A poor lock means a stolen bike Always use a D-lock
Hey I am Daryl from Kryptonite. Today I would like to talk about properly locking your bike with a U-lock. A few things to remember before we get started. First, always lock in a well-lit area. No dark alleys. Second, always lock to a stationary object that cannot be cut and that you cannot easily
– Having your mountain bike stolen is about the worst thing that can happen to any of us mountain bikers and if you’re going to lock your bike up in public, you better make sure it is really, really secure. Now, we’re going to show you just how vulnerable the mountain bike is and we’re
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.