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orbienlurline1

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what to do?

hi...


I am planning on purchasing a new bike. However, I am always not at home. So, I would also want to purchase something for security. Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks

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jaffa90

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jaffa90 says:

security

Welcome o-----------1,alarms,disc locks and cheap chains are no use,try,

http://www.almax-security-chains.co.uk/product.asp?s=3tj2Yh238101&strParents=&CAT_ID=70&P_ID=130

 

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jakubkuba

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jakubkuba says:

security

Ground anchor and big fat chain, and maybe bike cover  

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750FLYER

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750FLYER says:

Hello chap..

I keep my bike locked up in front of my house in (crime-ridden) Tottenham and I use an Oxford Products, Defiance ground anchor... Here's a picture of it.. It's a tough mother f*cker that has the padlock concealed and covered in steel and the whole thing is split-bolted to the concrete and I cannot envisage anyone getting thru it... I genuinely never worry about it.

They cost a bit but I got mine off e-bay for £50 brand new, still in the box off someone that never fitted it... Bargain!!

Honestly, it's seriously tough!     :wink:

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JAWAPAWA

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JAWAPAWA says:

ive got

ABUS city chain to Oxford Brute Force ground anchor


ABUS Granit Disclock

ABUS U Shackle

and the steering lock,

and also the gate to the driveway has a padlock on it...


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JAWAPAWA

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JAWAPAWA says:

jaffa

those almax chains look tough... wish i had got one now!

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meatbaws

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meatbaws says:

Almax

Good chains no doubt about it but it's crap that you have to spend just shy of £300 just to secure your bike! What an age we live in.

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preunit

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