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Hello there
It’s Francesco from EasyBlock.

I work for a new startup involved in the bike security world.

We make unique locks for bikes designed to protect the bike at any stop.

We want to be more involved with the riders community and this forum looks perfect for it.

All our products are Made in Italy,
Have a look at it on our website:

https://easyblock.com

Please let me know what you think about the motorcycle security in general and in the specific if you think this product could help your community and save some bikes around!

For all the people interested I will provide a special discount CODE for the members of this forum.

Have a good one my friends!
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Welcome in Francesco. Look forward to many more posts and hopefully a few sales.
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Hi Francesco, welcome.

Looks like a good idea, I like the idea of a lock that's permanently fixed to the bike.

At first glance it appears that you're targeting the scooter market primarily, do you have any plans to make a model for fitting to larger bikes, maybe a generic fitting that will mate up with the majority of back brake callipers, or something that will fit to swingarms?

I appreciate as well that most bikers will complain that these will add "unsprung" weight to a bike, have you done any testing on bigger bikes? (Obviously this is less of an issue on scooters that have relatively heavy swingarms, the lock will be a smaller percentage of the overall unsprung weight.)
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We are coming out with more and more models for bigger bikes as the MT07, MT09, X-Adv, CB500x, Teneree 700, Africa twin, and more are coming.
They are also the best lock we have ever made, as they are small and minimal(solving the problem of the weight and avoiding touching the aesthetic of the bike)
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Right then guys. Been in discussions with Francesco. Anyone wanting to try one of these ? Obviously it'll need to be a bike that's listed of course.
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Rockburner wrote: Fri Oct 29, 2021 8:32 am Hi Francesco, welcome.

Looks like a good idea, I like the idea of a lock that's permanently fixed to the bike.

At first glance it appears that you're targeting the scooter market primarily, do you have any plans to make a model for fitting to larger bikes, maybe a generic fitting that will mate up with the majority of back brake callipers, or something that will fit to swingarms?

I appreciate as well that most bikers will complain that these will add "unsprung" weight to a bike, have you done any testing on bigger bikes? (Obviously this is less of an issue on scooters that have relatively heavy swingarms, the lock will be a smaller percentage of the overall unsprung weight.)
Roadblock has been around for years and available for basically any bike using radial front brakes.
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PitaNaanRoti wrote: Wed Nov 03, 2021 7:26 am
Rockburner wrote: Fri Oct 29, 2021 8:32 am Hi Francesco, welcome.

Looks like a good idea, I like the idea of a lock that's permanently fixed to the bike.

At first glance it appears that you're targeting the scooter market primarily, do you have any plans to make a model for fitting to larger bikes, maybe a generic fitting that will mate up with the majority of back brake callipers, or something that will fit to swingarms?

I appreciate as well that most bikers will complain that these will add "unsprung" weight to a bike, have you done any testing on bigger bikes? (Obviously this is less of an issue on scooters that have relatively heavy swingarms, the lock will be a smaller percentage of the overall unsprung weight.)
Roadblock has been around for years and available for basically any bike using radial front brakes.
Do you mean "Roadlok"? Just looked at that, they're only for radial calipers apparently.
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Rockburner wrote: Wed Nov 03, 2021 8:37 am
PitaNaanRoti wrote: Wed Nov 03, 2021 7:26 am
Rockburner wrote: Fri Oct 29, 2021 8:32 am Hi Francesco, welcome.

Looks like a good idea, I like the idea of a lock that's permanently fixed to the bike.

At first glance it appears that you're targeting the scooter market primarily, do you have any plans to make a model for fitting to larger bikes, maybe a generic fitting that will mate up with the majority of back brake callipers, or something that will fit to swingarms?

I appreciate as well that most bikers will complain that these will add "unsprung" weight to a bike, have you done any testing on bigger bikes? (Obviously this is less of an issue on scooters that have relatively heavy swingarms, the lock will be a smaller percentage of the overall unsprung weight.)
Roadblock has been around for years and available for basically any bike using radial front brakes.
Do you mean "Roadlok"? Just looked at that, they're only for radial calipers apparently.
I do - that is what I said above.
Other than the Africa Twin - there isn't anything large catered for which is odd considering they have come here to advertise and sell.
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PitaNaanRoti wrote: Wed Nov 03, 2021 9:04 pm
Rockburner wrote: Wed Nov 03, 2021 8:37 am
PitaNaanRoti wrote: Wed Nov 03, 2021 7:26 am

Roadblock has been around for years and available for basically any bike using radial front brakes.
Do you mean "Roadlok"? Just looked at that, they're only for radial calipers apparently.
I do - that is what I said above.
Other than the Africa Twin - there isn't anything large catered for which is odd considering they have come here to advertise and sell.
They came here as I invited them from another forum. If they don't sell any it's no big deal, just thought some on here may find it interesting
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Post by Dodgy69 »

The thought of this device having a bad day and jamming my wheel at 70mph is truly frightening. It's a no from me. Good luck.
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Post by Screwdriver »

Does it have a safety interlock to prevent riding off with the lock engaged?
Does it have remote indication that the lock is engaged?
Does it have a failsafe mode to prevent accidental operation of the locking mechanism (or a practical joker doing it deliberately)?

Bet my bottom dollar half of these installations will eventually have tell tale signs of riding off with the lock engaged. Then you wonder how robust the mechanism is and if it might be impossible to unlock after it has been bent.

If there is just that spring preventing the lock from engaging while riding along then the device is positively dangerous.
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Post by Francesco »

Hi guys,

It`s been a while I didn`t published in here.
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Post by Francesco »

Hi guys,

I leave you some links that answer you some of your questions

VIDEO INSTALLATION: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JRmnsAR ... =EasyBlock

VIDEO EXPLINATION: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kHeZhN ... =EasyBlock

Thanks a lot for your attention, and always protect your bike.

Don`t forget to use the discount code active for this forum.

Have a nice day!