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Anti Shear Bike Lock

SKU:A0408000EH

What a value! You are viewing a Anti-shear Bike Lock.This Anti-slippery Bike Lock can prevent ride or roll away theft. Heavy duty construction with an easy, high security system lock can be installed in seconds. A special design lock body h...
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  • An ideal entrance Anti-shear Bike Lock that is well suited for your bike 
  • The anti-shear bike lock prevent ride or roll away theft 
  • This lock is easy and comfortable to use
  • It is highly durable and strong, providing maximum security that will last for long time
  • A special Anti-slippery Bike Lock helps remind you to remove the lock before riding
  • Made of high quality material that greatly enhanced the corrosion resistance and scratch resistance
  • It also has a great function of saving space and anti-slippery
  • Material: PVC & ABS & Copper
  • Dameter: 15mm/0.6in
  • Length: 1200mm/47.2in

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Anti Shear Bike Lock


  • An ideal entrance Anti-shear Bike Lock that is well suited for your bike

Anti Shear Bike Lock


  • It is highly durable and strong, providing maximum security that will last for long time

Anti Shear Bike Lock


  • Made of high quality material that greatly enhanced the corrosion resistance and scratch resistance

Anti Shear Bike Lock


  • A special Anti-slippery Bike Lock helps remind you to remove the lock before riding

How to Mount a Bike Lock?


In some cities, bicycle riding is on the rise and so is bike theft. For instance, the Los Angeles Times reports that bike thefts in L.A. rose by 29 percent in 2009. Leading bicycle lock maker Kryptonite claims that the lock you choose depends upon where, and for how long, you leave your bike. Most locks offer a system that allows you to mount your lock on your bike's frame. The lock you purchase--a vast majority of the time--comes with everything you need to get it done.


  • Locate the mounting bracket kit that came with your lock or inquire with a bike shop about ordering one. Most locks--"u-locks" and cable locks--come with a mounting bracket and every thing you need to mount a bike lock to your bicycle's frame. In most cases, this kit will be sufficient to securely mount your lock.
  • Clear any dust or dirt from the portion of your bicycle's frame known as the seat tube. This part of the frame extends from the where the seat post enters the frame downward. Keeping this area clean and smooth will allow the mounting bracket to sit properly.
  • Loosen and undo the plastic mounting bracket so that you can wrap it around the seat tube of the frame. Usually this involves removing a screw (either by hand or with a provided Allen wrench) and sliding the plastic strap from the ratchet system that tightens the bracket when placed on your frame.
  • Place the rubber strip that comes with the mounting kit on the area of the frame where the bracket will go. This strip protects your frame and gives the assembly better grip.
  • Place the plastic mounting bracket around the seat tube of the frame over the rubber strip. Slide the strap of the bracket through the ridged ratchet system as far as you can by hand. Replace the screw you removed in step 3 and begin to tighten. Do not tighten the screw all the way until you have pushed the strap in as far as it will go. You can use a flathead screwdriver in order to exert more force and push the strap past more ridges.
  • Tighten the screw all the way after the bracket is secured to the frame and does not move. Be certain that the portion of the bracket that accepts your lock is positioned properly. On some frames, the lock will be situated in the "triangle" portion of the frame. On other frames, there is no room. In these cases, affix the lock to the bracket so that it sits on the side of the bike parallel with the seat tube.
  • Slide the lock onto the mounting bracket. Some systems have a button that needs to be depressed or pushed down so the lock can attach and detach. On others, the lock slides right into place.

Package Included:


  • 1 x Lock