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A nice (and expensive) bike like a Townie should NOT be locked up with a cable lock. That's pretty ridiculous and nearly a guarantee it will be stolen eventually! Cable locks can be cut with ordinary tools in seconds. Use a u lock! You can get a mini OnGuard u lock for about $22 from Amazon.

Lynn Smythe

A. Compared to the other bikes we own, a Townie is not expensive.
B. This is an old, beat up bike.
C. A cable lock is fine for locking up a bike for a few minutes. My daughter and her friends go down the street to Walmart, etc..., only inside for a few minutes. I live in a decent neighborhood, if people were stealing beach cruisers from the parking lot of Walmart, CVS, etc... I wouldn't be living here.
D. U lock is bulky and heavy compared to a cable lock. My daughter used to not use a lock at all, so I'm happy that she likes the Wordlock and actually uses it.
Take care,
Lynn Smythe AKA the Bike Diva

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This lock is perfect to use if you are only locking your bike up for a while. It's always a good idea though to use an OnGuard lock or a U-lock if you are planning on locking your bike up for a while or if you are visiting a new place which you don't know is safe.

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