Safe

This Bike Pro Says A Bike Lock Alone Isn’t The Best Way to Keep Your Bike Safe

If you’ve ever had a bike stolen, you know the feeling—it sucks. Because I’m biking more these days, I set out to ask Dave Weiner, the CEO and Founder of Priority Bicycles, an awesome online bike company that makes killer commuting rigs, that makes killer commuting rigs, what bike lock was best. His answer surprised me.



icon: Photo Illustration by The Daily Beast/Scouted/Amazon


© Provided by The Daily Beast
Photo Illustration by The Daily Beast/Scouted/Amazon

“None of them,” he laughed.

“Locks are important and you should start with a strong one but they are really only half the battle,” he said. “You have to worry about positioning as well, and securing your wheels and saddle.” While Weiner recommended some of his favorite locks such as the Foldylock or NY Kryptonite, together with PinHeads for wheel and saddle locking, he said that these really work best as deterrents. “If a thief really wants your

Read More