It seems obvious that a decent bike needs a decent lock, but you would be surprised by how many people pay a lot of money for a nice bike and then skimp on a cheap, susceptible lock. Don't make this mistake!
But which type of lock should you choose?
1) Safety in Numbers. It may sound harsh, but parking your bike in a crowded rack helps increase the chances a thief will target someone else's bike, not yours.
Moving swiftly between ebay, Craigslist, Amazon, and a series of automated feeds, Cheri began searching for the stolen bike with a vengeance. While I'd helped design our theft recovery process, I hadn't yet played co-pilot to Cheri after a bike theft. It was exhilarating to watch, and, more importantly, it worked...