Bringing a separate bike lock along on a ride is apparently quite the
hassle. It must be, as we've recently seen locks that double as a seatpost, saddle, handlebar and water bottle cage, along with a couple of bikes
where the lock is part of the frame itself. What about the pedals,
though? Yep, those have now been covered too, with the Pedal Lock.
Some people find it a hassle to ride around with a bicycle lock, which is why firms like Interlock offer products such as a seatpost that doubles up as a bike lock. Its latest offering, the Denny Handlebar Lock, is a handlebar that pulls apart to function as a U-lock.
When you compare it to the wreckage a drunk driver can cause, an inebriated cyclist mightn't seem all that great a threat. But in reality any road user with impaired judgement can wreak havoc through an ignored stop sign or traffic light, whatever their choice of ride. The Alcoho-Lock is aimed at preventing cyclists from hopping in the saddle when they've had one too many, working in much the same way as breath-test locks for drunk drivers.
Velasso has set out to make bicycle security easier, by making the
unlocking process automatic. As soon as users get within Bluetooth range
of their parked bike, its built-in locking mechanism will automatically