Bike locksBike locks
Keep your bike safe and sound, no matter where you are with a bike lock at hand. Explore our comprehensive range of bike locks to find the right kind of lock for your needs. Whether you’re parking outside a supermarket or in a public bike parking station – always keep your bike locked and safe from theft.
Store your bikes with care with one of our bike racks. You can use it in and around the house or even mount it on the wall to save premium floor space – it makes a fuss-free option to store your bicycle when not in use. If you love travelling, our nifty range of car racks will make sure you always have your bike with you, so you never miss out on exploring new tracks. And when it comes to keeping your bike safe from all weather conditions, our heavy-duty bike covers are just the accessory you need for protection.
Best Bike Lock
Explore the best range of bike locks from top brands like Challenge, Rolson, Oxford and more, right here. If you’re after a bike lock for your folding bike, consider an Abus bike lock to provide premium security with a sleek design. Abus locks are famous for their German-made quality and durability.
D lock for Bike
Wondering which bicycle 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. Trust a Kryptonite bike lock with flex cable to get the job done, perfectly. Always make sure you thread the lock around the railings, through the spokes of the wheels and around the frame. A D-lock for your bike is great to hold it 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.
Chain Lock for Bike
Chain locks are great for flexibility – easy to wind through the spokes of a wheel or around the frame. They’re super easy to use as well, which means kids will find their way around them effortlessly. Be sure to store the key safely. But if you’re someone who finds it difficult to keep keys safe, a combination style bike lock is just the thing you need. You can always reset the combination in case you forget it. It’s a no-brainer!