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Old 12-10-20, 12:50 AM
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I know that anti-tank missiles have been a problem in the past, for me at least.
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Old 12-10-20, 03:20 AM
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good grief you don't need all that!!!! I use an original Kryptonite lock which keeps superman from stealing mine...


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Old 12-10-20, 04:02 AM
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On the serious side.

I bought a bike alarm, that will go off if the bike is moved. I don't use it. In reality, people sometimes move bikes that have no intention of stealing them. There would be too many false alarms, and I would have to go the the bike and turn it off.

The best security is, keeping it inside, good fences and gates, security cameras, and security guards. I have not seen things stolen in places where there are security cameras. I am not saying it never happens, but it rarely happens.

The other thing is a strong lock, that can be used to secure the bike to something.
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Old 12-10-20, 11:45 AM
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Too much work.

I think placing an airbag under your saddle with a pressure trigger that will deactivate with an electronic key would do the trick.
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