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Buy Your Bike Lock at Academy

Quality bikes are often stolen. Keep your bike where it belongs while you're away with a bicycle lock from Academy Sports + Outdoors. Since you can't constantly keep an eye on your bike, we feature bike locks that provide the bicycle security you need. Our bicycle locks are made out of tough, durable materials like braided steel cables and hardened steel shackles to keep your bike safe wherever you lock it up. If you prefer the personalization possible with a combination bike lock, ours feature up to 10,000 possible combinations! We also offer lock and key models like the popular bike U lock, with anti-theft designs that will make potential thieves think twice. Shop our selection of bike locks and find the perfect protection to provide the bike security you need.

Tips for How to Lock Your Bike

Many people know the horror of having their bike stolen. To prevent such an unfortunate event from happening to you, here's our list of what to do to ensure your bike lock does its job properly and your bicycle stays safe!

  1. Lock your bike to something solid that will stay put. Make sure that whatever object you lock your bike to is fixed and can't be removed.

  2. Lock your bike in a public place. Thieves are less likely to try and break a bike lock when there are witnesses around. Locking your bike in a crowded area can prevent it from being taken.

  3. Always secure your bike, even if you're just leaving it alone for a few minutes. It only take seconds for a practiced bike thief to swoop in and steal it!