Mountain Biking - in lock
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Like setting up a tent!
08-16-06, 09:10 PM
cool i wonder how good it realy works
08-16-06, 09:23 PM
Whats to stop people from just un-screwing the damm thing out of the ground?!
It might be a decent theft deterrent when you are in viewing distance of the object you are locking, but i certaintly wouldnt leave it unattended...
it prevents anybody being able to unscrew the 'In-Lock' from the ground. Physics ensures 'In-Lock' cannot be pulled out of the ground by using force, even in the wettest conditions.
it can only be unscrwed from ground
since its chained to bike, you have to pick up bike and rotate it around to unscrew it.
still this thing only acts as a anchor, theives can still just cut the lock or chain.
08-16-06, 09:33 PM
'In-Lock' works as a ground anchoring system to secure motorbikes or mountain-bikes to soft ground.
08-16-06, 11:48 PM
I dont get it, it can't actually work?
08-16-06, 11:57 PM
why not just find a damn tree???
Siu Blue Wind
08-17-06, 12:38 AM
Couldn't someone just take a shovel and uproot it? I mean...if you're camping and all there's sure to be a shovel around.
08-17-06, 01:01 AM
I bet if you attatched a bike worth enough to it, I could rip that ****er out of the ground.
08-17-06, 01:29 AM
N. Glock: bike theft deterrent.
haha i like ur avator serrendipper
Siu Blue Wind
08-17-06, 08:03 AM
yeah it goes well with the glock. *hee hee*
08-17-06, 09:23 AM
thats what i bring with me when i go biking you just have to make sure every one see you geting off your bike with it over your shoulder:D
08-17-06, 10:39 AM
That wouldn't work with s**t! Just unscrew it out of the ground and presto you got yourself a nice bike! I'd rather just chain it to the biggest tree I see.
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