ABUS motorbike locks

Whether you ride a 125, a scooter, a shopper or a sports bike – ABUS has a wide selection of clever security solutions for you: both mechanical devices and the increasingly popular devices that combine mechanical and electronic security. Motorbike thieves are thwarted by high-quality materials and a locking system that is "made in Germany" throughout.

Which is the right lock for your bike? A U-lock, a chain lock or an alarmed brake disc lock? Our lock guide shows you the best solution.

Security from ABUS – a biker's best friend.

Brake disc locks

Storage space is a rare commodity on a motorbike or scooter and yet it always needs securing against theft and unauthorised use. Which is the best sort of lock for a motorcyclist to carry ...

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Holders

It's no good having the best lock in the world if you don't use it. A truism, perhaps, but still an important point to consider in your day-to-day life. If carrying a lock is too awkward, ...

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Lock-chain combinations

Lock-chain combinations are an excellent choice when it comes to securing motorbikes and scooters. There are usually plenty of attachment options on the wheels and frame for securing them ...

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Special Security Items

Securing your motorbike against theft with a good lock is always extremely important. Of course, the same applies to helmets, accessories and garden furniture, for example. ABUS provides ...

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Steel-O-Flex

At ABUS, the name Steel-O-Flex stands for cable locks with high flexibility and double security. The steel cable is covered by overlapping shells made from hardened steel, like scale ...

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U-locks

The U-locks is classics when it comes to securing motorbikes, and for good reason. Solid materials and no moving parts outside the lock mechanism are an excellent starting point for the ...

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More information about ABUS motorcycle locks

Configurator

Find the right lock with our motorbike lock guide configurator. more

Videos

Our videos give you tips and tricks how to protect your motorcycle against theft. more

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