Your UTV represents a significant investment. Make sure you protect it with a lock and security cable.
One of the best things about UTVs is how versatile they are. They can handle rocky trails, steep inclines and extensive dunes. And with many states passing laws to allow street legal use, it isn’t unusual to see a UTV cruising down the road either. Implementing good security measures is something you should do regardless of where you are – at home, camping on the trail, on the dunes or anywhere in between. A good security cable can ensure that your machine is tethered to one spot, and a lock will keep it that way.
Because UTVs are valuable machines, they are prime targets for thieves. Utilizing security measures like locks and cables protect them, but there is actually a double purpose in using them. No one wants to deal with the hassle of a lock and cable system. So security measures like these don’t just act as protection against thievery; they also act as deterrents as well. Make sure it’s obvious you’ve locked down your vehicle securely, and you won’t have to worry about would-be thieves giving it a second look.
We’ve got excellent brands like Rider Cargo, Lockstraps and more – names known for security and quality. Pick up a new lock or cable today. Keep your UTV secure!
Randall in OH
Very nice quality materials, I have used this several times on the road, It is not too bulky easy to use, the only problem that I have had is key sometimes is hard to line up with the lock hole ThanksRead All Reviews
Daniel in CA
Really heavy duty chain and lock. Gave me good peace of mind that my bike would be where I left it. Was heavier and thicker than I expected.Read All Reviews
Ben in UT
This lock is a pretty beefy lock, which is pretty comforting when you are depending on it to protect your precious motorcycle! Finding just the right spot to slide it through the disk isn't always the easiest and the plastic scuffs just a bit, but nothing that is going to affect the real application of the lock. The provided keys worked great and you have five of them, so hopefully it should be impossible to never know where at least one of them are! It's a great lock. (I used mine on a dirt bike if anyone was wondering if you could do such a thing)Read All Reviews