The Atomic 22 Tribe security system is basically a high tech, ultra lightweight security system designed to prevent casual pilfering of expensive components. Ours was comprised of skewer, stem cap and seatpost kit but there's literally a fastener for every part, from solid axles and quill stems to dropout hangers.
Atomic 22 infiniti3D is a comprehensive, clever and effective security system designed to protect all your bike's components, from the usual seatposts, stems and quick release skewers through to brakes, shifters, derailleurs, chain-rings, pedals and saddles. The parts are made from high-strength titanium, so it's not cheap.
If you're a user of a GPS logging site like Garmin Connect, MapMyRide, Endomondo etc. then you may want to check and consider changing your privacy settings.
Garmin for example have default privacy set to 'share' so that means any ride you upload is publicly searchable and visible to anyone. A quick look in my local area searching under 'cycling' and the word 'home' showed up loads of tracks called things like "ride home from work", "training loop from home" which basically amount to a location where a bike is kept.
Think we'll all want one for riding in London at least and just the thing for riding past the Daily Mail office on methinks:
Flame-thrower bike unveiled
A ''James Bond'' bike, complete with flame-thrower and ejector seat, has been designed to protect cyclists.
If you're investing in a big chain for your lockup to keep your bikes out of the hands of the thieves then you'll need an equally beefy lock: your security is only as strong as the weakest link. The SS50CS (catchy name) certainly isn't a weak link: it's a well-designed, heavily armoured lock that's an excellent partner to some heavy-duty chain.
Ground anchors like the Torc are fantastic if you've got a bit of hard standing to drill into, but what if your shed's on decking or earth? Well, the Shed Shackle is the next best thing. You get a hardened, powder coated steel shackle and two long plates, plus a short one, and the bits go together to form just about the most secure option available to anyone without a proper floor.
It's all very well locking your bikes up in the shed, but much better if you've got something secure to lock them to. The Torc Ground anchor has been around for a while and gained high praise; the new Series II is a simpler design that's easy to fit with standard DIY tools, and will make the basis of an excellent shed or garage security system. It's a bit cheaper than the last one as well!