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    I have an (expensive) new bike and I need a super good one - I can't imagine what I'd do if it got stolen!
    I was thinking of a d-lock, but aren't they a bit awkward to put around things? Is a thick chain better?

    What do you use?
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    I don't use a bike.
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    i got a kryptonite U lock one
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    None - I walk.

    People can't steal my legs. Plus, motorists don't hate me.
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    i mean D lock
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    (Original post by dunnoaboutme)
    i got a kryptonite U lock one
    How portable/heavy is it? Does it fit round most things?
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    (Original post by A_master)
    I don't use a bike.
    Great...

    (Original post by Aphotic Cosmos)
    None - I walk.

    People can't steal my legs. Plus, motorists don't hate me.
    Wellll I need and use and enjoy my bike, and I don't care about motorists.
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    (Original post by I'm Lillie)
    How portable/heavy is it? Does it fit round most things?
    its a medium sized one not big and not very small its got a bit of weight but not heavy for me and its strong you cant smash it. it fits around everything d locks always fit it was 20 quid i think do u want to see a
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    If you want piece of mind this is the thing to have.

    If you live in a high crime area, it is wise to have another lock, such as a cable lock.

    A bike thief is much more likely to get the bike with one lock than the one with two locks
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    A circular one.
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    a **** bike.
 
 
 
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