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Sphyke Bike Wheel Lock Locks Your Detachable Wheel

by Conner Flynn
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Sadly, there are a ton of thieves in this world. That’s just the way it is. And those who ride bikes are constant targets. While there are a ton of ways to lock up your bike, unless you remove and chain them up, they won’t stop thieves from stealing your detachable wheels. Well, now you can protect them too.

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Sphyke is basically a simple combination lock that allows you to remove the wheel when you need to, but it makes it harder for a thief to steal it. The device acts as a locking nut, which can only be removed if you know the combination.

It’s just an extra added bit of security. Not infallible, but it ups the odds that you will have a ride home. The company also makes locks for the seat and seat pole, as well as the stem, so they have your whole bike covered.

Prices for the Sphyke range from about $30 to $66(USD), depending on which parts of your bike you want to secure.

[via Werd via OhGizmo!]

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