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Tigr Bike Lock

Tigr Lock is the new elegant bicycle lock, developed to secure and protect your two wheeled friend. Its main feature is its long bow-like shape that allows you to lock both wheels and the bike frame to a secure static structure. You can attach it to your bikeīs frame top tube, and easily carry it with you, Tigr Lock comes with straps and silicone rings to be sure you donīt scratch your rideīs paintwork, and get a silent ride, without any rattling metal sounds. Hand crafted in the USA, itīs made with a strong titanium alloy and an anti-pick rotary disc lock, housed in a steel casing. Tigr Lock is secure, light, flexible, easy to carry and will fit nicely within your bikeīs silhouette. Available in three sizes. watch the video

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