Motorcycle Security STOPS all methods
99% of thieves use to break a Padlock

if you are serious
about preventing theft of your Motorbike
we suggest today February 20, 2019

you invest 10 minutes of your time
to read about Motorcycle Security

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1  How do thieves break a Padlock.

2  Overview of Motorcycle theft.

3  What can you do to prevent Motorcycle theft.

4  You must use physical security to secure your Motorcycle.

5  What type of Chain and Padlock should you use to secure your Motorcycle.

6  Motorcycle Security consists of.

7  Australian manufacturer direct special offer between February 20, 2019 and March 02, 2019 save $$$ off RRP and free delivery.

8  Today February 20, 2019 best selling security products.

9  What to do next.

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1: How do thieves break a Padlock.

No matter whether you pay $30 or $300 for a Padlock or how big or strong it looks padlocks are all vulnerable to three methods 99% of thieves use to break a Padlock, they are:

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2: Overview of Motorcycle theft.

Before we begin, we never want to deceive potential clients by saying:

We can stop 100% of all Motorcycle theft.

That would be a lie.

There are no products that will stop 100% of any type of theft eg.

The fact is...

If you do nothing to prevent theft
one day one of your valuable possessions will be stolen.

Over 99% of all types of theft are done by what are called opportunistic or smash and grab thieves.

This page is about
preventing your Motorcycle
being stolen by the 99% of thieves.

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3: What can you do to prevent Motorcycle theft.

Keep in mind
You Get What You Pay For

If you...

Buy a $10 Padlock and $2 - $3 per meter 4mm or 6mm diameter Mild Steel Chain you are buying security that can be broken in a couple of seconds with a 12 inch Bolt Cutter purchased at any Hardware Shop for about 5 bucks.

Believe it or not this is what over 96% of people use for security when using a Padlock and Chain. Then they wonder why their valuable possessions are stolen so easily.

Or you can be smart and purchase...

Since 2003 until today February 20, 2019 we have been making a security device that is designed to STOP all methods 99% of thieves use to break a Padlock and cut Chain.

Motorcycle Security

the world's
Highest Security Rated

locking system replacing a Padlock and Mild Steel Chain

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4: You must use physical security to secure your Motorcycle.

If you want to prevent your Motorcycle being stolen you must use physical security eg. Chain and Padlock.

Plus...

Most important use two types of locking devices.

Why...

Motorbikes have an additional security risk compared to securing a gate to a post therefore having two types of security will stop opportunistic thieves and will also stops most professional thieves because they may not have come prepared for both types of security and think its too difficult and not worth the time and risk of being caught.

First line of security.

Chain and Padlock

Wrap through the front or back Wheel then lock both ends with a Padlock.

...or...

Wrap the Chain round both wheels then lock both ends with a Padlock.

Second line of security.

The second security device can be a disc lock, steering lock or an alarm.

If any of the above are used on their own without using a Chain and Padlock they are almost useless but having two types of security will stop the 99% of opportunistic thieves and most of the 1% of professional thieves.

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5: What type of Chain and Padlock should you use to secure your Motorcycle.

This depends on if you are serious about stopping thieves stealing your Motorcycle keeping the following in mind:

You could buy the same 4mm or 6mm diameter Mild Steel Chain and a cheap Padlock used to secure about 96% of gates in any industrial area that are regularly broken into.

Very Important

4mm or 6mm diameter Mild Steel Chain is Easy and Quick and Quiet to cut with a 12 inch Bolt Cutter purchased at any Hardware Shop for about 5 bucks.

...or purchase...

Motorcycle Security

the world's
Highest Security Rated

locking system replacing a Padlock and Mild Steel Chain

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6: Motorcycle Security consists of.

  1. Motorcycle Security patented Steel Shroud manufactured from a Steel Billet using state of the art CNC machining technology.
  2. Customised Padlock fits inside Motorcycle Security patented Steel Shroud. The padlocks Shackle has to be completely removable from the body, as you can see in the picture below, allowing the Shackle to be placed through the top of the Steel Shroud.
  3. Motorcycle Security Bolt Cutter proof Chain (10mm diameter High Tensile Chain) cannot be cut with a Bolt Cutter no matter how long the Bolt Cutter is.

Note...

You can purchase any length of 10mm diameter High Tensile Chain you require.

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7: Motorcycle Security manufacturer direct special offer.

Australian Manufacturer Direct Special Offer
...Theft Proof Security Products...

Today
February 20, 2019

until
March 02, 2019

save $90 off RRP

the world's
Highest Security Rated

locking system replacing a Padlock and Mild Steel Chain

Plus...

Next business day free delivery anywhere in Australia.

All countries other than Australia we will quote the delivery cost.

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8: Today February 20, 2019 best selling security products.

Australian Made
Theft Proof Security Products

Hide Away Safe
World Leader in Portable Security
High Security, Light-Weight
Virtually Indestructible Safe

Hide Away Safe
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Docking Station and 4 removable insert boxes.

Easy DIY Installation in:
Residential Homes, Vehicles
Caravans, Motor Homes, RV’s, Offices, Factories and Boats.

Other product specific Hide Away Safe web sites...

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9: What to do next.

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