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If you have a rack, the simpler way to hang the u-lock is with the flat base resting on the rack upper supports and the tip hanging forward inside the triangle. It leaves enough lateral clearance for your legs and it's usually surprisingly stable (but you can tie the tip with a velcro strip to the seat tube if you want). It works on bikes with or without a triangle. Even if you don't have a rack but you have the mounting eyelets you can rig something by screwing two pieces of metal to them to act as u-lock supports.

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