Thankyouverymuch for all the feedback.
Bikeregister does not operate in Sweden to my knowledge.
Electronic tagging of bikes only works when the bike is found and that is the hard part. A tracking system would make finding the bike much easier. Much like this system here
. Then some big brawnly types can locate the stolen property and recover it.
And why a tracking system you might ask. Because a decent bike these days cost the same as a LCD tv which they are outfitting with tracking systems.
Locking a bike to something solid or very heavy is what all people should. But carrying around on a 5 kilo worth of locks and chain is not quite the solution that I am looking for.
About shocking the thief into submission made me think of the handle bars on a bike. Instead of frying his rear you could have a self-contained tazer unit that would fire after a certain amount of time that the bike was stolen probably sending the thief into powerful spasms resulting in the thief falling of the bike.
An other version could be that his rear and hands are superglued to the seat and handle bars while a 115 db siren makes his life just bit more FUBAR.
As for protection systems against thief I still would like those use that rocket propelled seat. I can just see the situation in the emergency room at the local hospital when they bring him in with the seat up his rear.
And the point to all this: It is not funny to have a bike stolen. So why should the thief have any fun with it?
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