Crash, get up, ride...
Join Date: Oct 2008
Location: Mountians of California
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A newer Kryptonite U-Lock and a decent cable should be fine. (Kryptonite New York lock is pretty good)
Lock your frame and rear wheel with the U-lock. If you can, lock your front and back wheels and frame with the cable lock. Your wheels and frame are now locked. Of course, components would still be vulnerable to attack.
It will take two different tools to be able to cut thru each of the different lock types. Theives would usually only be carrying one. So if they are able to cut thru one lock, they still have the other to deal with.
I usually park next to another bike that isnt as well locked as mine. Theives are usually oppertunist and would go for the easier target.