Liteloks bend and flex, giving you more places to secure your bike compared with rigid D-locks.
Independently tested by Sold Secure, achieving their highest security rating: Sold Secure Bicycle Gold.
Click to Lock
Lock up your bike quickly with our click to lock system, no keys needed. Keys only used to open Litelok.
Easy to Carry
Many places to carry your Litelok while you ride. Along the top tube, bike frame or in a bag. You decide.
Join two Liteloks for double length. Or use separately for double security. Both use the same set of keys.
Watch Litelok Introduction
...a rather clever design that uses a flexible multi-layer material that’s been christened ‘Boaflexicore’. Having many layers means that the lock is able to withstand attack from pretty much all the tools your average [ thief ] might bring to bear yet still wrap round things unlike a clunky U-lock.
– Bike Radar
I really enjoyed using the LITELOK. It’s a lot tougher than it looks. It gives me loads more locking options when the bike racks are full. It’s really easy to carry. And it’s incredibly light for a high security lock
Someone tried to steal my bike but my @Litelok did not let them
Somebody tried to steal my bike but failed. Thanks @Litelok
...it was the innovative Litelok that impressed us the most. It’s got cool looks, a clever design and seems as tough as old boots.
– The Independent
Check out @Litelok for your bike security. Excellent Premium product & a nice Company to deal with
I am Professor Neil Barron, the founder and inventor of Litelok, a former Aeronautical Engineer (Rolls-Royce aero engines), designer and keen cyclist. After having several bicycles stolen on the streets of London, and fed up with having to carry around heavy bike locks, I thought there must be a way to create a high-security, lightweight bike lock. Many cyclists I spoke to agreed that it didn’t seem right that as bicycles were getting lighter and lighter, secure bike locks were getting heavier and heavier.
After years of research, development and testing, my team and I created and patented a new composite material called Boaflexicore. It is made of layers of innovative materials that keep Liteloks lightweight but difficult to cut or break. Each layer provides additional security, meaning it can withstand sustained attack from tools like cable cutters, bolt croppers, crowbars and hacksaws. The locking mechanism is made from hardened steel and is very difficult to pick. This is also patented.
In March 2015 we ran a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter, raising over £232,000. This helped turn the Litelok idea into a reality. I am incredibly thankful to our Kickstarter backers without whom we wouldn’t be here. We have built on this early success, now offering Liteloks all over the world, from our HQ in Wales, UK. Litelok Gold won Best Cycling Innovation at the 2016 London Cycling Campaign awards and was declared the Best Bike Lock in the foldable category by Cycling Plus in 2017.
I am delighted to announce that as of August 2017 we have secured a seven figure co-investment from Finance Wales and a syndicate of Business Angels. Supplemented by other early stage funding which came from the European Regional Development Fund, through the SMARTCymru programme, this investment will allow us to invest in high-tech manufacturing in South Wales, as well as sales, marketing and product development.
I believe passionately in Litelok. If you have any questions, you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, we are happy to help!
Prof. Neil Barron.