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Disc locks are your first line of de­fence against opor­tunist thieves. They can’t match a chain but they will make it harder to roll your bike away – and alarmed ones will draw at­ten­tion. Here are five to con­sider…

Ox­ford Boss Disc Lock £44.99

When it comes to show­ing thieves who’s in charge, the Ox­ford Boss is one of the reign­ing cham­pi­ons. Plus, it’s Thatcham ap­proved thanks to its hard­ened cas­ing and unique dou­ble-lock­ing sys­tem.

Mam­moth Se­cu­rity Shackle Disc Lock £22.99

This nicely sized disc lock is small enough to be stashed un­der your seat. Thatcham ap­proved, it fea­tures an 11mm hard­ened shackle, tough steel body and a re­in­forced cylin­der.

Xena XX10 Alarm Disc Lock £54.99

With a 120db alarm con­tained in­side a ro­bust stain­less steel body, the Xena arms it­self 15 sec­onds af­ter be­ing locked and uses mo­tion sen­sors to deter­mine when it’s be­ing tam­pered with.

Gear Grem­lin Delta Chrome Disc Lock £22.99

This small and con­ve­nient disc lock gives you no ex­cuse not to carry se­cu­rity with you wher­ever you go. The im­pactre­sis­tant chrome body fea­tures a push-to-close 5.5mm shackle.

Mam­moth Heavy Duty Disc Lock £9.99

This ba­sic U-shaped lock may be enough to make bike thieves think twice about steal­ing your wheels, es­pe­cially if you use it with an­other form of se­cu­rity.

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