My brother in law is a huge bike enthusiast; he has the strongest leg muscles I have ever seen! When you take biking seriously and he really does then you naturally get quite attached to your bike, for one it costs a fair bit because you have done your research and splashed the cash on the one that ticks all the right boxes. Then you have all those shared memories of the bike trails you have conquered, you even have all the Lycra cycling gear (to match the colour of your bike!), you get the importance of being kitted out properly and don’t settle for anything less.
With your bike being an expensive piece of kit it’s important to protect it, if your stopping for a well earnt rest (or cheeky pint!) you need to secure your bike appropriately. But not any old lock will do the job; you need something that offers the right level of security. So let me introduce you to the Litelok designed by a former aeronautical engineer (Professor Neil Barron). Available in three colours: Crow Black, Herringbone and Boa Green.
This attractive lock is made from a revolutionary material, meaning its secure AND flexible because of this its more versatile, allowing you to lock your bike on to pretty much anything that would not be possible with more rigid locks. The ingenuity of the product justifies the price, £85 might sound steep but not when you consider how much your bike cost in the first place, especially if you went top of the range. If you’re a serious cyclist you need a lock that communicates your passion, this is lightweight, ultra-strong and so much more convenient than others on the market. The strength of the Boaflexicore® material means that it can withstand sustained attack to the highest level (over 5 minutes) from tools like cable cutters, bolt croppers and hacksaws, a thief would give up because the Litelok presents too much of a challenge.
The Litelok has been endorsed by Solid Secure a industry and police acknowledged authority on lock security and gave it their highest rating.
According to some rather sad statistics one bike is stolen every minute, so to stop you joining that figure do think carefully about how you lock up your bike. I have one Litelok to giveaway so if you would like to enter this rather fabulous competition please do so by the 17th of November, registering your interest on the form below.
Win a Litelok bike lock (worth £85)