The Sledg 77 SRA disc brake lock, which is still pretty compact, is very easy to use. Thanks to the sliding mechanism, which ensures a flexible and easy assembly, you can secure your motorbike in no time.
This SRA-version complies with the requirements and criteria of most European insurance policies.
This French SRA-control mark is equivalent to the Dutch ART-quality mark. The latter grants Sledg 77 SRA disc brake lock 4 stars, which is the highest score.
This lock has been equipped with the infamous ABUS X-Plus cylinder and received the Security Level 17, which stands for very good protection at a high-level risk of theft. For optimum theft protection, it is of course always advisable to additionally secure your beloved steed to a fixed object, like a post.
The compact Granit Sledg 77 fits effortlessly in a small tankbag or underneath the saddle. The lock is delivered with a convenient storage bag and two keys. This lock can be ordered ‘equally locking’, which means that you can operate several locks with the same set of keys.
There is also a fluorescent yellow Memory Cable supplied. How does it work? Simple: you attach one side together with the lock, the other side is placed around your motorbike’s handlebar. This way, you’ll never forget to remove the disc brake lock before taking off.
The 13-mm locking pin fits a large number of brake discs. A soft plastic cover prevents paint damage.
Tip from the RAD-house: Make it a habit to always attach the disc brake lock to your front wheel brake disc. It’s where the potential thief is most likely to spot it (that’s okay, a lock always has a dissuasive effect) and you are most likely to be reminded of it.
You wouldn’t be the first to take off and end up with a distorted brake disc or a banged-up mudguard.