Motorcycle security doesn’t get any tougher than Squire’s Sold Secure Diamond and Gold rated Motolok range for on the road and at home. From our world-beating Behemoth and Massiv lock and chain sets, Attila brake disc locks, Himalaya ground anchors and garage door defenders, this incredibly tough range is designed to take motorcycle security to the highest level.
Our Behemoth lock and chain set is testament to Squire’s promise of ‘toughness guaranteed.’ It’s our strongest ever ‘at home’ lock and chain set for the security conscious motorcyclist, for chaining motorcycles to ground anchors, such as our Sold Secure Diamond rated Himalaya. Featuring the toughest lock in the world with our massive 100mm wide padlock and dual 6-pin tumbler cylinder for double security, a solid-hardened steel lock body, a 20mm diameter hardened boron alloy steel shackle and the chain being a whopping 17.2kg and constructed with the highest quality alloy steel, this set is nearly impossible to penetrate. That’s why it’s backed by the Solid Secure Motorcycle Diamond rating.
For convenient ‘on the road’ security, there’s Attila, the world’s first Sold Secure Diamond rated brake disc lock. Available in three versions for single or twin brake discs, portable and easy to fit to a motorcycle wheel, it features a super-resistant 17mm locking bolt made of hardened steel and a clever hardened steel shackle shield for added protection. Weather and corrosion resistant, the 6-pin tumbler lock mechanism offers over 260,000 key differs. Weighing 2.2kg, it offers a great additional layer of security when combined with our top rated lock and chain sets.
Visitors to Squire’s stand can also chat with our brand ambassador and motorcycle legend Nick Sanders MBE. Nick will be on stand at set times on show days talking about his latest adventures.
The Squire name has been at the forefront of lock making since 1780, with a great British history carried down through eight generations. Known for some of the technologically advanced products in lock making, Squire has a long heritage in two-wheel security, making motorcycle security since the 1930s.