As urban cycling rises in popularity, so does bike theft. Rather than lugging around a heavy lock or removing your seat post to prevent saddle theft, there’s now a new invention in town that’s so ingenious and convenient you’ll wonder why you didn’t think of it first. Introducing Seatylock, a bicycle saddle that quickly transforms into a solid metal lock. Stretching over three feet long, Seatylock is long enough to secure your rear wheel and frame and comes in a variety of colors and sizes to suit all rider types. If you want to get your hands on a Seatylock, head over to its Kickstarter to bring this combined bicycle saddle and lock to production!
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