Back To School – Locks for your Bike – Free Shipping on most locks!

With Students heading back to college campuses, or the school down the street this fall, many riders will be on bikes. Whether you commute to work or school, however, it’s a good practice to always lock your bike up if you plan to leave it unattended. Now more than ever, it’s easy to have convenience and protection thanks to the great line of locks from ABUS.

For the ultimate of both protection and convenience, look to the Bordo 6000 or the Bordo Granit X-Plus 6500. Made of steel bar coated in silicone rubber to protect your bike’s finish, the Bordo locks offer the one of the most portable locks around that boast protection unheard of from other locks this size.

Abus Bordo lock

Ready for travel,the Bordo 6000 stows to 6 inches and has a carrying case that will strap virtually anywhere on your bike.

With a 5.5 mm thick steel bar, the Granit x-Plus provides even more protection, leaving the opportunity to bring your nice bike to work or school.

 

Bordo 6000

Strong as a U-lock, more flexible.

If  your typical trip doesn’t include leaving your bikes locked up for the better part of a day, consider the Ionus and Catena Locks – where braided cable locks fall short, the heavy duty Ionus uses an 8 mm chain and provides even greater flexibility. Both it and the smaller ABUS Catena collapse to the size of a softball, or wrap easily around your frame for transport. The flexible fabric sheath is both durable and protective of your frame’s finish. Both the Bordo and chain locks also come in combination versions for those prone to losing keys!

The Ionus folds to the size of a softball, making it convenient and secure

Check out our website or one of our stores for ABUS products, or any other locks that we stock – many of which ship free every day!

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