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Motorcycle Security Advice & Tips

... While it may not be possible to totally prevent a thief from stealing your bike, you can make stealing your bike more of a challenge by using some common sense and high quality locks and or alarm systems. Be sure to take photographs of your bike for use in the event your bike is ever stolen...

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Anti-theft and Security Advice
Tips For Securing Your Bike Away From Your Residence
Recovering stolen bikes, ATVs or Trailers
Special Advice When Towing Your Motorcycle
Suzuki ranks as top stolen bike

 

 

Recovering stolen bikes, ATVs or Trailers

If your bike is stolen there are GPS tracking devices that can possibly help you catch the thief and recover your vehicle. This is a two for one deal I really like! GPS tracking devices that work off of a cellular network can provide the location and movements of vehicles even when they do not have a clear view of the sky.

This is very important because older satellite based versions could not get a fix or location once a vehicle was pulled inside of a building or structure.

This limitation made it difficult to even track a stolen motorcycle or ATV even if it was being transported inside of a van or an enclosed trailer.

The iFind2000 GPS Tracking device and the Gemtek offer web based tracking. Both of the devices can be configured to operate a geofence and or send a text message under the conditions that you select. The iFind2000 is about the size of a chalk board eraser and the Gemtek is about the size of the foot print of a credit card.

Both systems require monthly service fees but can be well worth it to provide a way to possibly recover a stolen vehicle before it is damaged or chopped up for parts.

In addition, the devices can be used with other vehicles as well when not installed on your motorcycle. Better get several units to protect all of your vehicles.

The Gemtek is also designed to be a personal tracker as well.

It has additional features such as the ability to be called and given a text message location only within seconds of receiving the call.

This feature is valuable when getting online is impossible. It also can be called and used as a listening device.

 

iFind2000 Gps Professional Grade Tracking System iFind2000 GPS Professional-Grade Tracking System

 

GemtekGemtek

Personal and Asset Tracking Device

 

Special Advice When Towing Your Motorcycle.

For the thousands of bikers who tow their bikes to events like Daytona's Bike Week, the risks of having a bike stolen can be even greater. These motorcycles sitting on top of trailers are like chickens roasting on a grill ready to be eaten.

When your motorcycle is mounted on a trailer, you cannot even use the fork lock as your first line of defense against theft.

Common strap tie-downs are cheap, difficult to properly attach and cannot provide any theft protection. It can take two people thirty minutes or more to properly attach strap tie-downs. It takes a thief only a matter of seconds to remove with a knife or box cutter.

Use a maximum security locking tie down device such as the Bike boneT anti-theft system . (currently unavailable)

Secure your motorcycle to the trailer with a high quality cable or chain .

Use a trailer hitch locks such as Trimax trailer hitch locks

Install an alarm system for your trailer or use a Trimax Spare Tire Lock

 

 

Special Advice When Towing Your Motorcycle

For the thousands of bikers who tow their bikes to events like Daytona's Bike Week, the risks of having a bike stolen can be even greater. These motorcycles sitting on top of trailers are like chickens roasting on a grill ready to be eaten.

When your motorcycle is mounted on a trailer, you cannot even use the fork lock as your first line of defense against theft. Common strap tie-downs are cheap, difficult to properly attach and cannot provide any theft protection. It can take two people thirty minutes or more to properly attach strap tie-downs. It takes a thief only a matter of seconds to remove with a knife or box cutter.

Use a maximum security locking tie down device such as the Bike boneT anti-theft system . (currently unavailable)

Secure your motorcycle to the trailer with a high quality cable or chain .

Use a trailer hitch locks such as Trimax trailer hitch locks

Install an alarm system for your trailer or use a Trimax Spare Tire Lock

 

 

 

Suzuki ranks as top stolen bike

Dealernews ,   August, 2005  

Now's a good chance to sell your customers on the variety of security equipment hitting the market.

A study by the Progressive Group of Insurance Companies revealed which motorcycle is the most likely to be stolen, least likely to be stolen, most crashed and least crashed. Take a look at the list, then at your best sellers, and pair up security devices accordingly.

 

Most likely to be stolen

1. Suzuki GSX-R series

2. Yamaha YZF series

3. Honda CBR series

4. Suzuki Hayabusa

5. Kawasaki Ninja series

Least likely to be stolen

1. Suzuki Savage

2. BMW R1200C

3. Honda Rebel series

4. Honda Shadow series

5. Yamaha V-Star

 

Most likely to be crashed

1. Suzuki GSX-R series

2. Kawasaki Ninja series

3. Suzuki TLR

4. Yamaha YZF series

5. Honda CBR series

 

Least likely to be crashed

1. Yamaha Virago series

2. Honda Rebel series

3. Suzuki Savage

4. Harley-Davidson FXR

5. BMW R1200C