Hiplok Launches ANKR As Part Of Secure Bike Storage Line

September 2, 2019 - by Client News, Cycling
Hiplok will launch ANKR, a revolutionary maximum security bike anchor at Eurobike next week. ANKR is part of Hiplok’s growing STORE + SECURE line which includes the award-winning AIRLOK lockable hanger and promises to offer cyclists the ultimate in secure bike storage.
Designed for use with Hiplok’s high-security chain and D locks, the all-new Hiplok ANKR is the first bike security anchor with a unique easy-fit design. ANKR features a premium hardened steel cylindrical outer case and rotating inner which when mated with a lock, cannot be removed. This unique design allows for maximum security without the need for permanent bolts, meaning ANKR is both easy to install and can also be moved to a different location if required at a later date.
The perfect combination of security, practicality and aesthetic form, ANKR’s multiple fixing holes allow for mounting on a variety of floor and wall surfaces. It’s integrated rubber cap prevents frame-scratch while adding to the neat design. Independently tested and awarded Maximum Gold Level Security for both motorbikes and bicycles by Sold Secure, ANKR is suitable for inside or outside use.
Hiplok co-founder, Ben Smith, commented “With the latest crime statistics indicating that most bikes are stolen from homes or outbuildings, we wanted to bring our unique Hiplok problem-solving design approach to bike storage. Alongside our wearable bike locks and Z LOK security ties, we can now offer cyclists quality, practical secure storage products to help protect bikes at home, in the garage or at work.”
ANKR will be in-store February 2020 and available in a choice of colours. RRP £69.99 / €79.99 / $89.99.
For stockist information visit www.hiplok.com
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