Freelock Self-Locking Two-Wheeler Prevents Burglary

By: Andrew Robichaud - Published: May 26, 2009 • References: yankodesign
I’m going to openly admit that in my lifetime I’ve had two bikes stolen from me. One because I didn’t have a lock, and the second because the thief had a pair of bolt cutters.

With the Freelock Cycle designed by Bong Hokuen & Ko Yoenjung, neither of the previous situations would have happened.

The FreeLock Self-Locking Bicycle turns the seat of the bike into a full fledged locking system. A bar comes from the frame and connects to the bottom of the seat for a tough secure lock.

The locking system of the bike can also be rotated 90 degrees in order to comfortably lock the bike to a standing pole of some sort.

It’s a pretty slick design and a great way to save some money and spare the tears of a small child. Stats for Theft-Proof Bicycles Trending: Older & Mild
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