The bicycle lock works just as well as any disc lock... which is really minimal protection considering two guys with a length of pipe can just pick the front end up and wheel your baby away. My expectation is that the alarm will go off as soon as it senses that the angle of the bike is changing plus disable the ignition system... and the combination will prevent the simple 'break-ignition-lock-start-up-and-ride-away" opportunistic incident which seems to be the more common means of theft.DCLittlejohn said:I bought a HD front brake disk lock.. it won't fit on the front wheel, so I use it on the back (God I hope I never forget it's there)
Fork lock and alarm is my standard normally however.
KBOlsen... to a thief wants your bike.. at least a competent thief with equipemt to steal bikes.. a bicycle lock is just a toy. Oh well.. I guess it might deter the average street punk from trying anything stupid though.