A thief can steal your motorcycle in just 20 seconds. See this article on why a steering lock is not enough.A disc-lock, although not the ultimate in security, is a great way to massively reduce the chances of your motorcycle being stolen. Firstly
I know that in the past Oxford came under fire for the security of their locks. And I bet it's a bit of a hangover for them to this day.But the locks that caused a backlash used a different type of mechanism to the type used in this Oxford Barrier
New disc-lock from XENA, here's what they have to say about it:As the world’s leading manufacturer of alarmed lock technology, XENA Security has developed an unrivalled understanding of how extraordinarily strong locks can be combined
ABUS of Germany, the European brand leader in motorcycle security devices,has announced a new addition to their disc lock range, called the ProVogue series. Available in two sizes, Abus claim the ProVogue disc lock is a lightweight, yeteffective
additional security but can't see any. The bike's got its steering lock on, so can't easily be wheeled away. He has a glance around, no-one's looking, he grabs the bars and violently smashes them left to right - within a few seconds the steering lock's broken
WELCOME READERS to our weekly caption competition, where you get the chance to slap your best effort on our chosen image.This week we've got a shot of a Colin Edwards taking time out during the MotoGP holiday season.So what's going on? It's over to you. Get those crazy minds to w...
AUTHORITIES responsible for traffic safety in the United States of America are taking a serious look at making anti-lock brakes compulsory, following a recent study.An article in today's Detroit News suggest the National Highway Traffic Safety
A MOTORCYCLIST was killed in Peterborough, leaving thousands of motorists caught in the knock-on traffic jams.Shocked drivers watched as paramedics desperately battled to save the life of Vitalijus Kazteckis after he collided with a DAF lorry while riding his Suzuki GSX-R on the ...
THE IAM is supporting calls to make anti-lock braking systems (ABS) compulsory on all new large motorcycles by 2015.MEPs will shortly debate proposals that would force manufacturers to introduce ABS as standard on all new motorcycles over 125cc
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