October 25, 2014 Login  


Disc Locks for Moto
Last Post 05/28/2013 08:09 PM by Frederick Jones. 5 Replies.
Printer Friendly
Sort:
PrevPrev NextNext
You are not authorized to post a reply.
Author Messages
jmdirt

Posts:708

--
05/09/2013 12:05 AM
The core fell out of the steering lock on my Vulcan. I'm thinking about getting a simple, inexpensive disc lock to keep the honest people honest. Has anyone used one?
durielk

Posts:41

--
05/28/2013 12:28 AM
I thought about getting one before. If your disk have holes, just get one that fits.
You can get them with a pull cord that you put on your handlebar so you will never take off without taking it out or you can make your own.
That would be a worthy addition to the item.
jmdirt

Posts:708

--
05/28/2013 08:46 AM
I bought one two days after I posted this and it will work as good as the steering lock. The down side is that its not built into the bike and it requires another key. The pull cords are a good idea to alert crooks to the device and to remind you not to crush your caliper but I'm using a pink band through my key chain as my reminder for now.
durielk

Posts:41

--
05/28/2013 08:54 AM
If your like me, unless your very attentive to that pink band, you will forget one time....xxxx. I like the very visible ties to the handlebar, both for vandels and me.
jmdirt

Posts:708

--
05/28/2013 07:55 PM
Very true! The way I put the band through makes it odd to use the key until I remove it though. I can switch to yellow bands now that they are on sale!
longslowdistance

Posts:697

--
05/28/2013 08:09 PM
Another "afraid I'd forget' rider here. My moto has a steering lock anyway. They'd have to lift it either way.
You are not authorized to post a reply.

Active Forums 4.1

Latest Forum Posts
Hey 79 posted in The Coffee Shop

2 years too late (Roman Kreuziger) posted in The Dark Side

PING: OC...What, no orange for LottoNL-Jumbo? posted in Professional Racing

cyclist door incidents article posted in Road Cycling

PING: Dale, 6ix and thinline posted in Road Cycling

Microshift posted in Gear Advice

Tour de France 2015 Winner Unveiled!! posted in Professional Racing

No articles match criteria.
  Terms and Conditions | Privacy Policy  Copyright 2008-2013 by VeloNation LLC