We all know that locks can reduce the chances of a bike being stolen, but do you really know how to lock an electric bike?
In order to ensure the safety of your bicycle to the greatest extent, it is not enough to simply lock the electric bicycle, which also includes some tips.
Before discussing how to lock your e-bike, let's take a look at how thieves can steal your e-bike.
According to statistics, most bicycles are stolen because they are not locked. Therefore, locking the bicycle can play a certain anti-theft role.
If your e-bike battery is non-removable, then you don't have to worry about the safety of the battery.
But if your bike battery is removable, then you need a lock to lock the battery handle to the bike frame.
If you are using a cable lock or chain lock, remember to lock the tire, frame, and battery at the same time.
Bike locks work in two ways, the first is to lock the bike directly to the fixture so the bike can't be stolen. The second is to lock the locking device to the bicycle's tires so that the bicycle cannot be pushed away. But the second locking method still has the possibility of being stolen, such as putting the whole bike directly into the truck compartment and taking it away.
Yes, if possible, you are better off using two locks to lock your front and rear wheels to the frame. This will prevent thieves from stealing your tires. Especially if you leave your bike parked in one place for a long time without using it.
When you lock the front wheel of your bike, you should put the lock through both the front tire and the frame so that it doesn't happen that a thief removes the entire front wheel and steals the rest of your bike.
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