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 to a fixed object. A bike that is secured in this way cannot simply be picked up and carried away – which is a real security advantage. It may also be possible to use a combination of a brake disk lock and a chain. This combination is a so-called "2-in-1" solution. That means the brake disc lock can also be used without the chain and is the perfect compact companion for trips that include brief stops.
Video: Lock-chain combination X-Plus 1060 Granit
The 1060/85 CityChain is excellent to secure motorbikes. It can be attached to fixed objects like street lights, so the bike can't be moved away. Improved safety for your bike.
Video: Lock-chain combination X-Plus 1060 - Scooter
The 1060/85 CityChain is excellent to secure scooters. It can be attached to fixed objects like street lights, so the bike can't be moved away. Improved safety for your bike.
Video: Lock-chain combination Granit 8000 12KS 120
That lock-chain combination combines the alert function and the possibility to connect the chain to a fixed object. So your two-wheeler is optimally secured.
Video: Lock-chain combination Granit Extreme Plus 59 - Chain
The padlock provides extra security and is also suitable for securing high quality bicycles at high risk of theft. Maximum security level - for extra security.