This pack offers a complete anti-theft system for your whole bike.
Unlike traditional locks, with Pinhead you can now protect specific components on your bike from theft. The unique Pinhead key system means that, unlike competitor locks of this type, they cannot be removed with a simple screwdriver.
Once installed, the quick release wheel locks, seatpost lock and headset lock remain permanently on your bike, even when you ride. When you need to remove components for adjustments and servicing, your Pinhead key lets you do this quickly and easily. The Convex technology on Pinhead locks protects them from removal by hammer, pliers, picks, universal socket tools, grinders and bolt cutters.
The City Lock is half the weight of competitor frame locks, without being any less secure. Its robust 40mm x 14mm cross section, hinged closure system and hidden key entry, prevent even the most sophisticated attacks from thieves. The pack also includes a mounting bracket for the City Lock which can be attached to you seat tube or seatpost. The bracket allows for easy storage whilst riding.
Pinhead locks use a special coded key that comes with each lockset. The key is ergonomically engineered to install and tighten your locks, and also serves as a bottle opener. Each key is different, and comes engraved with a nine-digit code so it can be replaced if lost. With your key code, matching locks can be ordered to protect your other components or other bikes.
Children's bikes are generally measured by wheel size, rather than by frame size. Remember children do grow very quickly and you need to take this into consideration when buying a kids bike, However, if you buy a bike that is simply too big for your child, you will compromise your child's safety, and ultimately discourage your child from cycling.
Age of Child
Which Size Bike Do I Require?
Adults bikes and those for 10/11 years and over, are generally measured by frame size. This is normally the measurement between the centre of the bottom bracket to the top of the seat tube.