Bike theft has been a problem for as long as we’ve had bikes in this country. And while it’s not a huge one it’s still a heartbreaker for anyone who’s had their pride and joy taken without their consent. There are a number of ways that we can prevent this from happening to us. One of the most obvious is to use a quality lock and chain.
Oxford have been making bits for bikes as long as anyone here can remember. One of there best selling products is the Hardcore XC 13 chain lock. This piece of kit has full insurance company federation approval and has recently been the beneficiary of a major revamp. This includes a rubberised padlock.
There is a wealth of anti theft technology hidden inside the well finished outer on the padlock and chain set. This includes a multi disc key system which operates a double locking mechanism. And all of this is made from hardened steel so it’s beyond difficult to break, cut or successfully tamper with. Even the shackle is made from the same hardened steel. Just what we want in a lock and chain! Just in case you should lose all the keys there is a key replacement service run by the company in the UK.
Lock It - Hardcore XC
The chain is available in three different sizes, a 1.2 metre, a 1.5 metre and a two metre long offering. Once again the links are made from hardened Cro- Mo steel and each 13mm thick link is made a strong as the next one. They are zinc protected to prevent corrosion and live in a cloth sleeve to prevent damage to your bikes bodywork.
The Hardcore XC 13 is available form good bike shops all across the country. Contact Trevor at Moto4U on 01 4055220 for mail orders.
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