Brake disc lock Provogue 305

Always to hand and as simple as it is effective: the Provogue 305 from ABUS will fit on the brake disc of almost any scooter.

Brake disc lock Provogue 305


The Provogue 305 is your daily go-to for that bit of extra security when out on the roads. Its compact construction means it can be used on all models that have limited space.

Hard steel, impact-resistant metal casting: Security always starts with robust components. Here at ABUS, we know our stuff. With the Provogue 305, you are getting a brake disc lock that offers proven, basic protection for your scooter.

Comfort included: The large button locks the Provogue 305 at the click of a finger. And the reversible key makes unlocking just as easy.


  • 5 mm steel bolt
  • The bolt is made of specially hardened steel
  • The lock body is made from impact-resistant metal casting
  • Rubber-coated surface
  • Comfortable automatic locking thanks to the big closing button
  • ABUS quality cylinder with user-friendly reversible key
  • Two keys are supplied in the scope of delivery
  • Manual cover to protect the keyhole from dirt and corrosion

Operation and use:

  • Basic protection at low theft risk
  • Recommended for securing scooters in sight for a short period


  • A carry case is included in the scope of delivery


  • To increase security during longer parking times, you should lock your motorbike to a fixed object with an additional lock
  • Brake disc locks are a very compact category of motorbike locks and are therefore easy to transport

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