Tempest disc lock

 29.99

 

Brake lock | Motorcycle security | Gear Gremlin

 

 

Beware knock-offs

10mm locking pin

2.4 inch (62mm) throat depth from the pin centre

Made from toughened alloy steel

Suitable for most motorcycle brake discs

High visibility neon colour

Supplied with a carry case and two keys

Easy to fit

Convenient

Durable

Carry pouch supplied

Gear Gremlin

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How secure is this lock?


Some brake discs/rotors simply
aren't able to accept a disc lock. But if your bike will take such a device, you'll find these a quick, convenient and cost-effective way to keep your motorcycle safe from opportunist thieves, and they'll help make professionals think again.

 

The idea is simple. You slip the lock over your brake disc and push the locking pin into whatever hole is suitable and check that it's snugly home.

 

Depending on your braking system and suspension design, you'll give thieves very limited movement, and that will make your bike hard to manoeuvre onto a waiting vehicle, or into a better street location where they can get at whatever other security device you're using.

 

You should treat disc locks as temporary protection, or supporting protection. Use a back-up lock on the street such as a shackle lock or lock and chain. And for home security, add a ground anchor to the mix.

 

Tip: Buy our disc lock reminder, or devise your own system to prevent you riding off with the lock fitted.

 

 

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