RoadLok. A Locking System With A Factory Look Permanently Mounted To Your Motorcycle.

CHRoadlock1CHRoadlock2The RoadLok is a locking system that safely and effectively prevents roll away theft. The system is designed to be permanently mounted on a motorcycle, eliminating the need for storing the lock while riding.

Additionally, the system’s permanently mounted design prevents any movement, making it virtually impossible to damage calipers and fenders or injure the rider by forgetting to remove a lock before riding.

Mounts to Brake Caliper. Nothing to carry. Lightweight. Billet Aluminum. Easy Unlocking. No Reminder Cords Needed. Eligible for Insurance Discounts. Lifetime warranty. All RoadloK Systems are manufactured and assembled in the United States. RoadLok Security.

15 Responses to “RoadLok. A Locking System With A Factory Look Permanently Mounted To Your Motorcycle.”

  1. 1 Terence Tory Nov 6th, 2013 at 9:33 am

    So a thief just unbolts the caliper from the fork,duct tapes in on the fork and pushes it around the block and his buddy helps load it into the van?

  2. 2 Vince Nov 6th, 2013 at 9:43 am

    Terence. Good luck unbolting the caliper if you understand how the lock works.

  3. 3 Terence Tory Nov 6th, 2013 at 9:55 am

    Vince,smash the lugs off the fork with a sledge and a big chisel? Undo the disc bolts with a cordless drill with an allan bit? Thieves don’t care how they get their booty.You can only slow a thief down,you rarely stop them.

  4. 4 P. Hamilton. Nov 6th, 2013 at 9:58 am

    Terence Tory is hilarious. He has an answer to and for everything, especially outside the real world.

  5. 5 Terence Tory Nov 6th, 2013 at 10:07 am

    P. Hamilton.Where do you park you bike? I’ve got a hardened prybar that’s six feet long and a handheld hydraulic ram that can break or bend just about anything on a motorcycle.

    I just put my hands on them tools a minute ago,they sure seem real to me.

  6. 6 BlkBkr Nov 6th, 2013 at 10:08 am

    I have one of these on my bagger and when locked, the bike won’t move a inch. Also cut down on my insurance just a little.
    @ Terence – I look at it this way, if someone sees two bikes and is going to try and steal them they want to do it fast and clean, my bike ain’t going to be fast and clean…Guessing they are not going to spend 15 minutes smashing the lugs and making a ton of noise to attract attention.

  7. 7 Rash Nov 6th, 2013 at 10:09 am

    TT. Are you a pro thief?

  8. 8 Terence Tory Nov 6th, 2013 at 10:14 am

    Rash.Pro motorcycle engineer:it pays way better for little sweat and effort.If you’ve ever aligned a frame in a box you would know what the ram is for.Like for doing wonderfully bad jobs like straightening and aligning sportster “hammers” and motor mounts at the back of the frame.

  9. 9 Schmink Nov 6th, 2013 at 11:02 am

    TT – any and all theft deterrents are just that, deterrents. A sledge and a chisel are going to do a fair job defeating most locking systems. I deadbolt the doors on my house, but a chisel and sledge are likely to get you through the door eventually…after causing considerable calamity in the process.

    BlkBkr has it right – most theives are likely to move on to the next target if there is decent effort expended on a deterent. This system may have an advantage over standard disc locks in preventing destruction of your calipers due to forgetting to remove the locks, which happens more often than one might think. On top of that, I for one, have enough crap I have to jam in this bag and that pouch and hate dealing with a disc lock and a coiled-up “reminder” cable.

  10. 10 Stephen Nov 6th, 2013 at 2:01 pm

    Your all missing the most obvious way to get around “wheel locks”. Lift the locked wheel onto a skateboard or movers dolly and roll the bike away.

  11. 11 john reed Nov 6th, 2013 at 2:59 pm

    You are getting desperate
    but you are still loosing

  12. 12 john reed Nov 6th, 2013 at 3:34 pm

    Its counting

    your wobbling

    are you going to struggle up

    I reckon your gone

  13. 13 Terence Tory Nov 7th, 2013 at 3:29 am

    john reed.I’m back on deck.Fighting fit and always lurking.

  14. 14 Rick Lossner Nov 7th, 2013 at 7:53 am

    You all need to move to better neighborhoods:). Lol

  15. 15 Terence Tory Nov 7th, 2013 at 8:31 am

    Rick Lossner,Now that I’ve scared off the young thieves,tagging youth gang fools and drug dealers from my big block area I can sleep at night in peace.It’s been that way for quite a while now.The last idiot was spotted about a year ago and ran off into the night like the wind when I fronted him.A house like a big white fortress does help,I can’t deny.

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