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carry my U-Lock in bike shorts. :-(
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Fr*ck!
 

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Adorable Furry Hombre
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Is that a U-Luock in your shorts? Or are you just happy to see us?
 

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jsedlak said:
Is that a powerbar on your back or do you just have a misaligned disc?
Either way, more groop butt secks is usually recommended.
 

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paulrad9 said:
There is someone out there who created a u-lock belt
I used to carry my Kryptonite New York Chain around my waist like a belt until after an outing or two it dawned on me would would happen if I mislaid that derned key ;-)

Now I still wear it like a belt, but I have a climbing carabiner clipped in between the lock and the chain to serve as a belt buckle...
 

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Are those chains any good? Or do they have the same weaknesses as regular chains/cable locks?? Maybe a topic fer another thread.
 

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The good chains are great.

I have a monster lock - it's absolutely massive, and they're rated very strong. Additionally, they look intimidating as hell. DO NOT discount looks - if the thief sees a HUGE chain on one bike, and a tiny little cable lock on the bike next to it, which bike do you think they'll steal?
 

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Kryptonite's chains -- both the New York chain and the Fahgettaboudit -- are about as good as it gets. Heavy as hell, but also really secure. A chain can be looped over a shoulder or worn around the waist until you need it.
 
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