Motorcycle Helmet Lock and Gear Lock
Author: Lawerence Senff
You've spent a great deal of money on all those accessories including your helmet. But now you need to keep it safe while you are away from it. You can accomplish that with a motorcycle helmet lock or gear lock. Here are just a few to check out.
Using the factory helmet lock is tough enough but if you have two helmets then it's impossible. There are several systems available on the market that will accommodate two helmets and secure your helmets much better than the factory systems.
1. Kewl Metal Chrome Helmet Lock
This fits the Kuryakyn ISO grips and it only takes a couple of minutes to bolt on. Works with the throttle boss too. It's also reasonably priced which makes it a great pick.
2. OnGuard Beast Pad Lock With Chain
This is one of the strongest on the market with the dual lock deadbolt that has the best holding power on the market. The M cylinder means it can't be picked and it can't be drilled. Each lock comes with 4 laser keys. This lock won't let you down and for what you get it's priced very reasonable.
3. Aeromach Saddlebag Locks
These locks have recently been modified to make them even more secure than they've been in the past. They are made from carved billet aluminum and they are easy to install. A simple solution to a problem.
4. Kuryakyn Universal Helmet Lock
The chrome lock mounts to 7/8" to 1 ¼" bar with a flexible coil cable gives you plenty of flexibility. Designed to use daily and last longer than many of the competitions.
5. Kryptonite Disc Lock
This will prevent your disk lock from being engaged. It's flexible and coiled cable will keep things nice and secure. And to make sure you don't try to ride off yourself with the lock in place a flashing LED will remind you the lock is in place. It's a slick system that works well to keep your bike safe and sound.
6. Kryptonite New York 3000
This model is even stronger than the last with the ultimate in U locks. It's designed for high traffic and high theft areas. Made from kryptonite with a steel shackle that will resist even the most serious molt cutter pro. This is the perfect motorcycle lock and you won't be disappointed with its performance. In fact you'll be glad you invested in it the first time it does its job.
Whether you are looking to lock your helmet, your gear, or the motorcycle itself there are plenty of different lock choices on the market. In fact there are so many that it can become a bit overwhelming.
Start by deciding what locks it is you need. Then do your research online and do your price comparisons too. You can save a great deal of money by shopping online and the selection is endless.
Whether you are looking for a motorcycle helmet lock or a lock for other gear it's time to shop online.
About the author
Lawerence Senff has owned and ridden motorcycles for 15 years now. Combined with 20 years of being a mechanic, he can be considered an expert on this topic. His motorcycle site, http://www.motorcycleadvice.com
, has technical articles on working with your bike as well as pictures of the latest motorcycle models with reviews.
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