My bike was locked up next to it, which was probably pretty safe. It was certainly not the lowest hanging fruit for any passing bike thief that night.
This, on the other hand, was doomed to failure from the start.
Talking of locks, if you ever come back to your bike to find that a cheap frame has been “accidentally” locked to yours, beware. Thieves often do this so you’re forced to leave it overnight, then they come for it and break your lock.
A boy has had his £1,000 mountain bike stolen after teachers banned him from using their secure parking cage. He was forced to lock it outside with the rest of the kids.
The first question that springs to mind is, why the segregation? The second, why a £1,000 mountain bike to ride to school? [Scotsman]