All bike locks are not equal. Never compromise.
For peace of mind, protect your bike with Yale.

Whether you use your bike for fun, the morning commute or in sporting competitions, our new range of locks have been designed to keep your bike secure.

On the inside, our locks are constructed with a four point locking mechanism, are pick, pull and bump resistant and have cylinders made with hardened steel shackles and chains. Externally, our locks are fully-coated to protect your bicycle or powersport vehicle from scratches and feature keyway seals to shield internal parts from the elements, while the Yale branding sends a clear warning to thieves: don’t even try!

Plus there is the extras; universal mounting brackets, four laser cut keys (including 1 with micro-light), product guarantees and clear rating by the respected Sold Secure ratings system.

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Introducing the NEW range of bike locks from Yale.

We’re really excited to announce our latest range of Yale bike locks! Find out about the key features of the range.

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Watch and share new our video campaign! There is an easier way to secure your bike! With the new range of bike locks from Yale you can trust that our products are designed to perform.

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How to choose a lock

Are you looking for a bike lock for your bike but don’t know where to start? This blog post will give you everything you need to know to help you to make your decision.

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Find out the best way to lock your bike

When it comes to bike security, it’s not only about buying the best bike lock but also about how you ensure your bike is locked properly. In this blog post we’re going to run you through our top-tips on how you can make sure your bike is safe!

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Understanding the Bike Lock Security System

When it comes to understanding the bike lock security system, we know there’s a lot of information to take in. We’re here to help you understand what the different Sold Secure ratings mean and what you need to know about the different types of locks.

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