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Randy said:
I am not sure I understand your post, you know the ignition is locked because the key is out, that's the only time it comes out I thought.
I'm not referring to locking the ignition. I'm referring to locking your bike to a a tree or a pole or using a disk lock through the wheel spokes. I put a little sticky loose leaf reinforcement over the doohickey that prevents access to the ignition.
 

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BobG wrote
I'm not referring to locking the ignition. I'm referring to locking your bike to a a tree or a pole or using a disk lock through the wheel spokes.
It's funny I missed that because I did forget to remove a disk lock on a different bike years ago,
but as soon as I got off the floor I remembered it . :(
I like your idea. :)
 

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Disk Locks reminders

Many bikers will use a small round magnet on the ignition lock to
remind them that they have a disk brake lock. I'm not even
sure if the magnet will stick to the Burgman ignition lock .

In any case, a reminder is useful to prevent a nasty crash.
 

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philtag6000 said:
There's no holes in the brake disc, so how do you use a disc lock? :?:

I use the kill switch (off position)to remind myself about the cable
lock on the front wheel.
The lock I use is not specifically a disc lock, it's a u-shaped Kryptonite lock that is large enough to fit over the tire and between the spokes.

Using the kill switch as a reminder wouldn't work for me because I always use it when I shut down.
 
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