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Stolen Ride and Hexlox team on security collaboration - BikeBiz
Collaboration aims to grow awareness and help to tackle the issue of ‘bike-stripping’ in London

Stolen Ride and Hexlox have agreed a new security partnership.

The collaboration aims to grow awareness and help to tackle the issue of ‘bike-stripping’ in London by utilising the Hexlox products, which protect bike parts via a specially designed bolting system.

Stolen Ride founder Richard Cantle said: “Stolen Ride is focused on tackling all areas and sides of bicycle theft and I’m excited for the potential this new partnership with Hexlox holds.

"I have been following the Hexlox journey for some time and it was a very simple decision to decide to work with them. Not only do I want to protect bikes from being stolen, I want to ensure that individual bike parts are protected at the same time.”

Hexlox CEO Marcus Tonndorf added: “We really believe what Stolen Ride is working on makes a big difference. In this partnership we don’t only see a chance of helping Londoners protect their bikes, but also create a greater awareness that this problem actually is huge and needs tackling.

"We are confident that we can support Stolen Ride followers to protect their bike parts and get peace of mind when parking their bikes.”

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