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post #1 of 3 Old 08-01-2009, 07:32 AM Thread Starter
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Products : Grip-Lock

Anyone tried one o' these things? They worth a damn?



Out of curiosity, does anyone secure their bike when making stops? I usually just lock the steering column.

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Products : Grip-Lock

Anyone tried one o' these things? They worth a damn?



Out of curiosity, does anyone secure their bike when making stops? I usually just lock the steering column.
That and an alarming disk lock are good deterrents. I always carry a chain and lock it to a gas main.

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I'm very interested. I like that you can use it to apply the front brake as well as lock the throttle... Plus you can't forget it like a disk lock. Still not as good as chaining it to something, but good while you're out and about, like on a road trip or camping for overnight parking.

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