Jack Godfrey Wood's Locksit concept combines security with convenience by eliminating the need for cyclists to detach and carry around their seat without compromising the safety of the bicycle. Locksit snaps backwards to lock itself to the rear tire while the bike frame is secured as usual.
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If the guy really wants to take you bike,
he can just come with a pick up, put it in the trunk, and gone.
He can figure out how to unlock the bike later.
One of my friends locks his bike using a big chain with a telephone pole.
When he came back, the chain still connected but the bike is gone.
If that is the case, it is hard to secure the bike by locked itself.
And by the way.....is it that in UK bikes have the transmission in the other side!!!!?????? I usually go to London, and I never saw it.
it reminds another design, where the whole seat is used to block the wheel. it was designed for those short stops,
because like this one it could not be attached to street furnitures.
Or just change out the standard quick release lever on the bike for a seat collar that requires usage of a wrench... and save yourself the hassle.