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Maple Leaf

Using a long-hasp wheel lock was a common practice when I first started cycling 55 years ago.


It's like a little tiny u-lock


Long hasp Master locks like that (the inexpensive hardware store kind) fall quickly to large bolt cutters where I went to college, where large boltcutters could easily hide under a long jacket in the evening. I tried the same trick on 3 bikes. I lost wheels on all of them.


Heck, a bozo with a pop can and a pocket knife could get that rear wheel


That lock isn't even closed. Why is this on a blog.

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