(drill whirring) (banging) (man screams) – Welcome back to What’s Inside. I’m Lincoln and this is Dan and today this is my brand new mountain bike that I got for Christmas. – It’s a very fancy mountain bike. Safety and security is something that everybody thinks about. This video is sponsored by SimpliSafe, a home
Hi this is Lucy from Kryptonite Locks. I’m here to show you the Keeper 12 Standard U-lock. This lock is part of a moderate security line it has a rating of 5 out of 10 on our security scale. That means it’s great for quick lock-ups in the suburbs and longer lock-ups in rural areas.
– Bikes are stolen like a lot. Two every minute, over a million every year, and that’s just what’s reported. That’s why we’re so excited to bring you Linka, the world’s first auto-unlocking smart bike lock. Linka can do a lot of cool things, but at its core, it’s a powerful lock that’s hard mounted
Lower the bike onto the front wheel. The convention is to put the lever on the left side of the bike so it matches the one on the rear which is on the non-drive side. Facing the bike from the front with your head on the bike’s centre line check the front wheel is centred
– Pretty much every year, bike manufacturers redesign their bikes and make them much more capable. That’s what they claim which got me thinking, how much more capable are bikes nowadays? Could you ride one of the most brutal, physical Downhill races in the world on let’s say an Enduro bike? Would it be up
– Locking up your bikes is really important even if you do have somewhere secure to store them, like in your house or in a garage. Now ground anchors or wall anchors are the best and the safest, and the most secure option to use, but they’re only useful if you install them correctly and