Dear lordy ive gone blind
who designed that site the writing is giving me a headache.
On the serious side ,what can you do
certainly you cant completely guard against this sort of theft.Although that said TK's suggestion on chassis mounted anchors would probably result in some fool wrecking the lot attempting to pry them off.As to an alarm,how many times have you heard a car alarm or house alarm go off and didnt investigate.Seems the only sure way is to park inside a lock up or have a security guard on station
Hope they find the scum and the judge takes note of the total cost and throws the book at them.
From what i gather these days its highly likely they end up in a shipping container and are sent abroad for splitting or for sale.
I think the only real way of protecting the bikes and their components is to use the smart water stuff,sure its not guaranteed to prevent theft or the headache for the people losing their stuff or even the duped buyer
but if the potential theives know its been used it might put them off trying in the first place.
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