Parts & Accessories
Extra Protection For Your Two-Wheeler With the WBA 60, you hugely increase safety for your bike in the cellar, garage, or at the house. An ABUS lock protects your bike even better when you connect it to a solid object. The WBA 60 wall and floor anchor is there so that this option can also be available in your bicycle cellar or garage. It offers you additional protection for your bike at any desired location. - 10mm-thick shackle made of hardened special steel for maximum resistance - Includes mounting accessories - In combination with an ABUS lock it offers the highest security
No, ABUS's WA-50 Wall Anchor is not a bike lock per se. But it is the next level in securing your bike or motorcycle inside your home or garage. For anybody who has had a bike stolen out of their city apartment or garage you know that sometimes keeping a bike inside is not enough. The WA-50 enables you to securely lock your two-wheeled ride of choice inside. Once installed, this wall anchor is very secure and offers great protection for your ride when used in conjunction with your favorite ABUS lock.
Never put your keys under the door mat or in the flower pot again! With an ABUS KeyGarage, your keys are secure and weather-protected. The solid metal housing protects up to 20 keys or 14 key cards against unauthorized access. Furthermore, the KeyGarage offers a simple and secure solution for easy exchange of keys and key cards: the only thing an authorized person needs to gain access to keys or key cards is the resettable 4-digit code. If the authorized group changes, the code can be changed quickly and easily. The ABUS KeyGarage 797 can be mounted with the shackle, e.g. on door knobs or handrails for flexible setup.
The TexKF Mini is designed to carry coil cables, cable and Steel-O-Flex locks (sold separately) and can be mounted on round and non-round frame tubes with a diameter or 21-80mm utilizing the flexible textile sleeve. This bracket can mount within the frame or on the side.
SH SF Bracket, Saddlefix & Raincap for Bordo 6000K/90 & 6000C/90
Designed specifically for ABUS's uGrip Bordo 5700, this convenient carrying case makes for easy, rattle-free transportation of your lock. If you have more than one bike you lock up, mount one of these cases on each bike so can just grab your lock off one bike, slide it into the case on the one you're about to ride, and off you go. - Flexible mounting options–mounts via hook-and-loop straps or screws directly into bottle cage mounts - Silicone grippers on straps protect frame from damage and prevents slipping - Convenient "push to release" closure makes it extremely easy to get lock in and out of case
This bracket allows easy mounting of U-shackle locks to the bike - Mounting on round frames with a diameter of 28 - 36mm - Includes two sets of screws in different lengths for varying frame diameters - Plastic bracket for mounting with rubber inlays for a secure hold - Index marks on the bracket to simplify subsequent mountings - Comfortable one-hand operation - Very quick mounting
The EaZyKF Round Lock Bracket offers innovative, one-handed mounting for ABUS bicycle locks. - Fits ABUS U-locks 11-13mm round and square with matching shackle clamp (not included) - For round frame tubes 28-36mm diameter
$22.99 - $29.99
Secure your Bosch eBike battery to your bike using a quality ABUS lock core.
This bracket provides easy transport for the BORDO 6055 Lite. - Simple, tool-free mounting due to convenient clutching straps - The lock can be easily removed by sliding forwards out of the bracket - Perfect for small framed bikes
This mounting bracket is for transporting Steel-O-Flex, cable, and coil cable locks. - Enables transporting the lock on the seat post, on the frame, or on the rack stays - Compatible with frame diameters of 15 - 55mm - Simple mounting without tools
This bracket is for convenient carrying of Steel-O-Flex, cable, and coil cable locks - Enables transporting the lock on the seat post, on the frame, or on the rack stays - Compatible with frame diameters of 15 - 55mm - Simple mounting without tools
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