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It's still locked up—if proper technique is used—and I suppose that applies to all locks.

Cables that loop into a proper D/U-lock as supplementary security are fine, but full cable locks, just like seat pads, mountain bike aero bars, strobing (not just blinking) headlights, and those rude fenders that leave a dirty spray in their wake should be condemned to the scrap heap of bad bicycle accessories that an ethical bike shop wouldn't sell.


kinda pisses me off cause i thought of this a long time ago and left it at the hacked seat post point, never thought to take it to a product stage. grr oh well guess that means ill have to market my next genius bike hack lol.

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