Onguard bar lock
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2005 GT200 / 2006 LX150 (Stolen)
Joined: 10 Jul 2010
Posts: 106
Location: Tulsa
Wed Jan 11, 2017 8:31 am quote
I'm on the hunt for a decent chain lock security setup for a GT200 -- I now know how useless a simple disc lock can be. I've seen a few threads here about locking a scoot, but am still confused by the choices and methods. I've been looking at the Onguard Beast with T-bar, but it seems to get mixed reviews on Amazon; does anyone have experience with this lock? It looked like a possible alternative to the anti-pinch pin and chain setup.


  1. The lock would only be used overnight and at my home, so portability and weight aren't necessarily a factor.
  2. It needs to be fairly convenient to use. I'm a daily rider and I know I won't use a lock if it takes me too long to secure or if I have to get down on my hands and knees to unlock my scooter in the morning.
  3. It has to look like a deterrent. A disc lock and cable locks have not discouraged these miscreants.
  4. It cannot be alarmed as our neighborhood is ruled by cats who take great delight in disturbing humans.
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2016 gts 300 super
Joined: 13 Jan 2017
Posts: 62
Location: Waikiki
Sat Jan 14, 2017 1:10 pm quote
I currently use a kryptonite chain and lock and so far no complaints. I think they are the best you can get and they even give you money if they cut the chain and steal the bike
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