Bike locksBike locks
Bike locks are crucial to keep your bike safe and secure - whether yours is left outside the supermarket while you pick up a few essentials or at a nearby bike parking station during your work days at the office. Chain locks are great for flexibility - easy to wind through the spokes of a wheel or around the frame. D-locks will hold the bike in place, especially on a bike rack. You can't beat steel for durability, so go for a tough, no nonsense steel lock for extra security. Bicycle locks with combination style locks means that you never have to worry about forgetting the key.
Cycle Locks And Safety
Wondering which bike lock to go for? It's always best to lock twice! A D-lock is great for kids bikes or smaller bikes. Use the hardened steel tube to hook around the frame and the bike rack or railing. For larger bikes, you may want to try a D-lock on the front and a cord lock on the back. Always make sure you thread the lock around the railings, through the spokes of the wheels and around the frame. Check out our other biking equipment for a safer ride.
Bike lights are what you need to ensure you're visible to other road users at all times and in all weathers. Front and rear lights are the best option for heavily obscured pathways or roads. And when it comes to safety, you'll want to check out our cycle helmets as well. With loads of different colours and styles to choose from, in both children's and adult's sizing, our bike helmets will help to stay safe on the road.
Why not check out our range of panniers? Fix one of these to the rear of your bike and you've got the perfect place to stow away your belongings while you're on the move, or pop them on the back of your bike to carry shopping with you.
If space at home is a little tight, and you don't know where you would store a bike, then our folding bikes could be the perfect solution for you - no more battling to get an awkwardly sized standard bike somewhere to live! But if speed is what matters most, check out our great range of road bikes. For a modern bike with classic looks, go for a hybrid bike - ideal for more laid-back biking around town. And if you feel like you could do with a little extra power to make it up and over those hills, consider investing in an electric bike.