Gallery: Senza Bike Lock Renders Handlebars Useless to Bike Thieves

 

The only thing better than deterring a bike thief altogether is watching him wobble away on a bike without the benefit of handlebars to steer his escape. That’s what Jaryn Miller‘s Senza Bicycle promises — the lock is an integrated part of the bike that also serves as the handlebars, so when it is broken the function of the bike itself is compromised.

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  1. warrensensei May 3, 2011 at 5:09 pm

    It still leaves the front tire vulnerable to theft. It needs a mechanism similar to the rear tire one.

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