Old 01-13-07, 08:38 PM
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Austin is pretty bad in some areas. There are many stripped bikes.

My personal opinion is that SB's method is still quite sound. Adding a set of Pitlocks (a pair of skewers that take a hex wrench to tighten/loosen from Nashbar is a less secure option, but slows down someone expecting to just flip a quick release and be off) makes the method even more secure.

mechBgon's method is what I use, making sure that neither lock on the bike is near the ground, but I have a place where I can lock a bike to two independant posts.
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