Win a Mo­tor­cy­cle Safestor worth £1200!

Motorcycle News (UK) - - This Week -

Ac­cord­ing to the Na­tional Crime In­tel­li­gence Ser­vice, over £3mil­lion worth of bikes are stolen each year Ð so we’ve teamed up with Safestor to of­fer one lucky reader the chance to win a 7ftx9ft steel mo­tor­cy­cle stor­age unit worth £1200.

Made from gal­vanised steel, the unit is avail­able in three colours (brown, cream or green) and comes com­plete with a wide door open­ing and ramp Ð mak­ing it easy to wheel your bike in and out.

To help pro­tect your bike from theft, the Safestor comes with a five-point key en­try anti-pick and drill lock­ing sys­tem and an integrated me­tal floor. It also fea­tures a ven­ti­la­tion sys­tem, al­low­ing for a con­stant flow of fresh air Ð not just great for your bike, but for your gear and tools too.

Safestor of­fer a range of ac­ces­sories such as dif­fer­ent floor­ing op­tions, shelves, racks and hooks.

To find out more about Safestor visit their web­site at www.safe-stor.co.uk and enter the com­pe­ti­tion now for your chance to win at mo­tor­cy­cle­news.com/ win-a-safestor

Keep your bike safe

Ven­ti­la­tion sys­tem Al­low­ing fresh air to cir­cu­late re­duc­ing the pos­si­bil­ity of con­den­sa­tion. Solid gal­vanised steel con­struc­tion Mean­ing the store is built to last. Se­cure con­struc­tion All Safestor me­tal sheds are built from within, so you can’t ac­cess or see any bolts on the out­side of the unit, re­duc­ing the chance of weather dam­age and im­prov­ing se­cu­rity. Me­tal floor Safestor sheds have an integrated me­tal floor mak­ing the unit more sta­ble and even harder to break into. Low main­te­nance Once your Safestor shed is in­stalled it re­quires very lit­tle up­keep, com­pared to wooden sheds. Build it your­self Safestor me­tal sheds are easy and straight­for­ward to in­stall – it will only take a cou­ple of hours to build with no spe­cial­ist tools needed. 10-year war­ranty All the units are Bri­tish built and come with a 10-year war­ranty.

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