
If you store your bike in the garage, it is a good choice.
The extra length gives you more freedom in where and how you lock the bike.
U-locks are usually the best option for locking on the street.
Such locks tend to be smaller, lighter, and more compact than chain locks, so they are easier to carry.
Prevent prying and pulling, and have anti-collision, anti-drilling, anti-pulling, and anti-picking properties.
The perfect balance of strength and lightness. Cycling can be directly put in the pocket.
Lock railing required. It can prevent thieves from directly pulling the car away.
This lock is heavy and long enough to lock onto a fixture unless a thief wants to pull it away as well.