Hey guys, my name’s Liang I’m a college student and cyclist at USC. I’ve had three bikes stolen while at USC and it really pissed me off so now I’m doing something about it.
I’ve created a lock that specifically secures the wheels of a bike. It works by replacing the hex nuts or quick release skewers holding a bike in place. It’s designed so none of the common theft tools (i.e. wrenches, vice grips, bolt cutters, flamethrowers, that laser gun from Goldeneye, etc.) can get through it or get any leverage on it.
The nut can only be tightened / loosened with the specific wrench that comes in each package. There are multiple variations of these nut:wrench combinations.
I’d love to get some feedback from you guys on the product, whether or not you’d use it, and any advice you have (from business/marketing ideas to product improvements).