Some products are so simple that you can grasp them at a single glance, and while the Muc-Off Secure AirTag Holder For Powersports may appear that way, a lot of thought clearly went into constructing it. Apple AirTags are little discs a tad bigger than a quarter that leverage the massive number of iPhones wandering around the streets to track an item’s location. I’ve been using AirTags in my luggage on international flights for a while and have been able to tell my airline where my bag was when I somehow found myself on a different continent from it. The idea is the same here: You mount the Muc-Off AirTag Holder on your bike, and it pings Apple’s servers with its location whenever an iPhone passes through its range. So, if your bike gets stolen, you may be able to supply police with an address to reclaim your property.
The creeps that steal motorcycles count on one thing when they are attempting to rip you off: They want to go unnoticed. Getting even the slightest glance from a passerby might be enough to stop them in their tracks and move on to an easier target. Back when I was a daily commuter with unsecured parking, I carried locks (front and rear) to protect my bike. After all, it was more than just my sole means of transportation; it was my pride and joy. When I received this Zovii Alarmed Grip Lock from the good folks at Aerostich, it made me reminisce about my misspent youth on motorcycles and some of the dicey places I occasionally parked my bike.
The locks you use to secure your motorcycle matter. Thieves are on the lookout for certain weaknesses, and they know what to look for. There are several things that criminals don’t want you thinking about because you could make their job a lot harder. So here is what you need to know to get the best of a thief who is looking at your motorcycle.
One of the problems with having such vast facilities here at the MO Media Publishing Center for World Domination and Pizza Delivery Service is that, every once in a while, something gets mislabeled and improperly filed by our Automated Product Testing Storage and Retrieval Processor. Such is the case with the Lockstraps products we’re reviewing here. Tucked away in the back, behind some crates of recycled megapixels and spare terabytes, we found a mysterious analog box in the strictly digital section of our warehouse.