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  10. Anonymous says...

    I actually saw a couple similar locks on bikes in Amsterdam, where people usually use very hefty chain locks. BUT, virtually every bike also has an AXA rear wheel lock, which immobilizes the bike (though it can still be lifted and carried away.) For total security you should have the rear wheel lock and a giant chain lock. But, if you’re going to use a flimsy but cute lock like this one, at least do so with a rear wheel lock.

    I think there are a lot of things like this which are cute, but are not for true bikers and certainly not for city bikers. If you live in the suburbs and keep your bike in the garage, and you just ride recreationally or lock your bike up for brief periods of time in a very safe area, these are cute. But to me they scream, “non-biker phony who wants to look cute and jump on the bike craze!”

  11. I know I’m just reiterating what everyone else said, but – THIS IS SO COOL!

  12. it’s super cute! but i imagine, someone could basically bite it off. :( u-lock needs to make an ivy version.

  13. this is amazing.
    I just started a pintrest so I can save onto this image instead of it getting lost in my tumblr.

  14. o0o I really want one!!

  15. Pretty bike lock.I like that!Wish I could have one.Thanks for sharing!

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  17. Cute but rubbish against bike thieves and their huge wire cutters!

  18. that is so witty & clever. love it.

  19. Loved the tumblr site! Also your blog is one of my faves…love, love, love!

  20. Incredibly rad but it also looks incredibly easy to slice through :( Total win for the folks living in an area where professional bike thieves aren’t an issue.

  21. Anonymous says...

    ack, I think this lock wouldn’t work in any city sadly. I live in DC, and it would be stolen in seconds. :(

  22. i so want one of these.

  23. This is SO cute! Now if only I had a bike…

  24. Pretty. In San Francisco your bike would be gone in 60 seconds, though. There are bike theft rings here (I know, right?) that are so organized. You have to have your bike on total lockdown at all times.

  25. Anonymous says...

    Cute but not practical!

  26. This looks wicked!

    But yes, I to, would be incredibly paranoid about bike theft if I owned it!.

    …I’m already paranoid with a heavy duty lock on my bike!

  27. that is rad! i wonder how secure it is, though? bike thieves are the worst!

  28. The bike thief would feel too guilty to steal this bike!

  29. It is! :)

  30. Sandra DK says...

    I would worry if somebody would try and still my bike lock …not the bike ha ha ha :P
    Oh, did you decide on your holiday-destination yet? Excited to hear! :) Have a great weekend!

  31. Anonymous says...

    Cute, but impractical in the bike-theft capital of Montreal (I’m on bike #3). I do love the concept, and second the python/jungle vine ideas!

  32. Anonymous says...

    super fun, but it’s pretty obvi that the designer isn’t concerned about bike theft – that cord could be cut in a nanosecond – not to mention, you NEVER just loop through your wheel, no matter what type of lock you have! Yikes!

  33. Adorable!! I wonder if it is durable, though.

  34. Anonymous says...

    So pretty.

  35. Cute! I’m putting it on my wish list.

  36. love it! and so excited for bike season! your blog is my fave

  37. Anonymous says...

    So cute! Now they need a hefty jungle vine version for the city.

  38. This is a pretty cool concept. I wonder what the kryptonite version would be. Maybe a python, hehe.