This looks like it might be pretty useful - that is as long as nobody accidentally moves your bike.
- Reader Atom Smasher clued us into a new twist on bicycle security. Over on the Sydney based bicycle blog Candy Cranks a London based cyclist concerned with getting her bike stolen wrote the following:
A friend of mine suggested a disc alarm lock, so I took the plunge and picked one up for £30. It’s designed for motorbikes but also fits disc brakes on bicycles. I bought it with the intention of putting it on my chain ring. Turns out it works a treat. It also acts as an immobiliser of sorts and emits an ear piercing 110db if the bike is moved in any way. It is also pocket sized and weighs no more than a Krypto Mini-Evo D lock. Whilst this is no substitute for a couple of good locks in London, it’s the ideal pub lock or in my case, camping lock.
The model I bought was a Xena XZZ6 Disc Alarm Lock.